Tuesday, October 25, 2011

DO you have friends that constantly likes to compare their baby with yours?

I am not sure if you have a group of friends that have kids around your baby's age that constantly loves to compare their baby's development with yours?  At least I feel that's the case for me.  So, he's not walking yet?  He's almost 14 months?  Are you constantly carrying him around?  Are you this, are you that?  Maybe you should do this, you should do that?  I think each baby is different and will grow up different.  I am not concern that he is not walking after 1, I know he will eventually walk and will for the rest of his life, so, what's the hurry but I have people around me telling me what to do and what not to do and the funny part is, I have more kids, at least some of them have only 1 and I have 2 and coming on to the 3rd?  Yes, I hate it when people tell me what I should eat or do when I am pregnant.  I guess being a pregnant mama, sometimes I have mood swing and there was one day, I told this lady, actually, I think I know what to do since this is my 3rd pregnancy, would I know not better than you if you only had 1?  Sorry, I guess it may sound rude but I am just about to pull my hair out!

But... guess what?  Little Laynden started walking last week.  I just wanted to tell my little man that mama is so proud of you.  Good job!!!!

Our CD Baby Quality Control Manager!

I thought I'd share something cute and funny about baby Laynden.  A couple of weeks back, we had our shipment in, so, we had to count and separate it.  Little Laynden did not like to stay inside, so, we decided to bring him out so to help us.  

So, he decided to be our Cloth Diaper (CD) Baby Quality Control Manager, he took one by one out and started looking at the front, and then the back and he seem to have high quality standards, assuming that the ones he rejects, he throws on the floor?  

 Checking the front

 Checking the back

After checking for many hours, the Baby Quality Control Manager went back home for dinner and was too tired to do anything else after that.

Good night CD Baby Quality Control Manager!!!

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Quote:  I copied the article from this link from People Magazine's website .

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Jessica Alba's Body After Baby Secret: A Girdle

Wednesday February 04, 2009 06:55 PM EST
Jessica Alba's Body After Baby Secret: A Girdle
Jessica Alba
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Jessica Alba wants the world to know her body after baby secret – and it has nothing to do with celery sticks or crunches at the gym.

"I wore a girdle," the actress, 28, tells the March issue of
Elle. "Eight weeks after my girlfriend had her baby, you could see her six-pack. She told me to put an elastic band around my waist – any kind of band or girdle works."

Adds Alba, "I didn't recover as fast as she did. I don't have a six-pack – that's just not my body at all."

The actress confesses that she tried working out to get in shape for a
calendar shoot, but quickly gave it up.

"[The workouts] were horrible," she tells the magazine. "I cried. And I haven't worked out since."

What wasn't so tough for the Fantastic Four star? Surprisingly, childbirth itself.

"Contractions aren't that bad," she says. "If you've ever had bad cramps? That's what they're like. But that moment when they put the baby on your chest – that's deep. It's a deep experience."

Actually, tears have been a somewhat common occurrence for the
new mother, especially when she is away from daughter, Honor.

"This is the first time I've been away from her," Alba tells Elle. "It's been six days. It sucks; it's the worst thing ever. But we Skype, so I can see her on video. The worst is when you can see her little chubby hands grab the screen, and I'm not there."

The magazine reported that the actress began welling up at the memory.

"That's a new thing – I never cried before," she says. "Just being a mother is making me a big, weepy mess."

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