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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Lactation smoothie

I know a lot of moms have trouble with their milk supple and don't really know how to
bring it back up. If your a smoothie kind of girl instead of a cookie kind of girl then this is for you.

You will need.
1-3 whole bananas
2 tbsp Almond Butter  ( homemade or Store bought)
1 tbsp Brewer's Yeast ( I use THIS kind)
2 tbsp Ground Flax ( I use THIS)
1/3 Cup Rolled Oats.( Like This)
2-3 tbsp Cocoa Powder ( Like This)
Maple Syrup Or Honey ( Local is best) To Taste
Top with Almond Milk ( Homemade or Store Bought)
and several ice cubes.

Blend, blend , bled and get the benefits of a half
dozen lactation cookies.

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Herb Softening Hair Rinse

Lately I've been trying to go no poo. I've been doing it for around 4 months and I do like it.
I still wash my hair but with Dr.Bronner's once a week. Then I do my homemade hair rinse a few times a week. Sometime everyday. Just depends on if I went to work out or not.

Here is how I make my awesome hair rinse.

4 Cups. water
1/2 Cup. Rosemary (Dried or fresh)
1/2 Cup. Lavender ( Dried or fresh)
1/2 Cup Mint (Dried or fresh)
3 tsp. borax
3 Cups. apple cider vinegar

1.Bring the water to boil in a large pot.
2.Once you’ve reached a rolling boil. Add the Rosemary, Lavender, and Mint.
3.Put it on low for about 1 hr.
4. Turn the stove off and let it steep for 2-4hrs. .or longer,the longer, the stronger).
5. Take out the herbs and turn the stove back on low to heat the water.
6.Once the water is heated turn it off and add the borax. Then stir
7. Add the apple Cider Vinegar, Stir again.
8. put into a container and you're all done.

I let my rinse steep overnight before straining out the herbs. This makes for a VERY potent rinse

I put mine in a old gallon juice bottle. I double the recipe when I make it tho. Then I put it into a squirt bottle and keep the bottle in my shower.

To use: After shampooing and conditioning, or as your sole hair product, pour the rinse over your hair, making sure to soak it through completely. Finish off with a final
rinse of clean water, if desired (the liquid is a brownish “tea” color, so it may stain a light-colored towel if you don’t rinse with clean water).
Or, simply leave the rosemary rinse in your hair and dry and style as usual.

The smell of the vinegar goes away and you are left with the smell of the herbs. I have dark hair so I don't know if this would darken lighter hair or not.

You can change the herbs for other herbs that you like the smell of better or just use 1 herb. Make sure it = 1 1/2 Cups or more.

I have all of this in the yard so I normally use fresh and more then the 1 1/2 Cups posted.

If you try this let me know what you think :)

Forever N Always

Homemade Vapor Rub

Did you know the store bought Vapor rub isn't that great for you? It's made with Petrolatum, Eucalyptus oil, Mineral oil, Coconut Oil, Rosemary leaf oil, Peppermint oil,Lavender oil.. Petrolatum is not good for you I'm going to make a blog post later on explaining why I say that.
If you're looking for something you can do yourself here it is.

Homemade Vapor Rub.


5 TB Coconut oil
2 TB Cocoa Butter
1 1/2 TB Beeswax
30 drops eucalyptus essential oil (for children use Eucaylptus Radiata or Eucaplytus Citriodora)
12 drops each of essential oils: peppermint, lavender, and rosemary
5 drops tea tree essential oil


1. In a saucepan, over low heat, add the coconut oil and cocoa butter. Melt.
2. Once melted, add the beeswax. Melt.
3. Remove the pan from the heat.
4. Allow the mixture to sit in the saucepan for 5 minutes. This will allow the mixture to cool so the oils aren't damaged.
5.After 5 minutes, add the eucalyptus, peppermint, lavender, rosemary, and tea tree oils to the coconut oil mixture. Combine with a spoon.
Pour the mixture into jars..

 This recipe will make one 4 oz. jar of vapor rub. As the mixture cools in the jar the liquid will solidify,
 making it a creamy, spreadable rub.

This recipe will keep for a year.

It's that easy to make your own. :) Hope you enjoy.

Note don't use on babies younger then 3 months.

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Remineralizing Toothpaste

I just use a teaspoon or tablespoon, depending on the size batch I want, so the recipe would read 5 TBSP calcium powder,2 TBSP Baking Soda,  and so on.

5 parts Calcium powder
2 parts Baking Soda
3 parts Xylitol Powder- .
3-5 parts coconut oil to get desired texture
Storage Jar * I use these Here*
Grinder for the Xylitol
Essential Oil's

How To Make Natural Remineralizing Toothpaste

1. Mix all powdered ingredients (calcium, Baking Soda, Xylitol) well in a bowl. If you are starting with calcium tablets,
powder them in a food processor. If you are starting with capsules, dump them out into the bowl. If you want it to be more like store bought tooth paste grind the Xylitol up.

2. Add Coconut Oil one part at a time until you get desired consistency.

3. Add any optional ingredients, including Essential Oils for flavor (my favorite is Peppermint, Spearmint)

4. Store in small container like These.

 To use, either dip clean toothbrush into it, or use Popsicle stick or spoon to put it on the toothbrush.

There you have it homemade tooth paste. Everyone who has tested this for me likes it better then store bought. I feel like this gets my teeth so much cleaner.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Educational Apps Preschool - Adult

Math Tools
Units Convertor: *Convert time, temperature, volume, speed, distance, power, pressure, weight etc.
Hygrometer: Measure humidity where you live. See what's considered dry, comfortable or wet.
Free Compass: North, South, East, or West. Which way are you facing on the Earth?
Stopwatch: Time how long things take, or how fast your child can run!
Decibel Meter: *Measure how soft or loud sounds are.
Expert Calculator: Normal or scientific calculator that calculates numbers into the quadrillions.
Fraction Calculator : A calculator for fractions.
3D Protractor: Tilt the iPad to use this cool protractor.
Timer: Use for all sorts of things, from how long your child has to clean-up to toy sharing.
Weather Channel: Check your local weather as well as in different areas of the world. Chart it!

Practicing Math 
Math Worksheets: Worksheets for grades 3-8 with whiteboard.
Monkey Math: *Preschool Math
3rd Grade Splash Math: *Full year of fun 3rd grade math. Free version allows 20 questions a day.
Pizza Fractions: Beginner fraction work/game.
Equivalence Tiles: *"Hands-on" fraction and decimal work. For upper elem - high school.
Fraction Basics: Videos explaining everything you need to know about fractions.
2nd a Grade Splash Math: *Full year of fun 2nd grade math. Free version allows 20 questions a day.
Math Puppy Bingo: *Two game modes with addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.
Math Academy: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for elementary students.

Nuclear: *Build the periodic table of elements one element at a time.
Building Atoms, Ion's, Isotopes: Use the correct number of protons, neutrons, electrons to create.
Chemical Elements: Explore the table of elements.
Table of Elements: Explore the table with diagrams and detailed information on each element.
Periodic Table of Elements: Element flashcards.
Atoms in Motion: *Control and experiment with atoms, their state/temperature and note pressure.

Color Pad: *Free-color or color over pre-drawn pictures.
Inspire Pro Paint: Choose from a huge variety of brushes and colors to create a masterpiece.
Color Mixxa: *Mix colors together to see the result.

Google Earth: *Explore our planet Earth and all the lovely places it holds.
NASA: Explore the latest news, mission information, photos, videos and more.
Cosmic Universe: Beautiful 360 degree simulation of dark matter, gas, stars, and galaxies,
Star Chart: Point your device at the night sky and find out what you're looking at.
Moon: Hold the moon in your hands, spin and explore it's surface and more.
Mars Globe: Take a guided tour of Mars or explore yourself with detailed information.
Astrolabe: Clock showing position of Moon, planets and more today or travel to any day past/future.
Exoplanet: *Amazing exploration of exoplanets, Milky Way, solar system and beyond.
NASA Visualization Explorer: *The latest photos and cutting-edge research from NASA.

String: Modify tension, dampening, angular frequencing, amplitude to manipulate waves.
Particlescape: Beautiful particle and gravity simulator.
Weight Mass Force: *Explore effects of gravity on weight/mass on other planets and more.
Gravity Lab: Create your own solar system and observe Newton and Kepler's laws.
Gravity 2.0: *Create your own solar system and go into battle with realistic physics in this game.

Tiny Piano: More than 100 free songs. You control the timing of each note.
Music Studio: Keyboard, instruments, track sequencer, reverb, effects and more.

Hopscotch Coding for Kids: *Coding for kids. Create games, animations and more.

Puzzle and Strategy Games
Puzzles: *Sliced, drag and drop, and jigsaw puzzles aimed at toddlers and preschoolers.
Chromoverse: *Practice hand-eye coordination and speed while connecting particles to make chains.
Dots and Boxes: The classic game of lines and closing boxes on a grid.
Sudoku Kids: *Sudoku for kids using smaller puzzles and colors or numbers to solve.
Sunny Seeds: Find pairs of numbers with the sum of ten to clear the board.
Qwizful: *Fun quizzes for kids 4-7. Analogies, sequencing, math, vocabulary and more.
Qwizful Holiday Edition: Fun, holiday-themed brain-building quiz questions aimed at ages 4-7
Numbers Maze: *Mazes work on number recognition, counting, and skip counting.
Number Link: Connect the numbers in order but fill-in all the squares as you go.
Tetra Blocks: Basically classic Tetris for iPad.
Pipelines: *Create pipes by connecting color coded holes. Great for problem solving/spatial learning.
Space Dots: *Connect the numbers in order but fill-in all the squares as you go.

Cursive Writing: *Learn to write upper and lowercase cursive letters. All free.
Pre-K Letters and Numbers: *Learn to write letters, numbers and more. First three free.
Tracing Numbers: *Learn to write numbers 1-50. All free.
Writing Letters/Numbers in Spanish. Write and hear Spanish letters and numbers. 1st three free.

Spelling City: *Spelling, vocabulary and fun games for grades K-12
Phonics Genius: Huge app. teaching phonetic sounds and building phonetic awareness.
Build A Word: *Spelling fun and phonetic awareness for Pre-K and up.

Time and Money
Clockwork Puzzle: *Become familiar with clocks and learn to tell time.
Time Math: Learn to tell the time on a face clock.
Tell Time: *Time telling practice with various levels of play.
Money: *Practice counting bills and coins at various levels.
Count Money: Practice counting coins only at various levels.

iSleep Sphere: Control soothing sounds for sleep or when your child (or you!) need a break to relax.

Educational Video Series
Khan Academy: *4,200 free instructional videos for grades K-12
Brain Pop: *Fun, educational videos with quizzes for ages 9-12. A few free videos.
Brain Pop Jr. Fun, educational videos with quizzes for ages 6-8. A few free videos.
Smithsonian: Access thousands of educational videos in the Smithsonial collection. All free.

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101 Uses For Coconut Oil

Here are all the uses I can find for Coconut oil but I'm sure there are more.

  1. In cooking as a great oil with a high smoke point. Great for baking, stir-frys or as a dairy free replacement to butter.
  2. Taken supplementally for daily energy
  3. As a coffee creamer when emulsified into coffee (The only way I’ll drink coffee)
  4. On the skin as a basic lotion
  5. In homemade lotion bars for soft, smooth skin
  6. In homemade deodorant or deodorant bars
  7. As an eye-makeup remover
  8. As a cloth diaper safe diaper cream (just rub on baby’s bottom)
  9. In making your own Remineralizing Toothpaste
  10. To lighten age spots when rubbed directly on the skin
  11. To prevent stretch marks during pregnancy
  12. To support healthy thyroid function
  13. In homemade Mayo without the high PUFA vegetable oils
  14. To help increase sun tolerance and avoid burning
  15. As a naturally SPF 4 sunscreen
  16. In homemade lotion recipes
  17. To get rid of cradle cap on baby- just massage in to head, leave on for a few minutes and gently rinse with a warm wash cloth
  18. Topically to kill yeast or yeast infections
  19. As a delicious tropical massage oil
  20. It’s high Lauric acid and MCFA content helps boost metabolism
  21. A tiny dab rubbed on your hands and then through hair will help get rid of friz
  22. As an intensive nighttime facial moisturizer
  23. Mixed with equal parts sugar for a smoothing body scrub (use in the shower)
  24. Rubbed on lips as a natural chap stick
  25. Topically, can help skin heal faster after injury or infection
  26. Directly on the perineum to help heal after birth
  27. As an incredibly intensive natural conditioner- Rub into dry hair, put a shower cap on and leave for several hours
  28. On feet to fight athlete’s foot or fungus
  29. In place of Lanolin cream on nursing nipples to sooth irritation (also great for baby!)
  30. Can help sooth psoriasis or eczema
  31. There is some evidence that regular ingestion of coconut oil can help prevent or reverse Alzheimers
  32.  With apple cider vinegar as a natural treatment for lice that actually works
  33. In natural Homemade Sunscreen
  34. In healthy brain boosting snack for kids like Coconut Clusters
  35. In a filling and energy boosting Brain Powder Smoothie
  36. Rub coconut oil on the inside of your nose to help alleviate allergy symptoms
  37. Nursing moms can take 3-4 tablespoons a day (and Vitamin D) to increase milk supply and nutrients
  38. There is some evidence that coconut oil helps digestion and may even kill intestinal parasites or yeast
  39. Mix a tablespoon with a tablespoon of chia seeds for an all-day energy boost (do NOT take this at night!)
  40. Can help improve insulin levels
  41. Oil pulling with coconut oil and a drop of oregano oil helps improve gum health
  42. Can help improve cholesterol ratios
  43. Blend a tablespoon into hot tea to help speed recovery from cold or flu
  44. In Homemade Natural Bug-Off Lotion Bars
  45. As a replacement for vegetable oils in any recipe
  46. Better for high-temperature cooking than olive or vegetable oils
  47. Can help reduce appearance of varicose veins
  48. After initial heat is gone, can help speed healing of sunburn
  49. Is an immediate source of energy when eaten and isn’t stored as fat
  50. As a natural personal lubricant that won’t disturb vaginal flora
  51. As a naturally antibacterial skin cream
  52. In natural homemade diaper cream
  53. As a natural shave cream and after shave lotion
  54. When used consistently on skin it can help get rid of cellulite
  55. To season cast iron skillets
  56. It’s anti-inflammatory properties can help lessen arthritis
  57. Can reduce the itch of mosquito bites
  58. Can help resolve acne when used regularly
  59. Can be rubbed into scalp daily to stimulate hair growth
  60. I’ve used in kids ears to help speed ear infection healing
  61. On split ends to de-frizz
  62. A small amount can be rubbed into real leather to soften and condition (shiny leather only… test a small area first)
  63. By itself as a great tanning oil
  64. Mixed with salt to remove dry skin on feet
  65. Can help speed weight loss when consumed daily
  66. Can help improve sleep when taken daily
  67. Can be used to speed healing of fungal infections when taken internally and used externally
  68. A tablespoon melted into a cup of warm tea can help sooth a sore throat
  69. To help sooth the itch of chicken pox or poison ivy
  70. It has been shown to increase absorption of calcium and magnesium
  71. Internally as part of the protocol to help remineralize teeth
  72.  Some evidence shows that the beneficial fats in coconut oil can help with depression and anxiety
  73. By itself as a natural deodorant
  74. By itself or with baking soda as a naturally whitening toothpaste
  75. For pets struggling with skin issues when used externally
  76. Some evidence suggests that the beneficial fats in coconut oil are helpful for those with Autism
  77. In homemade vapor rub
  78. As a safe cooking oil for deep frying
  79. A tablespoon taken before each meal can help improve digestion
  80. Can be taken in warm ginger tea to sooth heartburn or nausea
  81. As a completely natural baby lotion
  82. On hands after doing dishes to avoid dry skin
  83. Mixed with catnip, rosemary, or mint essential oils as a natural bug repellent
  84. Can be used on mom’s nipple and baby’s mouth to help treat thrush
  85. Many use it as an anti-aging facial moisturizer
  86. Use to make coconut cream concentrate for a brain boosting snack
  87. Can be used internally and externally to speed recovery from UTIs
  88. When taken regularly, it can help fight candida
  89. When taken regularly, it can boost hormone production
  90. Can relieve the pain of hemorrhoids when used topically
  91. Can boost circulation and help those who often feel cold
  92. On cuticles to help nails grow
  93. Rub into elbows daily to help alleviate dry, flaky elbows
  94. Add to smoothies to give them a nutritional boost
  95. Internally during pregnancy to help provide baby necessary fats for development (especially when taken with Fermented Cod Liver Oil)
  96. In any recipes where vegetable oils are used
  97. Whipped with shea butter for a soothing body balm
  98.  To treat yeast infection. Soak a tampon in it and inserting the tampon for a few hours.
  99. Naturally clears up cold sores
  100. Ingesting coconut oil daily can help with allergy symptoms
  101. Ingesting coconut oil daily can increase mental alertness
Please feel free to share how you use it.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Tonight I'm going to share with y'all what vitamins I take everyday and where I get them. I'll also explain why I take them.
I get most of my stuff from If you use my link I'm part of the refer a friend. When you use my link both of us will get  $10 off.

How many I take-------What I take--------total MG-------Why I take it.
2 ----------------------Coconut Oil--------2000mg--------
2 tsp-------------------Elderberry extract------------------Immune support
2-----------------------Brewer's Yeast--------------------Helps with Breast Milk production.
2-----------------------BioAstin Hawaiin Astraxanthin--8mg-- Antioxidant, Endurance,internal sunscreen.
1-----------------------Vitamin D3-----2000mg-------Essential for bone maintenance 
4----------------------Odorless Garlic--4000mg-----Supports Cardiovascular health, Helps boost the Immune system.
2---------------------Cranberry------------------------To help with bladder inflammation 
I also take a probiotic everyday. I'm still trying to find the best deal on this and once I do I'll update where to buy it.

Just because I take these and they work for me does not mean they will work for everyone. 
As with anything do your research before taking any vitamins or supplements. Make sure you are 100% comfy with it before you take it. 

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Cloth DIapers

Yes I know what you're thinking "EWW cloth diapers are so gross." Really it's not so bad I promise.
 Look at it this way disposable diaper's take a really long time to decompose
No one really knows how long it takes to decompose since they haven't been around long enough to find out. Because of this disposable diapers are taking up A LOT of space in landfills. By switching to cloth diapers you'll be making less trash. This website here touches on a lot of reasons to switch to cloth. It also breaks down the cost of cloth vs disposable.

I just started using cloth diapers but so far I do like it. I like AIO 's best for day time  and Fitted with a cover for night. (Right Now. This could change over time). I also like that I can use the same diapers for my 2 year old as I do for my 8 week old. There's no more needing to buy different sized diapers.

I do have to do more washing but it's worth it for me.

Now to talk about washing I use Foca which you can get Here and Here. I also use a little bit of liquid Tide for the scent.
Now DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER it can mess your diapers up and they won't work right after that.
If you buy used or your diapers just aren't holding pee in like they should. You may need to strip them. I strip mine by soaking them in the washer with 1/4cup backing soda 1/8cup borax you can also put them in the bath tub with a little bit of bleach. Then washing like I normally would.
To wash I do a pre-rinse with baking soda and borax. Then I wash in hot water with some foca and alittle bit of Tide for smell. . I do have Iron hard water so this may not work for every one.
I dry them on the line for a little while then bring them in and fluff them in the dryer. You can also put them straight into the dryer but they may wear out faster.

Websites to get diapers. has some cheap starter diapers. I would go with this website they have good priced diapers
with a lot of different brands on the site. It's a good site to try different kinds and brands of diapers. You can get cheap Snappi's here  They also have just about every kind of diaper you want.

There are also a lot of WAHM's to buy from if you want a custom diaper.
Erica green on Etsy made 3 great diapers for me 1 cow print and 2 Navy camo with name tags on the back. She does great work with nice tight straight stitches. She also does fast works and ships fast. I will deff. be buying from her again. She makes beautiful custom diapers. Here is the link to her Facebook page and her Website.


AI2: all in two , usually has a snap in liner
AIO: all in one diaper
AP: Attachment Parenting
APLIX: brand of hook and loop similar to velcro

BSRB: Bagshot Row Bamboo, Inc. (diaper brand) 
BOV: bamboo organic velour
BKT: burly knit terry
BN: Brand New
Bump: Putting “bump” into a post is a way to move the thread back up to the top of a forum
BV: bamboo velour
BW: Baby Wear

CBOS: Cotton Babies One Size insert
CD: cloth diaper
CM: chubby medium
Colorway: The color of the yarn
Contour Diaper: Contour diapers are usually hourglass shaped with no folding necessary. Just lay them in a wrap or diaper cover
CPF: Chinese prefolds

DC# Delivery confirmation number
DSQ: Diaper service quality
DWR: Durable Water Repellent (a brand of spray used to re-waterproof diapers)

EBF: exclusively breastfed (you’ll see in reference to how a diaper holds EBF poo)
EC: Elimination communication: it is where babies don't wear diapers and the parents watch for cues that they are about to pee or poop and take them to the restroom. Lots of mamas swear by it (and it is practiced exclusively in many third world countries).
EO: essential oil
ETA: edited to add
EUC: excellent used condition

FFS: free for shipping
Fitted: Fitted diapers are used in place of prefolds or contours. They require a diaper cover or wrap, however they are cut in an hourglass shape and have elastic around the legs and waist and have either snaps or hook and loop fasteners
FL: front loader (washing machine)
FLAG: fits like a glove
FLAM: fits like a mitten
Flat: a diaper that is typically 27"x27" square, single ply diaper to fold
FOE: fold over elastic
FPP: funded PayPal
FRB: Flat Rate Box
FRE: Flat Rate Envelope
FS: for sale
FS: front snapping
FSOT: for sale or trade
FT: for trade
FUC: fair used condition
FTO: for trade only
FSO: for sale only

GN: gender neutral
GUC: good used condition

HC: Hyena Cart an online store
Hemp: hemp is made from the inner bark of the hemp plant. It is becoming increasingly popular for use in diapers because of its durability, absorbency and natural anti-microbial properties
Hyena: term for hard to get, popular diapers that are stalked by diaper hungry moms

IDNO: in desperate need of
IDSO: in desperate search of
IHA: I have available
IPF: indian prefold
ISO: in search of

LN: like new
LFRB: Large Flat Rate Box

M/L or ML: medium long (size usually the same as a medium except for the rise
MM: Malden Mills (Brand of fleece)
MMAO: Make Me An Offer
MFRB: Medium Flat Rate Box

NB: newborn

OC: organic cotton
OCV: organic cotton velour
OSFM: one size fits most
OS: one size - a diaper that usually fits a child from birth up until about 35 lbs
OV: organic velour

PF: prefold - diapers with a center strip thickness - they still need to be folded to fit the baby
PL’ed: Potty Learned or Learning
PIF: Pay it Forward
PP: PayPal
PPD: postage paid domestic (you'll see this when a price listed includes shipping)
PSA: public service announcement
PUL: polyurethane laminate, a material used to make diaper covers/wraps, the outer of many pocket diapers or AIOs
 PYAN: passed you a message

QD: quick dry

RLR: is a laundry additive that softens the water and helps remove/prevent build for people who have hard water.
RME: Revolution Money Exchange A new company that is competition for Paypal.

SAHD: stay at home dad
SAHM: stay at home mom
SC: suedecloth (stay dry inner folds)
SS: side snapping
Stalking: is waiting around for a product to stock. People ask for stalking help to have better odds at scoring items on HC
Stripping: this is when you have detergent buildup in your diapers and you must run multiple hot rinses until the bubbles are gone
SFRB: Small Flat Rate Box

TBW: The BabyWearer
TDF: to die for
T&T :Turned and Topstitched (some people prefer this as opposed to serged edges on fitteds)
TTO: tea tree oil
TFTO: Temporarily For Trade Only

UBCPF: unbleached chinese prefolds
UBIPF: unbleached Indian prefolds
UC: used condition
UF: ultimate fit

VGUC: very good used condition

WAHM: work at home mom
WIO: wool in one -AIO with a wool cover rather than fleece or cotton
WOHD: work out of home dad
WOHM: work out of home mom
Wool Soaker: A wool soaker is basically a diaper cover made exclusively of wool.

YPA: you pick all

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