Hi friends! It’s Tamara here! Something you may not know about me is that before I became a Mother, I was a Nanny!
In my 12 years in the Childcare Profession I cared for children varying in age from 0-9 years, with the majority of my charges were between the ages of 0-4 years old. So it goes without saying that I have helped to potty train my fair share of young children. I am here today to share my best Potty Training Tips with you!
I’d like to introduce you to an amazing organization whose mission is to help these families– The Cloth Option.
Check out Mohammed’s video talking about the donation given to The Cloth Option as a result of our Baby Do Good Program. If you’re not familiar, for every 3 diapers customers purchase, Lil Helper is able to donate 1 diaper! AMAZING!!!
I was very fortunate to chat with Board of Directors Chair, Sadie Cora! Learn all about this incredible group, the work they’re doing and how you can get involved below.
Hey y’all, it’s Jess again with some fun tips for all of you!
Let me start by saying that I know how hard communication can be. Please note that this is not some magic recipe and may not work for you. This is merely a suggestion to help you get started with communication or find a way that will work for you!
1. Communication hour
This one may be a bit hard to understand at first but bear with me.
My husband and I started communication hour about 6 months into my pregnancy. I was so emotional and spending a lot of time alone as my husband is in the military.
If you’re like me, then the thought of putting together the perfect changing station for your baby is totally overwhelming.
Are you sure you have everything you’ll need? Will your storage solution work? What if you need more space than the changing table gives you? Cloth diapering is amazing, but it does take up a bit more space than using disposables does. How will you find a table that can fit all of your diapers?