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We use this one in the kids rooms. It just shuts itself off when it is empty. We have used it for almost a year and love it. The light feature is a nice touch too.http://www.amazon.com/Greenair-Advanced-Wellness-Instant-Healthful/dp/B004GJRG3K
Sounds like some sensory stuff. I would go the GFCF route. Does she ask for milk a lot? Crave carb type foods?
We had a midsummer / solstice party with a small group of friends. Did crafts, ate dinner, our neighbor is a magician so he did a show.  It was a wonderful time.
Honestly 3 was my hardest number to change to LOL. But with that said, I would not change it for anything in the world!!!  And your kids are old enough that they can do a lot of things by themselves. Mine were all two years apart. I am sure you will make the right choice for your family <3
My kids have siblings that are not placed with us. In our case one with went with her bio Dad, and the other is a safety issue. We have contact and my kids are fine with that. The have also since had siblings born since we have had them. Those foster parents also help keep contact with my kids :) None of the sibs are in our state. We keep in touch online
Hi :)   I believe you are talking about a "pocket diaper", and then using the disposable liners. To keep it simple these are good, as well as just using a really good cover and a prefold. I think it is a matter of finding what works best for your baby and you as far as fit, and ease goes. There is a forum on here where you can buy used diapers and that helps a lot with not only saving money, but trying things, and the ones that don't work you can resale.    Best...
Welcome to Mothering JoAnna1211 ! I hope you have had time to browse the forums and find some boards that are of interest to you. Please let me know if I can answer any questions you may have :)
Have you tried to increase your milk supply? I know when I went through this Fenugreek worked wonders! Also I would double pump for 5-10 minutes after you nurse your baby, or a least 8 times in 24 hours. Try to set the pump on maximum unless your nipples are very sore. Most pumps work better on the higher suction settings. Minimum is kind of like the baby sucking in his sleep toward the end of the feeding, and maximum is more like the vigorous sucking he does for the...
HI jewels3636,    Have you asked about getting him a feeding specialist? I know ours worked wonders. Also there are a lot of really good resources for feeding issues at    https://www.feedingmatters.org/
HI and Welcome! You may want to cross post this in the Waldorf and learning at home boards also :)   http://www.mothering.com/community/f/285/waldorf   http://www.mothering.com/community/f/50/learning-at-home-and-beyond
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