Monday, August 23, 2010
Here is my take on it. (this is my opinion because well, its MY blog)
Some people do things in life that you don't agree with, so just ignore them. If I have a problem with what you do, then I am not gonna send you a nasty email I am just gonna go away from you. This person who I am not gonna name because well that is not my place. I think just has a cup that is running over. I feel like she is going through a rough time with her grandfather not doing well and is just angry at the world. I think that she just directed her anger and emotions all into this one email. I think she really is a good person that deep down just had her meltdown and now it is coming back to bite her. I can understand that it is hard to lose someone that you love so much and it is natural to get angry. I also feel that she lashed out at someone that she shouldn't have and now it has caused a big blow up. I think that she should apologize for the terrible things that were said and just step up and admit that the things that she said are her opinions and that just because we don't believe the same things she does, does not make either of us right or wrong. I am praying for her and her family. I am no longer gonna dwell on this and am gonna move on:)
Sunday, August 22, 2010
- I will breastfeed when my baby is hungry. If I am in a restaurant, WalMart, the library, anywhere.
- I will not deny my baby the right to eat just because YOU don't like it. If you don't like it go away and don't watch. I will not just bust out my booby and show it to you. I will do it covered up and appropriately.
- We are not 5 anymore and when you are feeding a baby they are not a "private part" anymore, more like an all you can eat buffet.
- There are laws that allow me to breastfeed anywhere that I am usually allowed to be.
- I am saving over $1,500 per year because I am breastfeeding.
- I am lowering my risk of Type 2 diabetes, breast and ovarian cancer, and postpartum depression
- Breastfeeding mothers miss less work due to sick children which leads to a more productive workforce.
- Also, if 90% of families breastfed exclusively for only 6 months, we could prevent nearly 1,000 infant deaths.
I completely understand that breastfeeding is not for everyone. Everyone is entitled to make their own decisions. I am for what is best for you and your baby in your certain circumstances. However, I have chose to breastfeed and it is working well for me and my baby. Please do not send me messages about how you don't agree with what I have chosen. I am a grown adult and if you don't like my decision then keep your nose out of my business and in your own. You moved away from here because no one liked you and well, to be honest nothing about that has changed. I am now going to get off the soap box and snuggle my kiddos, oh yeah and nurse Easton:) Have a good night!!
Thursday, July 29, 2010
I had to leave and come get ready for the doctor. I got home like 1:30pm right before our 2:15pm appointment clean us all up and pre medicate the 2 girls that don't know whats coming. Out the door we go. I got there on time. They check E's ear that was clear and then weighed him- 20lbs 3.5 ozs. I have never been so proud, but anywho. Then he does the unthinkable. He filled his diaper with the most horrific smelling poop ever. I go digging through the diaper bag and can't find A SINGLE WIPE. So then come his 2 nurses and 2 trays with a combined 5 shots. I apologize for the odor and tell them that I would change him but I have 0 wipes and don't want to leave it for them to smell the rest of the day. They give Callie her 2 first because Tori has hidden and then on to Tori. They finish with all of that DRAMA and come back with a diaper sack and some wipes. They tell me to put it in the trash can and that they will not use that exam room for the rest of the afternoon. So, by the time that I left I was completely beside myself. I hope that you have now laughed uncontrollably at my expense and that no one has to experience this ever again. Have to run but have a wonderful week:)
Friday, June 25, 2010
Friday, January 8, 2010
The girls are just loving their baby budder Easton. It is so precious to see how much the girls take care of him. Callie can hear him grunting from a mile away. It has even been so bad that she is waking up at 2AM when he does. He doesn't cry just grunt and she can hear him from her bedroom. It is so funny. She doesn't cry either just wakes up and says where my budder is. Precious!!! How can you get ill at that even if it is 2AM??? Tori just wants to tote him around. We are having to be really careful about that because whatever she does Callie wants to do. Ok, Prince Charming is calling so I have to run. Have a blessed weekend!!!