Six Weeks

Ahhhh… life with “the baby.”

Our family has a baby. And he is positively yummy.

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It’s been so cold in Houston that I have not gotten the chance to get any outdoor shots of him. Boo.

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The best place to shoot inside the house is in the master bedroom… so this is where we have been hanging out.



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In case you were wondering, he is wearing gDiapers. I was really put off by the thought of the zillions of diapers he would end up using in his lifetime taking 500 years to decompose in a landfill, so I started researching cloth diapers before he was born. There are so many options out there! I finally settled on these hybrids- they can be full on cloth diapers or parts of them can be flushed/composted/ or thrown away (the throw away part is biodegradable unlike traditional diapers.) A bonus is that they are SO stinkin’ CUTE!  There are a lot of pros and cons to hybrid diapers and I would be more than happy to chat with anyone interested in my experience!

I am trying very heard to live with the mantra – “Be Inconvenienced” – when it comes to the environment.  I.e.- it’s OK to be a little bit inconvenienced if it means making our earth a little bit cleaner, safer, and healthier.

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Back to work before it’s baby holding time again (the dude likes to be held. A LOT).

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