Diaper Creams – Must Haves

The birth rate is low because people do not want to bring children into this world! Simple as that. I would love to have grandchildren someday. But, I know that they would be born into a world that we have destroyed with our greed and complete thoughtlessness of future generations. This isn’t about diapers or best diaper creams, it is about what we have destroyed.

Yah, it never went like that at my house my son was tactile defensive and hated being wet. My daughter was afraid of water on her head because one time some accidentally went down her face. Lots of crying till they were older and liked playing in it. I myself am defensive against certain noises, songs and tone of voice certain country western songs make me so crazy I want to hurt someone.


Babies React Differenty To Diapers – Best Diaper Creams Help

Diaper RashGuys every baby reacts to different diapers differently! Just because your baby broke out in rash (which honestly probably had nothing to do with the diaper itself ) doesn’t mean every baby will. My daughter had such sensitive skin I had to change her IMMEDIATELY after any bathroom activity as done. We used these and parents choice and they both worked just fine and didn’t cost an arm and a leg.

If a woman isn’t a millionaire it’s very dangerous to have a child. Women aren’t valued or listened to. Who knows what the insurance situation will be like in nine months? Maybe Jeff sessions will deem that women who decide to have sex shouldn’t have insurance. Maybe by that time they’ll put pregnant women in prison camps.

Clearly there is a ton of research that could be done on the issue for which I currently don’t have a lot of time. Instead of deleting this post, I will leave it up so that the article doesn’t go away for anyone who wishes to read it.


Diaper Problems?

The world is overpopulated as it is. I don’t see this as a problem. Is it a problem for diaper companies? Apparently, but their well being is not the concern of citizens so much as the well being of our planet.

You know, I’m sure Pampers and Huggies can figure out how to cope. This drop in births is good for the landfills, good for parents who don’t want kids, good for a lot of reasons. Let’s not forget that. That corporate profits would drop because of fewer births is a cause for concern is putting care and worry in the wrong place.

Kids are expensive and I’ve always seen them as part of the population problem I don’t want to exacerbate the problem, having kids increases your impact on the environment, as the population increases it increases the demand for resources which puts more pressure on the environment.

I don’t see how it’s possible for them to lose money at the prices they charge for diapers. I have a severely autistic son who is 4 and nowhere near ready to potty train. He wears size 7 pampers swaddles that cost an arm and a leg.


Where to Buy Diaper Creams Walmart – Amazon – Target

Previously they were only available in that size online but Walmart has recently started stocking them. Most kids move on from diapers by age 3, for parents of special needs children this can be an extremely high lifelong expense.

1.) regardless of how much one makes they complain about their job and would rather do something else two or three days out of the week than drive x amount of miles and work x amount of hours per day. That just means their kids will be in the same boat. (Kind of like the movie Groundhog Day where you’re repeating pretty much the same scenario each day)

2.) pollution/environmental problems. There was just a piece yesterday about how Antarctica is melting faster than expected and will lead to problems in about 50 years time. Not to mention all the trash people throw out on the roads. Really nasty. And I’ll pick up other people’s trash and throw it away.

3.) some people as they get older probably wish they were never born (like me)