I've found a solution- Boofs from here has suggested me recording it and then people who have watched it can let me know afterwards if it's done sensitively and whether or nor to watch.
Little lambs have gone under all wraps I've tried so I think it would be no probleM
Thats a good idea regarding the show And thank you, I think I will get a medium in a few weeks as I don't need to put her in them untill she outgrows her small/newborn nappies so makes sense to get something I will get more use out of
I like the London print, we gave the jubilee though as it's more girly. I really want to fo a street party for the jubilee but I really can't be bothered to organise it lol! I think all the old ladies on my street would love it so I might try and do something...and of course the girls can show off their nappies lol.
Thump, I had a dream last night that someone stole the nappy!!!! It was horrible
That's awful! I'm surprised I haven't dreamt more of nappies as it's all I'm thinking about all day.
Originally Posted by jen1604
Tonight's OBEM has a cleft baby on it (isolated lip, not palate though so bit different). Am I brave enough to watch?
I just saw on FB I was going to suggest the same. Best not to watch it cold. I don't really watch OBEM anymore but it sounds interesting I may watch it.
Off to meet Tan tomorrow hopefully and see the amazing ruffle bum!
Hi, erm I'm new to this but I was just wondering how long a baby should be worn for per day for maximum attachment and so he doesn't feel abandoned? He doesn't seem to want to play with me or be near me at the moment, he's more interested in exploring.
Emy sorry can't help, I doubt your lo feels abandoned though. I remember Elsie was a nosey little thing from the moment she learnt how to hold her head up. Once she got all the major milestones under her belt (rolling, crawling, walking etc) she became my lovely cuddley girl again
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