Category Archives: Nursery
There are a lot of misconceptions about the reality of using cloth diapers, a practice that both Wendy and I followed and which we both found to save us a considerable amount of money over the years.
If you’re trying to decide whether cloth diapering is right for your family, in this post I’ve debunked some of the myths you may have heard about using cloth diapers: Continue reading
I started to write about cloth diapers, and realized things would go better for everyone if we were all on the same page, vocabulary-wise. So here’s a list of diaper-centric vocabulary, and a cute picture of a homemade diaper! Continue reading
When Wendy told me seven years ago that she intended to cloth diaper her son, I remember thinking, “What an interesting idea! Good Luck, Dear Friend!”
Okay, that’s what I said. What I thought was, “ohmigod eww ewww gross no way!”. Thankfully, I didn’t say what I was thinking. Four years later, when I was expecting… Continue reading
Libraries are home to so much more than books, and they’re – what’s that word again? Oh yeah – free. Here are a few of the things I love about my local library. Continue reading
Okay, so baby leggings is a misnomer – these are really just wonderful little tubes of stretchy fabric that have a variety of uses. Best of all, they take about ten minutes to make and cost about a dollar when you make them from a pair of regular ladies’ knee socks. Continue reading