It seems this blog is, like, helpful to people. I’m a finalist for a SocialLuxe BlogLuxe award in the Blog I’ve Learned the Most From category! How exciting! Thank you so much for nominating me and voting for me to help me get there. Now the final decision is up to the judges, and I think I need to prove to them how Baby Rabies is actually a blog you can learn things from, not just a place where you can laugh at my mis-adventures with poop.
Let’s see… well, we all know that I’ve shown you how to make the most fantastic Rocket Ship cake, right? Okay, okay, seriously. I *have* taught you all the importance of reading labels on medicine bottles so as not to exceed the daily recommended dosage of Tums while pregnant. You’ve learned what it was really like to have a med-free birth, from my point of view, and all the scary stuff that comes after it that nobody tells you about. I’ve made it clear why I think Always pads are the devil. Mae will tell you I saved her life by telling her about playing static on the radio and downloading vacuum and hairdryer noises from Itunes for colicky babies while in the car. I was also very upfront and honest about our breastfeeding battle over the course of 13 months.
I’ve gone on quite a bit about our decision to cloth diaper and all the fascinating details that go with. I let you all in on what made me want to ban chicken nuggets from my family’s diet and start our own little food revolution. I explained my decision to turn Kendall’s car seat back to rear facing a little bit longer.
But I’m not entirely sure if all of that is what people have learned from me, from this blog, and I’d really love to hear from you if I’ve left something out. If you voted for me as a “Blog I’ve Learned the Most From,” I’d love to know why. And THANK YOU, again, for the support. I love, love, love my readers.