We are so uncomfortable in our own skin, that we don’t even know that we are uncomfortable in our own skin.
Speaking of skin, I don’t know if I’m alone here, but I have majorly struggled with my baby’s super-sensitive skin.
(More on our own discomfort in a second. This story is relevant – promise.)
First, it was the cradle cap (which is really just eczema) in month-one of my daughter’s life on this planet. Then, she developed dry skin on the back of her arms during month-two of being here. And, starting in month-three and up until today, which is roughly month-twenty-three, she’s had near-constant diaper rash.
I’ve gotten rid of this diaper rash at least fifty times through various concoctions.
It always comes back within one week.
She’s even leaving diapers behind and wearing underwear these days. Yet, the diaper rash somehow is only getting worse.
The war against diaper rash goes on with no end in sight.
Until, today. Read More