I bought the Easy Fit for my mom's small car. I think it's an ok seat, but my dd found the seam where the upper & lower portions connect to be very uncomfortable. There is no extra cushion to use to make it more comfortable either. My dd was at the exact height that her head rested on the seam, and she refused to sit in it. We bought a Diono Radian instead.
Your post is exactly what I am going through, thank you for putting it into words. I tell myself every day that it will get better, and in the meantime I'm able to spend more time with my kids. I'm trying to find those happy moments in the middle of my hard days, which can be few and far between. But those moments truly are priceless.
Hugs to you!
This is what I thought too, plugged tear duct. DD2 had it sice birth and her eye would get goopy all the time. We did warm compresses and squirted bm in her eye sometimes. My mw said it would probably resolve on its own, and it did just clear up on it's own @ 3 months. Of course as pp said, see your pedi if you're worried.
We just made something up. I would hold my hands out flat, palms together like a sandwich and then flip the top hand over so that the palm was facing up. It really doesn't matter what the sign is, as long as you're consistent.
I'm curious about this myself. We were seeing a ped who was ok with non-vax but she isn't quite right for us. We're going to try out Dr. Shah in San Dimas, he was recommended by a friend who has values similar similar to us (extended bf, non-vax, prefers the wait & see approach). Why does finding the right doctor have to be so hard?!?!
This was not a good position for me since I was having some problems with SPD, having my knees above my pelvis was very painful. I didn't end up doing any sitting positions on the ball, but I did lean over it a lot on hands and knees while doing pelvic rocking.