Monday, May 9, 2011

Hot Dots and Nursing Camis!

This is a new nursing cami design! These camis are called Skinies, and have the opening cut in the cami! I've never used these, so I don't know how they would work. I do have to admit I've done this very thing to some of my own cheap undershirts! You can find more info about them here.








A favorite homeschooling blog I like to read raves about the Hot Dots. I was excited to see they are on Zulily for a good price, so I think I'm going to get the ABC one for my three year old to use!

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3 Comments:

At May 9, 2011 at 12:30 PM , Blogger Sarah : ) www.crumbsundermytable.blogspot.com said...

I know this isn't exactly on topic for this post, and yet it kinda is. Could you give me some advice to homeschooling a toddler (our daughter's 3) with a new baby? Our son is 2 months old and has acid reflux and colick, so he's extremely fussy a lot, and I'm having trouble trying to homeschool her while having constant crying in the background and/or nursing continuously. Would it be better to just relax with her lessons until he grows out of this or is there some way to do both? Thanks, I love your blog!

 
At May 9, 2011 at 9:16 PM , Blogger Caroline said...

If your daughter is only 3, I would TOTALLY relax about feeling the pressure to do school with her. If it makes you feel any better, my daughter is three, and is very smart but she does not know all her ABC's yet. I just haven't taken the time with having a 5 and 7 year old in school to work with her on it, because I know it will come so easily for her to learn when she is a little bit older. I would just read her books while you nurse the baby, and not try to do formal school at this point. You have enough to deal with having a fussy 2 month old! My oldest was fussy, and I have NEVER forgotten how difficult those first six months were.

 
At May 10, 2011 at 9:12 AM , Blogger Sarah : ) www.crumbsundermytable.blogspot.com said...

Thanks. That makes me feel better. I guess I'm just nervous that she'll get behind, and it will be my fault. I actually have been reading to her while I nurse, but mostly because it was a way for her not to feel so jealous. Your blog is very encouraging and I pray God continue to use it for His glory! Thank you again :)

 

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