Thursday, February 25, 2016
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Sea World has an excellent nursing and baby care area. There is an entire room with just changing tables. The nursing room has rocking chairs that are comfortable and you are able to rest in the air conditioning. There is also some toys in the main area for older siblings. 2 private bathrooms are in the building as well with little kid sized potties.
The baby care building is located in the kid's area right across from the Shamu stadium.
Another baby care area that was really unexpected but great was at Aquatica. They have their nursing room right next to the kids area. It is a small nursing room but it was perfect for a water park.
Disney World also has a good nursing room. The few times I used it though it was packed It was a lightly lit room with rocking chairs and lots of nursing mamas. To tell you the honest truth when I go to Disney I don't personally use it. I normally just sit down and nurse with a coverup. Especially since there is only one nursing area and it is located on Main Street. It is far too inconvenient in the park to find your way back to the nursing room every time you need it.
It is great to always have a comfortable air conditioned stop for you and your little one.
Sunday, February 21, 2016
It has finally happened my 3 year old is finally wearing underwear and so far it is going well. He has been hovering around being fully potty trained for quite some time. Oddly enough poo was never an issue but peeing has been the challenge. I think a lot of it was being distracted with playing and not taking the time to stop. I think wearing the underwear was what has finally made it come together. Boys are so hard to potty train. My oldest has taken the longest thus far. He wasn't fully potty trained till he was 4. I guess I don't have any room to talk. I was very stubborn and didn't potty train till I was 4 years old either. As my mom would say I am getting my payback. One thing I have learned is no matter how much you want them to be potty trained it doesn't matter. Your kiddo is not going to be potty trained until they are ready. Like most things it is on your child's schedule.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Monday, February 15, 2016
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Saturday, February 13, 2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016
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Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Now I personally am pretty modest and I don't feel comfortable nursing without a cover. Initially it takes a moment to adjust the cover properly but once I do my babies do fine. If I want to nurse without a cover I just do it in the car. But if you are okay with it there is no reason you shouldn't just whip out your boobs and let your baby go to town. I don't understand why people are so bothered by a mother feeding her child without a cover. I have never had anyone say anything negatively about nursing. I try not to let what others think bother me too much anyways. There is a video surfacing on social media with a woman breastfeeding and multiple people come up to her and tell her how disgusting it is. If you have experienced any negativity related to nursing please share your story.