My kindergartener is having a blast in school. He’s learned to read and write multiple sentences at a time. His math skills are on point. He loves all of his “specials” equally. Oh, and he’s socializing like crazy.
As a matter of fact, it’s so prominent that it made an appearance on his report card.
And while I totally agree with and support his teacher (he needs to focus more and talk less), I feel it’s a valuable thing for him to be learning. Communication and social skills are pretty important…when done at the right times. 😉
As a grown-up, I feel like I’ve gotten worse at socializing. I’m awkward at topic choices, always second guess whether I offended someone when sharing my opinions, and stumble over my words darn near constantly.
The more that we, as parents, stay in and avoid seeing friends, the harder it becomes. But, I’m … Read More
Back in the Summer of 2016 Thirsties released Cactus Garden and Melon Party. These beautiful watercolor prints were the first in a now long line of artistic Thirsties creations. We thought we’d pull these beauties out for a fun Throw Back Thursday! See the giveaway form below for your chance to snag Cactus Garden and Melon Party.
The most common questions about cloth diapering revolve around laundry. How do I get them prepped to use? What’s a good wash routine? Do I prewash? Rinse? Hot or warm? Line dry?
Well, our customer service guru, Jessica, addressed many of the basics of diaper laundry in a recent #ThirstiesLive discussion and we’re ecstatic to be able to share her topic with you here today. For more great advice and cloth diaper topics, be sure to check in with the Thirsties team every Friday at 1PM MST on Facebook and 1:45PM MST on Instagram for #ThirstiesLive.
You can find this information and much more at our Customer Center section of our website, as well. (The pull-down area will allow you to find your specific concern.)
First things first, though.
Before using cloth diapers, it’s important to launder them properly. This will ensure that any natural oils are removed … Read More