Hey y’all! It’s Jess! I am back and loaded with lots of info for all of you!
Let’s talk friends. Specifically, let’s talk MOM friends.
I have always had lots of friends. I could make friends sitting at the airport. In fact, that IS how I made one of my best friends.
I had NO idea what making MOM friends would be like. I just assumed they would all hear I had a baby and come line up at my door with muffins and play date invitations. That happens right?
My name is Tamara and I like to save money! In fact, saving money is one of the primary reasons why I started cloth diapering in the first place. I have been cloth diapering for about 1 year now, and I’ve discovered how to save even more money when cloth diapering!
The Hardest Part
For me, the hardest part was the guilt.
There are so many feelings of guilt around Postpartum Depression.
Bringing a new baby into this world is supposed to be a blessed time full of happiness. So, when you feel anything but blessed and happy, guilt is often inevitable.
I didn’t deal with postpartum depression with my first, at all. With my second I only had a mild case of baby blues the first couple of weeks. So, when I was struggling with severe depression after the birth of my third baby, the guilt over feeling less joy for him ate at me.
Cloth Diapers Leaving Marks on Your Baby’s Skin?
Your little needs a diaper change.
You play with baby happily as you prepare them for a diaper change.
You have everything set up and begin the diaper change process.
As you open the cover, your face drops.
These Darn Red Marks!
You feel horrible thinking that maybe your baby’s diaper was hurting them. Don’t worry!! We are here to help you determine what is normal and what is not when it comes to leg marks. And what to do to ensure your baby’s diaper fit is not too tight.