a. What do you need? b. Do you want me to take that diaper for you? c. Should I hold his arms? d. Im only here if he squirms away from you. Okay?Baby #2 sounds more like this:
a. Hey honey, you want a coffee? or b. Where is Cooper? Oh, there he is, outside on the swing set all by himself.
NOTE: the screaming is like soothing ambient noise.6. Leaving the house with one, after a while becomes easy. Leaving with two has become a chore. Thank god its summer and not winter. THANK GOD. 7. Changing a newborns diaper scared me at first. To avoid the duty all together I came up with a plan, I quickly changed my tune about asking Cooper who he wants to change him and I now volunteer myself, adamantly. 8. The zone defense we used to run is now man to man. At times, its a two on one, where one of us is outnumbered. This new dynamic really changes how I view their nap time. 9. For those that have read my old posts, my stroller game is on point. Our double stroller is money; however, I almost had a meltdown in my driveway yesterday when I struggled to fit it in the trunk of our car. 10. Last but not least, buying two sets of diapers is painful.
With babyproofing, it's not a question of whether, but when. But should it be? We'll look at just one type of babyproofing gear: outlet covers.
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