Monthly Archives: December 2008

Santa Claus has stolen my baby!  In his place he left me with an honest to goodness little boy.  One that can pull up and take steps while pushing his new wagon.  Did Santa think I wouldn’t notice that this new model  is quicker and more daring than my floor bound baby?  This little boy […]

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Don’t you just love all the great deals you can find right now since our economy has gone down the shitter?  Of course, the downside is that most people can’t even afford the really good deals because…well.. the economy has gone down the shitter.  Either way, just had to do a drive by blog post […]

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Congratulations to Cathy and Ron in Colorado!  They are expecting their first baby in May and are “thrilled to win and be able to sample a lot of different products”.  They’ve been planning on cloth diapering, and now they will have an excellent start.  I will keep you all updated on their cloth diapering experiences […]

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I have this “formal” room at the front of our new house.  Of course, we really have no use for anything “formal” these days, so it’s served various other roles since moving in.  First it was a storage room for all the boxes we needed to unpack, then it was a staging room for all […]

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It worked!  Well, I guess I should say it’s working.  After speed reading some key chapters in Dr. Ferber’s book last week, we started implementing the modified version of crying it out this weekend.  After just a couple days, I slept for 8.5 hours, pretty much uninterrupted, for the first time last night in I […]

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This is a post that’s been months in the making and I’m so freaking happy to finally be able to publish it. It all began after the two posts I made on our cloth diapering experience (here and here). I was amazed at the response and interest, and have used those posts many times since […]

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I was asked this in a previous post, so allow me to answer.  I believe in the power of sleep.  I cherish it and think it is a vital part of a healthy life.  I also believe that preventing someone from sleeping is a form of torture and that willingly preventing yourself from sleeping is […]

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As if you couldn’t tell from pictures, he relishes meal time, and while his love for the boob still remains, he’s slowly growing accustomed to the joys of solid foods that are not produced by my super calorie burning mammary glands (seriously, I will be in the market for a personal trainer and gym membership […]

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