our son will remain intact.
I breastfeed exclusively for 6 months before solids, and will probably be tandeming with dd#2
we used cloth diapers for 2 years and I've been on a hiatus since getting pg this time. I will probably go back to it when he is born but I'm not positive. for some reason I have lost the CD love...
I am open to cosleeping if baby wants it, or crib sleeping if they don't. I have had one of each sleeping preference so I know how different they can be!
babywearing, again if the baby likes it. dd1 it was a lifesaver, dd2 never got into it as much. although with 3 kids I think it might be more of a necessity for ME whether or not he likes it
we delay/selectively vax.
we are planning on homeschooling.
Christine, mom to C(7.5) - E(5) - J(3) - B(10 mos)
Doula, childbirth educator, Co-leader of ICAN of Atlanta
"Never miss an opportunity to make others happy, even if you have to leave them alone in order to do it." ~Anonymous
no circ (if applicable)
planting the placenta
ebf to 12+ months/tandem nurse (i still can't wrap my head around this, but dd is has her own titties fan club, weaning would break her little heart)
i do oral vitamin k supplements for the first six weeks
baby led solids
i've considered cd, but honestly my babywearing habit is pricey enough. can't imagine trying to sell db on another stash.
LAMamma - i would love to come over, take a bath and then scrub your tub. it sounds like the ritz at your joint. and i hope they make little twin-sized squeegees so they can help mama out!
mama to n 12.17.07 and j 08.13.09
I will Illinois had all three offered. It'd make things so much easier!
Here is a map I find very helpful that outlines what states offer what exceptions:
Yeah I turned religious all of a sudden. Hubby was a little worried