I have no interesting news to report today, other than the fact that we’re officially using convertible carseats (if that is interesting?)I went to the fire station the other day with the babies where they installed them for me, which was interesting. It was a little wierd that they couldn’t get the third one in correctly, so we had to put the infant seat back for the time being.. isn’t that why I went to the fire station? Anyway, the fire people were all super nice, the babies got to see fire trucks and they even turned on all the lights on the trucks for them. When they are a little older I think they’ll appreciate things like that more.
Since I have nothing else interesting to report on, and I’m too lazy right now to write about it myself, I thought I’d put a few links in here that explain a lot about cloth diapers, how they work, and the cost analysis. I know a lot of people think that since they have to be washed, you are using up resources and increasing your water bill, which make it not worth it, but that’s really not the case. The amount of resources/money used to launder the diapers is nothing compared to the cost of disposables. These websites are from a few blogs that I read:
The Cost of Cloth Diapering
And here’s where I get my diapers, this seller is very kind in offering a discount to Moms of multiples: Simple Wonders Diapers