July 8, 2010
to Lily proof the crib!
Lily can now easily stand up and walk all around her crib. (while holding on of course)
She also really enjoys eating her crib. (like she does everything else).
I think it’s time to get some of
Don’t let her face fool you, daddy’s little angel is up to no good!
daddy’s little angel. Lily wears a onesie that was a gift
April 2, 2010
With Lily’s food choices growing, storage for it is key!
Food Cubes from Diapers.com are the perfect food containers to keep Lily’s food well refrigerated and easy to grab when on the run.
Easy? It’s a “Must”!
March 17, 2010
It took many different diaper trials, leaks and messy, runny spills but we finally found them!
We had been using the
Pampers Baby Dry and we liked them, they did the job. We never had any leaks or runny spillsÂ however, they always had that funny “Pamper” smell.
Then, this week we finally decided to try the last one on the list. We finally ordered the
Huggies Pure&Natural diapers from Diapers.com.
They are wonderful! They last all through the night without leaking. There have been no messy, runny spills but, since Lily started eating food, there are no runny poops anymore. There are solid poops now! (I would take a picture but everything has its limits, no? ;))
Huggies Pure&Natural are just what they say they are. Pure&Natural! They are made of organic cotton, they are hypoallergenic, they have aloe and vitamin E, no funny scents, no dyes, they are soft! And….with the exception of the faint Winnie The Pooh print, they are almost all white. Isn’t that what a diaper is supposed to be, white?
YAY! We have finally found them. The
Huggies Pure&Natural win. The diaper war is officially over.
For now anyway. 😉
Here is a happy Lily in her Huggies Pure&Natural.
March 16, 2010
YES! I do! I got more milk than I know what to do with these days.
Since Lily started eating food, I had to start pumping because otherwise my breasts felt like they were going to burst but also, instead of water, I put my breast milk in her rice cereal…YUMMY!
Before giving birth, my friend Sara lent me her
Medela breast pump and let me tell you, it’s a life saver or should I say, a breast saver!
I just ordered more of the
Medela Pump&Save breast milk bags from Diapers.com because I filled up every bottle and the few milk bags I had in the house.
It really is true what they say. The more you pump, the more milk you produce. When I first started pumping, I would only get 2oz from each breast. But now…. I get as much as almost 6oz from each one.
Can you say MOOOOOOOOOOOOO? 😉