Peter recently outgrew his infant car seat that we got secondhand and I spent a while researching our options for a “convertible” seat (works for rear-facing infants and forward-facing children usually up to 65 or 70 pounds). It’s very important for babies to remain rear-facing at least up to 12 months old so we needed […]
…cause I can’t decide. I’ve sat on it for a week now and I’m no closer to a decision.
Ins and outs Since the previous month, I had been suspicious about some changes in Peter’s stools (but had been told not to worry, and that it was just because of excess saliva from teething). When he got worse the only change I could think of was that he was often nursing in shorter bursts. […]
EC at night (with a little background) When I was pregnant, I planned to use a crib because I didn’t even realize there was another option. We bought a mini crib second hand and an organic co-sleeper mattress to fit it (odd that I didn’t even think about what the name meant at the time!). […]
Peter was almost 3 months old when I last wrote about how we’re doing with EC. Since it’s been another 3 months, I thought it was time for an update. I’m feeling kind of long winded, so here’s the 3 to 4 months old update.
I went to baby Gap the other day and bought this sleep gown. We were handed down a bunch of newborn and 3 month size gowns and loved them because they make nighttime pottying (or diaper changing) simple. They’re not easy to find in sizes above 6 months, so I was really excited when I saw […]