Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a beginner, camping with your little one can be lots of fun. (Really!) gMum Michelle has some advice on breathing easy and letting everyone have a good time: What motivates you to bring your son camping? One of my biggest dreams for my son is that he continues to love the outdoors like his father, especially when I see so many children addicted to iPads, video games, and television. My favorite part about camping with my son is that it's stress-free, so we have quality time together where I don't have to worry about...
Diaper rash is a pain—for everyone. And finding the right remedies is a lot of guesswork. But the answer may not be to change your baby more often (though that’s certainly the first thing to try). Here are three more things to consider: Latex sensitivity: gDiapers are latex-free and have become a great solution for babies with latex allergies. We discovered when our daughter was 8 months old that she has a latex sensitivity. We began buying latex-free diapers, which are hard to find and VERY expensive. I took our issue to a Facebook moms group, and one mom offered...
It can be tricky to convince people that hybrid diapering is really a smart choice, especially grandparents who remember when cloth diapers involved sharp pins and big, bulky baby bums. Here’s how one gMum was able to convince her whole family that gDiapers is the way to go: We love how you first came across gDiapers. Can you tell us who introduced you to them? My mom and dad were convinced that cloth diapers were a bad idea after trying them on my older brother, Chris, 30 years ago. He would get terrible diaper rash and get pricked with pins...
Happy Mother’s Day, mamas! We hope you spend your special day in bed with a hot cup of coffee, and your little ones showering you with love and appreciation. But what if you don’t?
What if you’re reading this on your phone while bouncing a fussy baby on your hip, and your lukewarm coffee sits on the counter?
What if you’re spending the day with a sick kiddo who needs more TLC than you do right now?
What if you’re celebrating your own mother by telling her now you understand just what it means to be a mother?
Going on your first long-distance trip with your little one can be nerve-wracking, but the memories and adventures are sure worth it. How do you overcome the challenges so you can still enjoy your trip? We talked with Lisette, a traveling-with-kids-pro and gMum of four, to find out.
We love stories from families who take advantage of composting Disposable Inserts (wet ones only), even at 10,000 feet above sea level! We talked with gMum Miriam, who just started a compost pile with her husband Lee and their kids, four-year-old River and one-year-old Will, at their home in Washington.
“Growing up, my mom always had a compost pile for her garden, so I was curious about having one for my kids too. And we are planning four raised garden beds this summer, so compost will be a great kick-starter for the soil.”