I currently have a 4-year-old and a 2-year-old and live life on a budget. I thought I would share some of my ideas of fun things to do, which doesn’t cost much money. What I have learnt through my work as a childrens nurse and my experience as a Mum is that children just want your attention, therefore just by making the time to play with them will make them happy.
If you really want to plastic-free in your life, start by getting a large trash bag….oh, wait…is that made of plastic? Why, yes it is! Use it anyway.
The article states that plastic shopping bags are usually made of polyethylene. Did you know that, although popular for its economy and versatility, it requires 1000 years for a bag to degrade. And in reality, umweltschutz bags do not biodegrade, but photo degrade. Photo degrade means that the bags break into smaller and smaller pieces which end up contaminating soil and waterways as they degrade. Eventually these small pieces make it into the food chain.
Momo Baby Glass Feeding Bottle. Absolutely free from BPA, Lead, PVC and Phthalate, Momo glass baby bottles could be your best choice when your baby is colicky. With its slow flow nipple property, with high transparency and strength, your baby may find it enjoyable to feed at any time of the day. The pop-up cap makes the nipple secure and clean. And for your convenience, Momo Glass Feeding Bottles are dishwasher, sterilizer and microwave-safe.
In the US, there has been no significant federal action to plastic-free bag waste, so it is up to each of us as individuals to control the amount of bags that are contaminating our environment. And, we can do it one bag at a time.
Before you leave your puppy by himself in a pen, make sure you take him out to the toilet. The pen should be lined with newspapers, and the puppy should have an adequate supply of food, water and sturdy chew toys. You must never leave a puppy alone with cheap plastic toys or chews that have detachable parts that your puppy can easily choke on.
Plastics contain BPA. BPA has been linked to serious, long-term health issues such as cancer and causing developmental problems in young children. Are you willing to take that risk with you and loved ones? Why put anyone at risk? It is an easy fix. Just make the switch.
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