My parents rarely drive my kids anywhere. Sometimes if they are babysitting we leave them the car and they drive the 2 blocks down to McDonalds and last year we left for 3 days but I don't think they took them too far. I don't think I would feel safe having FIL drive them since his eye sight is bad.View Thread
I never wanted a home birth - actually the whole pain of delivery scared me and I certainly took the Epi as soon as it was offered. But ended up w/ a c/s anyway. There was no chance they would have let me deliver DD (too many potential health issues). Of course I ended up with polyhydramnios (too much amniotic fluid) and had her 3 1/2 weeks early. I think I would be too worried about things going wrong to have a home birth. I am sure it is for some people but not me. Of course I am done having kids so not an issue.View Thread
We use the Coppertone Sport on everyone but DD. She has extremely sensitive skin (and eczema) and the only one I can find that doesn't give her problems is by California Baby. It actually sits on top of her skin rather than being absorbed into it. It is kind of expensive at $17 a tube but one tube usually lasts us all summer.View Thread
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