When it came time to push, I had to be on my back. I had wanted to be on my feet but my body would not allow my legs to be used. My legs shook like an earthquake and I had to climb on the bed to avoid collapsing on the floor.
We are fortunate to have a fantastic recycling system where we live and I'm very committed to recycling so our actual garbage is very minimal.
We've been composting for 5+ years but the animals destroy my compost 'bin'. I'd love some advice as what you do for your compost 'bin'. We live in the woods in Connecticut adjacent to a 100 acre nature preserve so there are lots of wild animals around.
We've coslept for the past 5+ years. I wouldn't change it for anything! I know I sleep better with my child next to me! And I know he sleeps better too! Only once did he decide he wanted to sleep in his own bed. He went to sleep there for 45 minutes and then came in to our room. At whatever point he decides to transition to his own room will be on his terms. There are still many that are shocked by the cosleeping but I've learned to brush it off.
I've always had a small frame and large breasts. It's so important to have a properly fitting bra especially when exercising. Typical retail stores in the US do not carry my size (32F), unless they are a specialty shop, so I have to buy everything online.
Take a look at barenecessities.com. They sometimes offer free shipping both ways which is so helpful because trying on is critical. I have two high impact bras from there and they aren't pretty but they do what...