Hello everyone! When I was pregnant with my youngest baby, my husband and I decided that he would share a room with his brother. We have 3 boys. Our oldest who will be turning 8 in a few weeks, a 2 year old and a 4 month old. We felt like it would be better to put the younger ones together and let our oldest child keep a room to himself. At least for a while.
Now this is kind of embarrassing but I always try to do a before and after picture. So here is the before picture........
I couldn't handle the chaos anymore! It wasn't organized, it was hard to find things. I had to move things around to find things. And yes I even bought diapers once when I thought I ran out, only to later find a pack in the closet that was hiding.
So I decided to do something about it.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Saturday, September 6, 2014
I recently started using cloth diapers. One problem I ran into was we used huggies wipes. Don't get me wrong, they are great when you're using disposable diapers. But what do you do with them if you're using cloth diapers?
So I did some research and this is what I found..... You can make your own reusable cloth wipes at home.
Are these not the cutest things you've ever seen? I love how cute these cloth diapers are. We use both cloth and disposable for the simple fact that I do not want to carry around a dirty diaper in the diaper bag, and I do not want to wash them out in public. We use them at home mostly through out the day. We use disposable at night and when running errands.
My main problem with cloth diapers was how on earth do you organize them?
Thursday, September 4, 2014
I just recently started making my own baby food. To be honest we still buy some, but are thinking about switching over to all homemade. My main reason is because I've read a lot about recalls on baby foods for finding foreign objects such as glass, etc.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
I love when corn on the cob goes on sale at the store. I personally love corn on the cob better than store bought canned corn. It just tastes better. The problem is, that corn is only in season for so long and then we have to wait until the next season. Well.... Here is how you can have corn on the cob all year round.