Cloth diapers is a term that dredges up pooey visions for my mother and her generation. We have entered a new era, now, in cloth diapering! It’s easy, cheap, and less pooey. Find out why I love cloth diapers!
My mother-in-law was a bit shocked when I said I would like to cloth diaper my baby. She had flashbacks to plastic pants, pins and poopy prefolds soaking in the toilet. After a bit of explaining and a few pictures I was able to show her how easy and cheap cloth diapering can be.
When the phrase “Don’t lose your identity” is used, it implies that you should only find your identity where society deems acceptable. Any other identity is ‘forced’ on you. You are accused of settling for less than your potential. Let me share why I lost my identity, willingly.
It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, I always find it beneficial to stop. Take a look at my finances. See where I’m spending frivolously. And do a self-imposed no spend challenge. It’s time for me to do one right now!
To some, Mother’s Day is a day of spoiling and relaxing. These ladies can kick back and be waited on all day by their husband and children. To others it is a day of stinging pain. A day forced on them by Hallmark and other cheesy greeting card companies. These ladies perhaps can’t have children, or they’ve never found Mr. Right, or perhaps they have bad memories of their own mother. If you find yourself in the latter camp, I’d like to show you that you can celebrate this Mother’s Day.