Thank you to gDad, Terrence, for visiting us on the gDiapers blog.
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Before I had a baby I thought the hardest part would be the diaper changes, or possibly the feedings, nothing could’ve prepared me for what was to trump my biggest baddest fears … other parents.
From the day I stepped out of that Sierra Vista hospital with Madison I’ve been subject to any one of the following responses
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
gDiapers and Moby Wrap: family-flexible stories plus a giveaway!
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Work and family can go together better. We know this. We’re living this. gDiapers and Moby Wrap offer workplaces that have family at the forefront. It’s not a new idea. Just one that’s been pushed aside for far too long. Read on.
The gDiapers story.
Ever since conception, gDiapers has insisted that business and family can go together
We are always so pleased to welcome guest bloggers to join in the conversation. Thank you to Abby of Baby Bird’s Farm for reaching out to us. She’s been composting gDiapers disposable inserts (wet ones only) in her home compost and put together this nifty post for you all, because making dirt is so much nicer than making garbage. Please note that gDiapers did not pay for or sponsor this
Blessed be the interwebs. It is because of them that we are able to connect with so many crafty, witty and inspiring folk like Kim Bongiorno of Let Me Start By Saying. We shared one of Kim’s hilarious lists on the gDiapers facebook page the other day and poof, just like that, we found a new friend in Kim. Thank you to Kim for taking time