Jeongmin's "windmill" arms--working it!
My brain is slowly adjusting to mommy life and the inevitable "Mommy Brain" that results from the sleeping in spurts, the never fully stopping with the baby care (even when I'm sleeping or when putting him down for a moment), the obsessing and mooning over my new little man like some love-struck preteen. I'm starting to feel more relaxed and comfortable with caring for Jeongmin. It helps that babies get a little easier each week. He's sleeping longer and having more regular patterns. He's also started getting more fun and alert at playtime.
Sporting the cloth diapers, and waving hello to his fans.
This week, I finally completed my cloth diapering stash to my satisfaction. Gwen, my old boss from Oedae and good friend, shipped me her nearly-two-year-old son's old BumGenius one size pocket diapers and inserts, so now I have a total of 11 of that style (Gwen's are version 3.0 and I have 3 version 4.0--honestly, I don't really see much of a difference at this point). I also have 11 Softbum Omni shells (obtained from diaperswappers.com) and many inserts that work with them (bumgenius OS terrycloth inserts have a snap that work well with the Omni shells, some infant pre-folds, and softbums staydry super pods), including some Kissaluvs size 0 fitted diapers. Newborns need a lot more diapers than older ones, so hopefully when he outgrows the Kissaluvs, I won't need to replace them with more inserts. I have 3 all-in-one BumGenius size small, too, but they don't seem to be absorbing much at this time (my only real leaks so far have come from these), so I'm trying to wash them a few more times before I give up.
Look at the worry lines as he strains to push up!
Cloth is a lot easier than people make it out to be, especially with all the new all-in-two designs and pocket styles. If you buy used or clearance/discounted, they aren't even that much more expensive than a prefold/cover deal (the old-fashioned nappy pinning and plastic pants, but even that has been updated with plastic snaps and much trimmer covers). I have enough where even with my frequently soaking 3 week old, I only have to do the diaper laundry every 3 or so days. And they are easy enough to use that my parents have said they will try to use the cloth when they babysit, so score!
And now, more cute:
No, Daddy! Don't eat my hand!
Blue eyed Korean.
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