Yesterday, I learned a lesson that you’d think I would have learned a long, long time ago. Never leave home without the diaper bag. Never. Caleb is 14 months old, so you’d think I would have learned this lesson long ago. Maybe even in the first month of his life? During those first few months […]
I had never changed a diaper until Caleb was born and I got to change his first diaper. He pissed on me. Since then, I think I’ve gotten the hang of it. I no longer attempt to use pee-pee teepees. I can handle the shitty diapers. I’m used to the smell of poop, though it […]
Alright. So, it’s time to get honest about diapers. Sarah and I had thought a lot about diapers before Caleb came along…I asked for advice here on this blog and on Facebook & Twitter, and Sarah did a TON of research into all the available options when it came to disposables/cloth/hybrids/etc. We eventually settled on […]
A few nights ago I had a dream. It was the first “baby dream” I’ve had, and…well, it was a little scary. In the dream, the baby was crying, Sarah was saying, “It’s YOUR turn. GO get him” and I was walking over to the crib, picking him up, and just holding him, staring into […]
A few weeks ago I posted a poll about diapers. I wanted to get a feel for what folks were doing when it came to diapers, whether people were going solely cloth, or disposable. There were some really good and helpful comments on the post about diapers and the pros and cons of both kinds, […]
So – obviously I’m going to need to be a fast-learned with twins on the way – but I have never changed a diaper. Yup, not afraid to admit that. But I’m really not too worried – after all, I have YouTube!
Sarah and I talked a bit tonight about diapers. Sarah’s mom, Karen, sent us a copy of the The Eco-nomical Baby Guide: Down-to-Earth Ways for Parents to Save Money and the Planet. Sarah was reading the parts about diapers and she started talking about cloth diapers. Hmmm. Cloth diapers. Yay…..I actually know that cloth diapers […]