I feel a little late to the Pinterest party. I mean, I've had a page for years, but only recently have I embraced it as core part of my day. Ok, maybe I'm a little addicted, but I'm also just a little more inspired.
If you're like me, you share a love/hate relationship with Pinterest.
I love getting lost in a sea of adorable babies, inspirational quotes, creative projects and tasty recipes. I hate that I can't act on all of the giddiness I feel as I scroll up and down the pages. It's a good frustration and has actually led me to tackle new projects.
What's more is the true depth of the content that Pinterest holds. In the past, I never would've turned to this site as a primary resource for reflux or other baby or childcare tips. There was Google, Babycenter, books and a treasure trove of random links around the web.
So, instead of being driven mad and having to create your own website just to bookmark the best resources (**cough ** cough downwithspitup.com **cough **cough), with Pinterest you can nicely place them amongst much more pleasant topics and sleeping puppies.
As a service for moms, dads and caregivers to come, please connect with me on my Pinterest board Spitup, Reflux & Colic and share good links or pins you find.
My goal is to make the best darn board on the topic because, and without question, any family dealing with these issues can use a dose of distraction with their reality.
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Yea, I went there. Nearly half of all babies spit up, regularly. Some more, some less, and for many it's just plain scary.
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