@hutterflutter1019 I am with you on not posting pics of kids online. DH is extremely strict about no photos of DD online. She's the flower girl in a wedding next weekend and I'm super worried because the bride overshares her entire life on FB and insta.
I'm pro breastfeeding as well, but also hated it. It's convenient, but I just didn't feel that "bond" everyone says you'll have.Ok, I'm bracing myself for flames for this UO, because I KNOW it's unpopular: I think people who post tons of pictures of their kids on Facebook/Instagram are putting themselves and their kids at risk.
DD1: June 2014 - VBM4lyfeDD2: October 2016DC3: coming May 2019
My UO (maybe?): One of my coworkers just had their first baby, and several people have organized a "meal train" to bring food to their home each night for the first week or so now that they're out of the hospital. To me, this sounds like a nightmare. Fresh out of the hospital, now have a revolving door of acquaintances come paw at my new baby in exchange for sketchy casserole and feelings of obligation to return the dish asap? This makes me want to lock myself inside and never leave.
@willmisspumpkinbeer he’s 10.5 months. He had mac and cheese for the first time yesterday and he couldn’t have cared less. He was having broccoli with it too and was equally enthusiastic about both 😂 Not even organic can save sweet potatoes from having too many heavy metals so there’s just no hope for any of us I guess 😂🤣😂🤣