Keep the baby out of the dog’s dishes and the dog from chewing the baby’s toys. It’s a win-win situation.
Today’s the last day of March say it’s very appropriate. I played my St. Pat’s playlist for the last time this morning, even though the decorations are all put away.
Didn’t happen in my time. Only my husband was there. However, I’m now the grandmother of 6 and not a single birthing video was made. There’s a time to be there in real time and not watching from the other side of a camera.
Not nearly as good as the strip and the voices are wrong. However, if you’re so inclined, you could watch several FBOFW episodes with this web address.
Very true but those bystanders and breathing coaches are so important.
Especially for the people living in places like New York City where the women are giving birth in the hospitals while their husbands sit at home. It’s not the men’s faults but try telling that to the women giving birth alone except for the medical personnel. Birthing mothers are not known as being logical.
Ours all had bells. Half the fun is that bell.
I did that with note cards in grad school. The information on them did not soak into my brain but it kept me from sleeping much as I kept waking up to study the cards.
My husband’s always trying to use up something in the fridge saying “We might as well use this up”. Problem is, I have that item in the fridge for a purpose and will have to go back and buy more if he uses it up. However, if the grandkids could come over, all that whipped cream would be gone in a jiffy and they wouldn’t need the pumpking pie!
Cats don’t seem to notice discomfort. I had one who’s favorite place was my leg cast.