I HATE THEM!
Nov siggy challenge: animals eating Thanksgiving food
I don't get why bed sharing is so glorified in the parenting world. It remains the largest risk factor for SIDS. Creating a bond won't matter if your kid dies.... Just saying.
And these aren't COMPLETELY heinous...
Someday when my kid starts wanting to wear sandals, it's going to be tough!
Considering my sons toes are like Fred Flinstone's....we stick with sneakers or water sandals that cover his toes.
jaime52005 said:Baby crocs!!! Cuttest sandals
Baby crocs!!! Cuttest sandals
ceamac0127 said: jaime52005 said:Baby crocs!!! Cuttest sandals
CanukMam said:Love the mandals (hate crocks on anyone!), also love bed sharing. The reason why Bedsharing is so "risky" is because it is very rarely done properly. ie/ firm bed, no blankets/pillows and with parents who are aware of baby in the bed(no sleep meds/alcohol etc). Basically there are a lot of external factors that are often not considered and make it risky. We bedshared and we did it responsibly. DS1 grew out of it around 9 months, wanted his own space/bed so we moved him into the crib. Luckily no sleep monster! We plan to do it again with baby #2 when she arrives
Love the mandals (hate crocks on anyone!), also love bed sharing.