a homeschooling family of six making it work in 900 square feet.
This is actually really comforting to me. I'm sure most women don't list diapers among their reasons they are afraid to have children, but it's honestly something I worry about. When I've had to change my nephews diaper, etc... I really do feel like I'm going to be sick. I literally gag and practically dry heave the entire time. Good to know that it's possible that my baby's poop probably won't be AS revolting.
I wish I fell into that category. I don't know what it is but I swear Ricardo has the smelliest poop of any kid I've ever met on the face of the earth. I'm sure all my mom friends would agree on this too. We used to think it was because he had to drink this special formula when he was a baby that was absolutely revolting. However, he's 2 now and the stench of his poop is still atrocious. Perhaps it means I should give him up for adoption?
PS I was thinking about you tonight. Hope your baby's learning to sleep thru the night already! :)
I was always OK with Micah's diapers up until just recently. Good heavens, it is the worst!! Maybe it's the next step in motivating me to get that kid onto a toilet?
I just stopped by to see how you and your children are doing. Let us know when you have a chance!
Dang it all, this PROBABLY won't help me if I adopt. But then, I am not a big BABY person anyway, so maybe I will adopt them potty trained anyway. Hmmm...