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Friday, January 14, 2011

A Baby Changes Everything

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Everything changes whenever a baby comes to a house.  Last year, we spent the Thanksgiving break at my sister's house. The house was so much different than the one I remember during spring break before baby Monica -my sister's youngest- arrived. Now, the whole house is cluttered with the baby's stuff. I see play pen, walker, high chair, crib and a huge comforter where baby Monica crawls and plays. I see her toys, bottles, clothes, wipes and bibs almost everywhere.

Even the grocery list and the schedule changes. Now, more than ever, my sister and her husband has to economize because the baby's material needs flows like an active waterfalls. There is constant demand for baby wipes, milk and diapers. Even while they go shopping once a week, there is still a tendency to run out of these things because the baby grows fast. It becomes difficult to rely on patterns. Good thing these items are available online at competitive prices. My sister and brother-in-law buy Bright Beginnings diapers online. They  buy on Right now, is offering 10% discount on all items and 30% cash back on diapers.
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Yes, having a baby changes a lot of things. Since my baby niece, Monica, arrived, the house has been filled with laughter, joy and lots of love.

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Gary said...

When you have a baby, the entire house becomes a nursery(LOL). And when you have little children, the entire house always look like a zoo. (more LOLs). But the happiness they bring give lots of memories to talk about when they grow up.

Nice post.

RNSANE said...

I just love oldest son is now forty - I remarried
( and divorced again ) and, at 38 and 40, I had two more sons! I was hoping for one girl. It was a little hard being an older mother, especially since my husband left when I had major back surgery and was disabled for a year and a half, leaving me with a 1 and a 3-year-old to support. He never helped with child support but Shawn, who was 11 when his next brother was born was a godsend.

Now, I can't wait to have a grandchild. Alex, my middle son, who got married in May, is my only current hope in that department. Right now, I have to enjoy other people's babies!!

Self Sagacity said...

Tell me about it, a bay sure changes everything. And even three years later, it is still that same way.

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