April 25, 2013
This was originally posted by Scotty on his blog, Dads Who Change Diapers. Thanks Scotty!
First, what is male pattern dadness (MPD)?
MPD afflicts a majority of dads. The sad part is that most dads don’t even know they have it until it’s too late; Johnny gets in with the wrong crowd, or Suzy becomes a stripper. The key is to detect the warning signs early. Then, do something about them.
The indications of MPD are:
- General sense of being unconnected with the baby.
- Baby doesn’t like you very much. In fact, baby prefers just about everyone over you.
- Overall fear of breaking the baby.
- Overwhelming thoughts of “Man, I can’t wait until this kid gets bigger so we can play together.”
Whether you suffer from minor MPD or a full-on case, I have discovered a new drug for you! And the best part is, that you only have to take it once a day.
It’s called Changethenex* and it’s available without a prescription!
Continue reading Male Pattern Dadness, by Scotty Schrier.
February 25, 2013
One might think that diapers would be the simplest decision a parent could make for their baby. Diapers only have one function after all: make sure baby’s waste doesn’t end up all over the place.
It used to be an incredibly simple decision. You used what was available (which probably meant an absorbent piece of cloth and a sturdy rubber pant). But then someone had to jump in there and make it all complicated by adding OPTIONS for goodness sake. It’s become a battle royale. Diaper vs diaper. Cloth diapers vs disposable diapers. And ohmyword then there’s ANOTHER choice with gDiapers, which is a bit of both.
Continue reading Cloth vs disposable diapers.
February 7, 2013
We make diapers.
So you’d think that diapers is our business.
It is. And it isn’t.
Our business is this: we want to eliminate the status quo that conventional disposable diapers are the first thing we reach for to diaper our babies. We want disposable diapers as we know them to become a thing of the past. A brief blip in human history, an “oops” and a slip into a habit of convenience, a regret that we can learn from, evolve beyond, and then put behind us.
Continue reading Let’s talk about NO diapers for a change.