If cost was not a problem, you think disposable diapers are the best?
I tried several "best market "brands of diapers for my 16 months as Luvs, Kirkland brand (Costco), and the target, and while all are well, I have not yet found a layer that I really love it. I debate between the three "face" Diapers: Pampers Cruisers, Huggies and Huggies Little Engines pure and natural. Have a suggestion for those who are better? My daughter has sensitive skin, so they said to try the Huggies Pure and natural, but I also heard some people are not worth money … Are there other brands that I have not mentioned? I wanted some advice before starting to buy more diapers. Thank you! De I also work full time and my daughter is at daycare, so I do not think cloth diapers would be a good option for us. I just wanted to throw that out there before People began to suggest.
I loved Pampers cruisers to mesh lining has occurred. Now they are very hard on the skin and loss from time to time. So I was also looking for a replacement. I think my old cruisers finalists would Huggies Pure and natural or Pampers Baby Dry. Luvs is also very good, but strange odor and plasticy.
My son just turned 2 years .. 27/03/2010 insist that my family should go to the bathroom, but are you ready?
This is my first child, and I'm sure others have met with family members and the media … and try to tell you what they are doing right and wrong as a parent, because you are a "new" Mom or Dad … and my family tells me that my son is too old to not be potty .. and I have to start potty training him .. but my son does not seem ready .. that likes to come into the bathroom with me when I leave, and enjoys playing with the toilet when it comes to closing the lid and rinse … but he is not interested in using the toilet. He said it was not pee or poop in his diaper … but when I visit … I can not tell you to get the wipes and the pampering and get them. Appears to be ready?
If he shows no interest and can not even say when it was in a layer which is far from being ready. He has now become 2. My son has not really shown interest up to 2 1 / 2 and just turned 3. We almost finished and there but even when going to the bathroom always be accidents from time to time. I want to tell his family to leave brine and when your child is loan, then you go in that direction. Do not let them tell you what is or is not good for your child or parent should. It is to them or interfere with it. I also want to clarify that not pressure your child about this because the main cause resistance to later when the time came. It is now 2. Some Children are ready at this time, but for what is described not grow. Dale few months, then maybe read a few books from him about how the older children in the pot. There are plenty of them. To see if after reading some of those programs that any initiative or interest to do so, but do not push or force. Coming in fourth bathroom with you, then you sit there and talk to him about how a big boy and use the bathroom when you're ready, you can learn to do it. When finally shows interest in the pot and let you choose the boat you want to use, and away. If he has some success at first make a big deal of it. Some children respond to stickers, to a pair of M & M's and even small toy dinosaurs or cars. Find what works for him and can be do. When ready, I'll let you know when to say it is dirty and want to change. He will be able to say "I went to pee" or "caca" when it did. Showing interest wants to sit on the toilet and try. You can even sleep or wake up from a dry morning showing that develops muscle control Going one step towards potty training too. Until these things are in place not by force, not letting other people in your family or force him.
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public swimming pools and little swimmers Diapers?
do most pools alow them? how bout in hotels?
Most pools encourage, and many require, them for kids that are not potty trained. Our HOA actually requires a disposable little swimmer AND a reusable swim diaper. Suppose double the protection never hurts.
And they have always worked for our kids when they had to wear them. But they are not designed to stop pee (or act as a diaper in that way, as they do not absorb water)–they only stop the solid stuff. But it is the solid stuff that shuts pools down, so that is what they care about.
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When looking at cinema, more often than not the independent films – indie flicks – are the most memorable. That in no way states that movies produced by the major studios in Hollywood are bad. In fact, some of the best movies ever made had big budgets and were from huge studios. Nevertheless, when it comes to overall quality, indie flicks seem to just take the cake.
Whether it is due to them not having a big budget, perfect casting, unforgettable scripts or a combination of the three, independent movies are just too good to pass up. Granted, there is a sub-culture of indie buffs that attend all the film festivals and keep their eye out on cable and satellite TV for all of the ones that they have missed in the theaters. But when it comes to a normal, American moviegoer, seeing a few indie films here and there is not a bad thing; actually, it will make him or her appreciate overall cinema as a whole.
Now, actually trying to come up with a list of three amazing indie films is quite difficult; a lot has to be taken into consideration. Not to mention that there are so many great ones to choose from. Yet, this list of three films really captures the genre as a whole. Besides, all of them are currently playing on cable and satellite TV movie channels. Actually, some may have already been converted to the HD format, to keep up with the craze that has swept the nation.
“Raising Arizona” – Released in 1987, “Raising Arizona” is one of the first films that Ethan and Joel Coen ever did (the directors of “No Country for Old Men.”) Starring Nicholas Cage, Holly Hunter and John Goodman, the film follows the story of an ex-con and his police officer wife who, after trying numerous times to get pregnant, decide to steal a baby from a local business tycoon whose wife just had sextuplets. Things get even more complicated when Cage’s convict friends escape from jail to crash at his place. The film, however, is highly entertaining and pretty damn funny, especially when Cage runs from the cops with a diaper on his head.
“The Royal Tenenbaums” – With a star-studded cast and a nationwide release, Wes Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums” may not appear to be an independent flick. Do not be fooled, however, since the story of a completely dysfunctional family is anything but the norm. Consisting of a huge family including sports star Richie (Luke Wilson), adopted daughter Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow), over-protective, single father of two Chas (Ben Stiller) and gambling addict, head of the family and pathological liar Royal (Gene Hackman), the film offers every type of character imaginable. Plus, with Anderson’s close attention to detail, dialogue and colors, the film is considered to be one of the director’s best.
“Lost in Translation” – Sofia Coppola may have almost ruined her career in Hollywood with her awful performance in the conclusion to her father’s “Godfather” trilogy, but when it comes to directing she is one of the best around. Her 2003 vehicle “Lost in Translation” was more than just good, it was also up for a slew of Academy Awards including best picture. Starring Bill Murray as an actor filming a satellite TV commercial in Japan and Scarlett Johansson as a neglected wife with nothing to do in Tokyo, the film follows the creation and blossoming of a friendship between two people completely lost in a foreign world. With no where to go, the two cling to each other, trying to find themselves amongst the bright lights and crazy sounds that categorize the city of Tokyo. Both touching and thought provoking, the film is absolutely amazing and is one of Bill Murray’s best performances.
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Raising Arizona (1987) – Original Theatrical Trailer