So this morning I happened to come across this MUST have for Josh. For all of you who know Josh, he has the weakest stomach of anyone I know. He can smell something that does not settle with him, and he'll be in the bathroom in an instant. How he has made it through some of Noah's diapers-- I do not know. BUT... I found the solution for him. It is a daddy diaper changing toolbox.
Here is what is included inside:
-Mask-- toxic fume filter for when it doesn't smell like roses.
-Goggles-- for protection against your own mini version of Old Faithful.
-Patent Pending Poop Poncho-- need we say more???
-Tongs-- several inches of steel separation between you and the little warm wrapped gift.
-Turkey Baster-- for precision hiney washing.
-Ear/Nose Plugs-- use with care.
-Pacifier-- scream plug.
-Baby Wipes-- for cleaning baby bottom and various parts.
-Diaper for newborn-- cute as a kitten until it gets wet then it looks and smells like a sewer rat.
-Bio Hazard bag and Rubber gloves-- for quarantine containment of the nuclear meltdown.
-Emergency Formula Container-- doubles as a PeePee cover
-Hand Wipes-- to clean up afterward. (For Dad's use only).
-Picture Frame-- "this is your badge of honor."
Does anyone else think Josh needs this?
No, seriously, Josh has done an AMAZING job with Noah. He is such a good daddy. The deep love Josh has for Noah is evident in everything he does for him and our family. He not only provides for us, but he makes effort everyday to spend time with his family. He desires and is the spiritual leader both me and Noah need. I thank God for the wonderful husband and father that he is.
Before I had to go back to work after maternity leave, I was anxious about what we would do with Noah when we both had to work. Would he have to go to a day care? How would we work our schedules out to where we could all be together as a family? In Philippians 4:6 it says, "Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." That is what we did. I can not tell you how perfect everything has worked out. God provided a way for us. Noah has been able to stay home with either Josh or me. Josh is able to work his schedule around mine and take care of Noah when I'm away. God is our provider and always has been. We are so blessed. Thank you Lord.
Be encouraged by this. Do not be anxious about anything. Pray about it, because God IS faithful to answer. Have a wonderful day!