Have you got a drooler? A gusher? A saliva factory? When my son was a baby his mouth was like a tap you could never fully turn off. But Steffie’s discovered a solution (or, at least, a handy plug).
It’s cold. You turn up the thermostat. One room in your house feels nice and warm, but another never heats up (or gets too hot). What do you do?
Great idea, and likely more comfortable (and cheaper) than our old standby, a bag of frozen peas. Any other DIY ice pack ideas?
Jennie turned a wine bottle tote into a portable carsickness cleanup kit. She follows it up with a bit of preventative prep using Glad Press’n Seal wrap. IMPORTANT: Read safety warning on this post.
How can you possibly sum this photo up? Photo credit: ONE/Karen Walrond Before you can be happy, you have to be healthy. It sounds like a platitude you’d read in Chicken Soup for the Afflicted Soul, but I’m seeing it in the most literal way here in Ethiopia. Health — I’m talking basic health, the kind […]
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Here’s how Jennifer staved off the problem (for the next few pool visits at least).
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Dry winter air + constantly-damp thumbs = cracked, painful skin. Adam’s wondering what other parents have done to speed healing. Got any tips?