MicroBlog Monday: Mystery Solved

I don’t know what to write today! I am open to suggestions and questions. Please!?

I decided to ask a friend what to write about since I am lying in bed with a migraine and kinda running out of Monday… I remembered this link I saw about why baby shirts have flaps on the shoulders. I feel pretty cheated that I never knew this! I have been a nanny for 7 years and had never seen this done or heard it mentioned.

Did you know about this onesie trick? I wonder what else I am missing… Please share your parenting and baby care tricks and short cuts!

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8 Responses to MicroBlog Monday: Mystery Solved

  1. I learned about it AFTER Daphne was out of them, and I worked in a daycare for years.

  2. Glad I’m not the only one!

  3. deathstar44 says:

    I never knew that! I’m pretty sure I choked my kid at least half a dozen times trying to pull the onesie over his head!

  4. Sarah says:

    Far out! My mom told me it was because babies have such enormous heads relative to their bodies, standard neck holes wouldn’t work.

    This was info I could’ve used two years ago, but not do much now, lol. Think of the diaper blow outs that could’ve been dismantled less messily!

    I wonder how she figured this out – and why don’t onesies come with instructions!?

  5. Mel says:

    OH! That is so funny. I never knew that. I mean, of course, I noticed the folds, but just thought it was a style thing.

  6. JustHeather says:

    I learned it only after my son was mostly done with explosions and I now thankfully have the chance to use it this time around.

  7. clwalchevill says:

    Why indeed don’t oneies come with these instructions? This is genius!!!

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