Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Diaper Sprayer

We made our diaper sprayer this weekend. We got the basics of the operation here : http://gidgetgoeshome.com/2008/08/25/diy-tutorial-make-your-own-diaper-sprayer/. But we have some modifications. I'm going to post our step by step instructions here in the next week or so, but I sort of need to brush up on my HTML first. It will be the easiest way to post pics in the thread without having to link to Photobucket. I know you're all on the edge of your seats for that!

Also- I received my cloth inserts in the mail yesterday! Oh man, they are so cute. It's almost a shame that they are just for poop and pee. I'll post pics of them as well, here in a few days. Again, if the powers that be want to get together and place a sewing machine under the Christmas tree, I'll be able to make my own. Heck, I can make my own and make some to sell to other people. I'll be so crafty! And have money to spend! Maybe... =)

What's new here? There's a part time job available at a daytime vet in Naperville. I am considering applying for it. I would need to figure out child care for the days that I'd be working, though. There are a few ladies from church who run a home daycare, so maybe that is an option. I'm really rather torn. I would love to have a few hours of my day to be an adult. I would like to keep up my technical skills until I am able to go back to school to get my certification. On the other hand, I like being home with Baby Bear. I like being able to play with him and do things with him. I think with a part time job, I would be able to have the best of both worlds. I'm just not sure what to do. I never planned on being a stay at home mom. I always thought I would be a working mom. I love the fact that I am able to be home with Baby Bear, but I also feel like I'm letting my goal slip away slowly. I don't want to wait until he is 6 years old and have lost ALL of my technical skills. I just can't decide. I don't know what the right thing to do is. I suppose I just need some time to weigh all the options.

1 comment:

David said...

Although I applaud your ingenuity to go through all that effort of going to the store(maybe more than once?) and then have modifications to make sounds like allot of trouble to try and save $10.00? For people who are not quite so handy though you can get a complete kit for under $35.00 at http://www.bathroomsprayers.com and it comes with a better quality and more attractive looking T-Valve water connection. Saves you allot of time too. They also have a greater selection of styles and colors than anyone else. I'm not sure how many people know this these were originally created for washing yourself after using the toilet and can save you allot of money on toilet paper!

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