I love it! I have a friend with this name and she goes by Ari. I also have a male friend named Aristotle and he goes by Ari. Both fit their names very well..... I wouldn't be worried about it sounding too masculine - -
I guess I'm more concerned about being sick of the same old smells as I am about the ammonia odor. The ammonia isn't like a knock you off your feet kinda thing. I do strip my diapers regularly and a majority of the smell goes away. I wash my wipes separately from my diapers because I use a bit of baby oil in the wipe solution. I just want to try something different than tea tree and lavendar.
I am searching for a few new EO fragrances to mask the ungodly ammonia smell coming from my wetbag and to add to my wipe solution. I currently have been using Lavender and tea tree oil and am getting tired of them both. I love tea tree for the variety of uses but the smell has been wearing on my very sensitive pregnant nose.
I am a patchouli and sandalwood lover - - would this make for a weird ammonia/patchouli combination??
I'm currently reading Water For Elephants. It is SO good!! I wasn't aware they had come out with a movie until after I started reading it.....
I'm also in the middle of Birth Matters by Ina May Gaskin. Highly recommended!!!!!
Ummm I'm most definitely freaking out. I've been in full maternity gear since 8 wks and I'm only getting bigger by the day. My weight has literally stayed the same so I know I'm not eating too much. I have felt so exhausted that I can barely keep my eyes open without chugging copious amounts of caffeine. My husband was a twin and my great aunt was also. Twins skip a generation and my generation is the one to have 'em.
Oh lord, If I have twins I might literally...
I can't wait to start Ina May's new book! I just need to get my hands on it first! I just finished The Vaccine Book and it's awesome - I highly recommend to anyone. I love that it's written in a very unbiased way.
I just ordered "Making More Milk" from Amazon. My midwife recommended it to me since she knows how much I struggled with my supply.