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You can go over to the Co-op Forum and post about it... I'm sure you aren't the only one searching. My co-op group did "Sage Creek Naturals" a while back, and I bought brand new 300-count, organic cotton, sateen sheets. They are the softest, nicests sheets I have ever, ever had! My cost was half of what they retail for. -- Caitlin
I'm sorry to hear you got sick from this. * You want to avoid exposures to chemicals. You must either get your husband to support you in this effort or do something drastic so you don't get "hit" with something like this again. * Additional chemical exposures will make you more sensitive to chemical exposure. If you have mild sensitivies now, they could become moderate or severe. * You may never be able to remediate the objects in your home that were...
I have a tiny, handheld steam cleaner - the cheap-o version, I think. A "magic bullet" with lots of attachments. Shaped like a gun. I rarely use it, but when I do: I go crazy... heating more water, cleaning the grout in the bathroom, steaming the sink edges... One day, we got home, and I took DD2's diaper off of her, but then I let DD1 and DD2 play in the car... I think our neighbor had started talking to us or something. Of course, you know how this ends: poop...
* CONTAINER: The Balm comes in a tube container similar to lip balm/chapstick. The top screws off. It is slightly more child-proof than the other containers I've tried, which I like, as my 3-year old likes to diaper all her animal friends. What I like best, though, is that I don't have to stick my fingers in the balm. I screw open the base of the tube, and apply the balm directly on baby's bottom. It's like painting. The tube can be tossed in a diaper bag or purse...
You've been on my mind for the past two days! I am so happy to hear the baby was born! You are so brave! -- Caitlin :
I also need a good way to clean the burners. I keep heating milk for instance and having it overflow onto the metal "catchers" under the electric burners. -- Caitlin who has Mommy-brain
Has anyone tried this UV Natural Sunscreen from Australia? It looks like it is a really good product, but I would be hesitant to try it until I can find it retail or wholesale for a lot cheaper than $30 for a 7 oz. bottle! This is the same product that AmyDoula mentions above. Is someone price-comparison savvy? Could you find it cheap for us? -- Caitlin source: http://www.chinaberry.com/showbook.c...2&id=405051001 alt. source: ...
Has anyone tried this UV Natural Sunscreen from Australia? It looks like it is a really good product, but I would be hesitant to try it until I can find it retail or wholesale for a lot cheaper than $30 for a 7 oz. bottle! -- Caitlin source: http://www.chinaberry.com/showbook.c...2&id=405051001 alt. source: http://www.isabellacatalog.com/showb...serid=72195702 Here is the text on it: Quote: UV NATURAL SUNSCREEN - SPF 30 Despite decades of...
* Nature's Sunshine makes a chewable containing papaya and peppermint. I love it, but it doesn't always work for me. * Almonds, raw. These usually work for me. And, they're so great nutritionally in pregnancy. -- Caitlin :yawning
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