Category: Baby

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Cloth Diapering on a Budget

So we have been cloth diapering Reese since she was around two months old. We chose to use disposable diapers while she fit into newborn and size 1. The main reason behind that is I didn’t want to have to buy newborn size cloth diapers that we would need a ton of, and I would be washing all the time. If you have never had a baby or newborn, they pee a lot, and lots of times tiny amounts. However, you don’t want them in their own pee or poo otherwise they will get diaper rashes so we went through...

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Day in the Life Post 4

Life changes so often with a baby/toddler as they age. Here is another Day in the Life post of what our schedule looks like with a 15 month old kid. 6:20am – Wake up, Reese slept in. Bring her into our room as we all cuddle. Try to get grant to wake up. 6:40am – Change Reese’s diaper and offer her milk in sippy cup. 6:50am – Grant showers while I make breakfast and Grant’s lunch since I made Reese’s the night before. Start washing a load of diapers. 7:15am – Grant is ready for work, and we say good...

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Reese’s Thirteen Month Update

Reese’s Thirteen Month Update – The stats for these posts are taken on the day Reese turned 13 months old, but all of the information and content is everything up until the point she turns 13 months old. (5/11/16-6/11/16)

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Reese’s Twelve Month Update

Reese’s Twelve Month Update – The stats for these posts are taken on the day Reese turned 12 months old, but all of the information and content is everything up until the point she turns 12¬†months old. (4/11/16-5/11/16)

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Favorite Baby Products

There are so many baby products out there these day that are wonderful! Some are a little unnecessary in my opinion,but some make raising a baby a lot easier. My Mother-in-Law and Mother were both impressed and slightly jealous at some of the amazing products out there that we have at our disposal. Grant and I also tried to stay on the side of less stuff rather than all of the extras. We didn’t want to spend a ton of money on our kids, and we didn’t want to have to store all of the stuff between kids. So here...