One of my favorite things about weekends is our ability to stretch out into the day a bit more than usual. Weekdays can be frenzied and rushed, a mix of playdates and commitments and the general juggling act of dinner-on-table-in-twenty-minutes-or-less.
This past weekend, we all slowed a bit – pausing for impromptu playground swinging and flushed cheeks and dirty feet. And when the clock struck 4 p.m., I asked Bee if she wanted to come in to help me cook dinner.
It is official! Spring is in the air. Now is the time to take your little one outside to enjoy the beauty of spring! Our favorite thing to do in weather like this to go to the park, play, and go for a walk. Let Disney Baby help you to make your baby’s day out a breeze!
Like many parents, Friday nights are my chance to unwind from the busy week. I put my phone and my computer away, put my pajamas on soon after I put my girls down for bed, and love to lay in my bed and relax. Sometimes that’s hard to do with a baby, especially one that doesn’t have a routine yet.
Easter, our first holiday with Soren kinda sneaked up on us! We got up early for church, had lunch with our family and managed to squeeze in a quick photo of the three of us. I kinda felt bad about not doing anything special, we didn’t buy him a fun outfit or get him anything Easter related…we started off the holiday just like we would have if it was just the two of us.
We are a cloth diapering family. We’ve used cloth with our first two children and plan on doing so with Margot, too. But, we always wait a few weeks to start cloth for a few different reasons. 1) Cloth diapers aren’t very accommodating to the umbilical cord stub. While it’s still attached, you’ve got to be careful that it doesn’t get rubbed. 2) Newborns need about a million diapers a day, and quite frankly, I’m not ready to do laundry that often just yet. 3) Cloth diapers (even the smallest ones) are often too big for newborn babes. That being said, we LOVE our Huggies Little Snugglers for our newborn. Here’s why…