I have really enjoyed using cloth diapers with Dylan, and I want to pass that love onto you. This page gives you an overview of information about cloth diapering and points you towards a lot of other great resources so you can dive in and learn as much as you want. Let me know if […]Continue Reading... 11 Comments.
The book Raising Baby Green: The Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Care gave me so much material to rant about, I broke it up into two parts. If you’re ready for another dose, here’s part two.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Lately, I’ve been perusing the pregnancy section of the library. I came across Raising Baby Green: The Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Care. I’m not really looking for any guidance on “green” topics, but it is a topic I care about, and I figured I could at least review it for LoveLiveGrow. Plus, in the meantime, I might learn a thing or two.
Instead of any education or pleasure, though, all I got out of this book were frustration, anger, and incredulous sputters.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This past year at The Wallow, I’ve been much, much better about taking cloth bags. When I bring groceries in and empty the bags, I hang the bags on the doorknob, so it’s easy to remember to take them back out to the car. Still, sometimes I would forget them in the house, or be taking the truck instead and forget to get them out of the car.
I realized recently that forgetting to bring the bags reveals my true values. I mean, I never forget my keys. I never forget the money. These are essential to the grocery store trip, and I apparently didn’t consider cloth bags essential.Continue Reading... 4 Comments.