Thursday, September 4, 2008

Paper or Plastic?

I don't remember making so many decisions growing up. "Give your child Choices" was not exactly how my parents parented. And really, by the time I started making my own choices, it was more, the navy blue shirt or the sea green one? This movie or That one? Collar up, or down? Then, fill the car with gas, What can I buy with the $ that's left? (oh, that's now too..) Adulthood comes with some BIG decisions. Like, Buy or Rent?, cool car or economical one? This job or That one? And Parenting? REALLY BIG decisions. Are they hungry or tired? spank or time out? public school or private? soccer or ballet or baseball or violin or tennis or jazz or football or piano? It is never ending.
So, these are the choice I am making now: Feel free to weigh in.
Cloth diapers or disposables?
What should we name this baby?
To Wii or not?
One or two new mattress for the bunk beds?
Do-it-yourself pedicure or treat myself?
Slippers or socks for the hospital stay?
New summer sheets now, or in the spring?
The mower AND loader or which one for Will?
What toddler car seat? What infant seat? What changing table? What vacuum? What Ipod?
And one decision I need no help with, Yes, Yes, I would like some more of that fresh peach cobbler....

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islandgirl said... Best Blogger Tips

Such easy decisions...
Obviously disposal diapers.
If it is a girl, Brook Elizabeth
Of course you should wii
Treat yourself to a pedicure at least once every 8 weeks, do it yourself in between. Sock AND slippers for the hospital.....and the last decision was just too clear. ALWAYS have more fresh peach cobbler!

Lisa (the mom) said... Best Blogger Tips

TREAT YOURSELF! You can't really reach them anyway!
Now...on sale
One now, one for Christmas
Don't you have the ones you used for the other kids?
High-gig Video
As much as you's fruit!

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Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Sarah, Sarah, Sarah...I've got all the answers for you {it's much easier to make decisions for others:)}

According to (which you know I check frequently!) it takes 500 years for a disposable diaper to decompose so ABSOLUTELY cloth

Yes to a Wii



Both, who knows how you will feel..

Now & winter ones too!

Evenflo, they have the best safety rating

Dyson, I'd run into a burning house to save my Dyson

Ipod, go old school Nano, it's a great size