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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Breastfeeding & Cloth Diapering

I've been a passionate person and I've ALWAYS had a larger than normal mouth. I never thought in a million years that I would be such an advocate for breastfeeding and cloth diapers. I mean if you met me, you'd think I was part hippie! I hate schedules, I hate the morning, I live on Diet Coke and chicken fingers. My first car was a 1981 Volkswagen rabbit Diesel! I hate rules, I hate being told what to do. I'm carefree, I speak before I think! I never thought I'd get married, never really thought or dreamed of having babies.....and now at the age of 29 I have everything I could ever have dreamed, I never dreamed about!

I find myself getting angry toward people/tweeters who bad mouth breastfeeding. I mean really angry! I find myself caring about the world and landfills. I yell at people who throw trash out of their car. I hate household chores (really, who doesn't) but I cloth diaper my babies! I have eaten cookies all day before yet I puree my children's food! I pre-make Zealand's food and freeze for the week and yet it doesn't phase me to have eat canned chicken and velvetta nachos for dinner!

I have no idea who this Women is that I have become. But I think I like her:)

7 comments:

Kristen said...

We're very similar! I hate house chores, especially laundry, but I am addicted to cloth diapering!

Itty Bitty Baby Bunz said...

Cute post! You're well on your way! ;) It never ceases to amaze me the things we'll do for our kids and never consider doing for ourselves. Down with household chores! lol

Elizabeth said...

I like her too! Glad and proud to be your friend (in real life and in cyberspace!)

Jess said...

YAY!!! It's amazing how we change huh!

ShaRhonda said...

I hate house work too......especially unloading the dishwasher and taking out trash!

Mrs Mommy said...

You go girl!

Elle Squared said...

Isn't it funny that, when you have kids, you kind of "grow out of yourself" into a whole different version? I've noticed this myself once my son was born.