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If there are any other cloth diapering mama’s out there, I am new to this and could use all the tips I can get. I just need to give it a good scrub and maintain until the little one arrives and we’re all set. So far I’ve had swelling in my ankles and feet, extreme fatigue, backaches and indigestion. I’ve had it fairly easy since I’ve had absolutely no nausea, and I just recently started feeling bad.
I recently signed up at so I could chat with other cloth diapering mama’s out there and get advice and tips. He’s been feeding off my urge to prepare and we’ve totally repainted the entire house, which is something we wanted to do anyway. The biggest hurdle with this is how I feel right now. I’m taking my doula’s tip and I picked up some papaya pills and will be giving that a shot, because it can get pretty bad. My first two trimesteres were a breeze – it’s just the third that’s been a bit rough.
I then pulled out this beautiful black silk velvet that I had left over from a skirt I made myself a while back, and cut the fabric into strips so each piece of foam could be completely covered in velvet before inserting it into the box. I glued the velvet onto each individual strip of foam.It’s probably from lack of sleep and I hope you understand. The other night GC and I went to a free cooking class at Loblaw’s.Brad and I spent the better part of a recent Saturday searching for a new suit for him and also gathering materials for me to make him a new cufflink box. When we first started dating, I made him a cufflink box (approximately 7 X 9) to store all of his pretty cufflinks, but he has long since outgrown it (the Tiffany cufflinks he got for his birthday deserve their own darn box heehee) and had been hinting that he needed a new one.
I can’t possibly say “no” when someone comes up with a new crafty project for me, so of course I agreed.
Size 5 16″ round needles and dpn’s Worsted weight yarn (I use Lion Brand Wool-ease in Blue Mist) Term: Knit into 2nd stitch on left needle and without taking stitch off needle knit into 1st stitch, then take them both off the needle. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 International License.