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02 November 2006 @ 10:37 am
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Hi y'all! This is my first post in this community, so I thought I'd introduce myself and my baby girl.

My name is Megan and I'm 20 years old (just turned 20 in July), I'm a single mom so Kaylee's biological father's out of the picture, but I have a boyfriend whose taken up being a dad quite well. His name is Robert and he's 23.

I have one daughter who's 6 months old and her name is Kaylee. We're from San Luis Obispo, CA.  I've breastfed Kaylee since she was a week old, before that I pumped and bottlefed her due to her prematurity. I started cloth diapering back in July/August, so I'm pretty new to it.  Kaylee's eating solids, I wore her in the Moby Wrap when she was smaller; but she weighs 19 lbs 8 oz now and my thin frame can't take it!


from left to right: Kaylee at 5 mos, Kaylee (4 mos) and Robert, Kaylee (2 mos) and me.


 
 
 
Andimcandiburger on November 2nd, 2006 06:04 pm (UTC)
What a cutie! I love her eyes.

Welcome!
meganbio_stilettoes on November 2nd, 2006 06:06 pm (UTC)
Thank you! glad to be here! :)

red-iliciousred_canuck on November 2nd, 2006 07:17 pm (UTC)
welcome! I've seen you around the CD community a bit :) what a cutie pie you have!
meganbio_stilettoes on November 2nd, 2006 07:54 pm (UTC)
Thank you!

yeah... I'm always posting on there, looking at people's FSOT lists. :)

Jim & Dianne Mock: Smug Marlowethemocks on December 18th, 2006 04:30 pm (UTC)
I know this response is late; so hopefully you have email notice on. Just going back through the spring babies posts and wanted to address your moby wrap issues.

My son is 23 1/2 lbs and we carry him easily in a Mei Tai style carrier. The brand we use is a Kozy Carrier. He can be worn in front, facing in or out and on the back as well. There's also the website - http://www.thebabywearer.com/ which can help you learn about other carriers. And there's also a baby wearing support group called NINO (Nine In, Nine Out) that is all over the place that meets and lets mom's try on different carriers and helps you learn how to use them.