OK, it's been bugging me since yesterday that the pic I posted was so darn pixely on my screen. So I found these that I'm hoping are more clear. Plus, LO is so cute in them! The first is when we visited the Aquarium of the Pacific and the second is when we visited Disneyland. Happiest place on earth? LO begs to differ! (Actually, she had a great time, but this was taken at the end of the day.)
My mom got a subscription for Lila at Christmastime - she love it! You're right - it's nice that the pages are sturdy. Also nice that you don't have to worry about it getting destroyed like you would with a regular book!View Thread
Happy to help! And, just to clarify, I wouldn't normally use the word "crunchy" to describe the type of parenting that The Pump Station endorses or - if I may be so bold as to say - that you and I seem to practice. Here in LA, it's very mainstream.
(Just yesterday, I went to a co-ed baby shower where almost all of the babies were being worn in carriers, and I had a conversation with a dad whose wife took their 5-month-old on a business trip because the baby was nursing and couldn't be separated from her mother. Everyone nodded and agreed that they'd do the same - as did I.)
I just used "crunchy" as a way to translate for anyone who lives in an area where it isn't as widely practiced.View Thread
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