"I breastfeed my twins at the same time when they are hungry at the same time, always have! Neither of them have ever had a bottle!! My babies are 10 months old and I have NO plans to stop breastfeeding them!!"
"I"m working on a story about this for my blog right now, in the meantime... if you email me your email address, I'll pass your question on to my sister. She's the cloth diaper expert in our family and she was very concerned about what…"
"We love, love using cloth diapers! I never looked into disposable cloth - the cost was just too great.
As far as cleaning - I use bleach occasionally, but once you get into a good wash routine, it's not necessary on a regular basis - the…"
Hello,So i've been doing some research on whether or not reusable cloth diapers or disposable cloth diapers are better. My Husband and I have already decided that regular diapers are no beuno, so those aren't even an option. We plan on having tons of kids, so I realize that the upfront cost of them will be a lot. I personally would prefer to use reusable cloth diapers, because of the convenience of just washing them, but even with that, i've heard people say because you're cleaning human waste,…See More
"Well I can say that I exhaustingly breast fed my twins tandum until they were 10 months old. I stopped only because I needed sanity. I was absolutely losing my mind with feedings every hour as they got older, I was unable to pump in between feedings…"
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.