I must say I love cloth diapering. I was a bit confused in the beginning because it seemed like Lola was just wet all of the time. Truth be told, I thought she was sweating in them and even wrote a post about the fact that Costa Rica was too hot for cloth diapering. I [...]
I thought I would get her rolling over on video, but apparently the whole process wore her out. Lola you crack me up!
Alex Cuba at Stubb’s “Que Pasa Lola” | Austin Vida (by AustinVida) Out of all the songs with the name Lola in them, I think I’ll sing this one to her instead. Good find Mom. :)
So while I’ve caught the post-roll from Lola on camera, I had yet to see her roll over myself…that was until this morning. My mother and I were hanging out in Lola’s room while Lola was happily playing on her playmat. Then we noticed her starting to do this weird head tuck thing and we [...]
nprfreshair: On today’s Fresh Air, how industrial farming destroyed the tasty tomato…and why we’re partially responsible, says Barry Estabrook: “It’s the price we pay for insisting we have food out of season and not local. We foodies and people in the sustainable food movement chant these mantras ‘local, seasonable, organic, fair-trade, sustainable’ and they almost [...]
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