I’ve been searching and it seems that this phrase correspond to Gretchen Rubin. It’s one of my favorites sayings and it can reflect multiple things in life, like motherhood for example.
now reading: macanudo by liniers
That’s my favorite phrase to start a conversation with another adult while I’m with Marco at any playground in the US.
The other mom/dad will answer and almost always ask you back ”how old is yours?”.
If both of the kids are around the same age, you’ll have some things to talk about and if they aren’t, you still can talk about what’s coming or what is left behind.
Let’s make some new friends!
In the last week, two friends of mine who are formula feeding their newborns discovered what baby colics were (inconsolable crying even after feeding, baby stiffs his limbs, arches his back. You can really notice that s/he’s very upset and uncomfortable and it’s not hunger neither his diaper, etc.)
I want to share with you what I -a mom who reads a lot, not a doctor, just a friend- suggested to my friends and was useful for them:
- Talk to his/her doctor and ask her/him to change the formula brand for one that doesn’t contain GMO (specially not soy).
- If your baby is still having issues, ask the doctor for a free lactose formula.
But if you can, my friend, forget about the formula and turn to breastfeeding exclusively, nothing better than that 😉