CHANGED DIAPERS LATELY?

HATE CHANGING DIAPERS?

THIS LADY’S CHANGED 36,000 OF THEM!

I must confess there were times in the beginning, when the constant pressure of motherhood (and the smell!) could have gotten me down. But looking into the fragile and impressionable little faces reminded me their emotional security was more important than my momentary inconvenience. I told myself that only a finite number of diaper changes would be needed until this little one grew up. From that moment on I embraced every opportunity to relate with smiles, coos, laughter and assurance that this precious little baby not only came first, but was an important person worthy of my time and attention. One day the phrase came out of my mouth, “Changing Diapers are Mommy and Baby’s chance to say “Hi!” to one another!”

The idea hit me – what a great thing to remind moms of:

Forget the TOLL and remember the GOAL!

Since that time I found Cafe Press – who will print up your designs on a T-shirt and at a reasonable price! I ordered some and they came within a few days. You can get my T-Shirt too – HERE!

 

ABOUT the AUTHOR and ILLUSTRATOR:

Her 7 kids are grown (and yes, she’s changed over 36,000 diapers in her time).  As an Emmy Award winning animation artist, author and illustrator and director of the non profit charity Edu Designs, Ruth gives Art presentations to schools and enjoys sharing ideas to help busy parents with the challenges of raising their kids to be productive and positive people! She offers parents tools for positive behavior  through Spirit-Led Supermoms.

 

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