I just got home from a 5:30 Opening Night screeening of the new animated feature Sing!- and gals, let me tell you. The Rosita Pig character was so incredibly relatable that I found myself tearfully fist-bumping the air in solidarity.
As my cloth diapering venture into Wool Covers deepens, I have to say that I’m in love with this method of cloth diapering. Basically, this is how humanity has diapered its babies for centuries. An absorbent cloth diaper, covered in lanolin-rich wool pants. And it works! The concept is simple, Sheep naturally secrete lanolin onto their wool, which protects them from rain and snow. Essentially, by lanolizing the inside of the wool diaper covers, you are trapping the moisture inside.
A detailed review of Disana Wool Diaper Covers as used on a 1 month old boy for overnight leak protection.
If you have read the popular book The Wonder Weeks then you are already hip to the awesomeness of Predicted Mental Leaps in your baby’s development. But did you know there is a handy app for that too? It is available for Android and Apple devices and you don’t want to wait another minute before downloading. Well, maybe wait a few minutes so you can read my review!
The Boba 4G is a Soft Structured Carrier suitable for 7-45lbs and comes in a sturdy, but comfortable, Canvas material in a variety of Patterns. This particular pattern is called Wear All The Babies and is grey with orange highlights. It retails for $162.95 but there are less expensive prints available, and this was a limited edition print. A Soft Structured Carrier (or SSC) contains buckles and straps which make it very easy to use. The Boba 4G has padded shoulder straps and is adjustable in 4 different places. It fits everyone in my family (a plus sized mama, my slim 12 year…
Yay! I’m very excited to be finally trying out our new Funky Fluff LUX diapers! I bought 3 stay dry shells and one bamboo system in the new LUX line from Lagoon Baby. I also bought a pack of deLUX inserts and some Hemp Boosters.
I am well into my 3rd month of cloth diapering and I still can’t get over how awesome it is. I sure wish I had started sooner. Even my husband is on board. His input has been really valuable and he and I have come up with a “Husband’s Choice” favourite cloth diaper system.