1. I don't really like chocolate chip cookies much
2. or ice cream.
3. Thanks to the Motrin thing I was sent this organic pouch & footed blanket (which is absolutely awesome) from New Native Baby Carrier to compliment to my video response. How nice is that?
4. It was kinda fun getting emails and calls from people that saw me on the news.
5. Twitter is quite helpful if you have a question (see below.)
6. I think Ivy needs the Sno Flugan Hoodie by tea.
7. Speaking of tea, I have a new post up at the tea collection blog here.
I think Ivy might be getting some cradle cap, so I went straight to Twitter to find out what really works. Here's the responses!
Adriennevh @babysteph steel wool. I kid!
MeaganFrancis @babysteph ugh, for me nothing but patience! And sometimes a little olive oil and a soft brush. :)
elainea @babysteph I used to put baby oil in their hair. It's a little well, "oily" ; ) but it works!
mamarussell @babysteph Selsun Blue (sp?)
Adriennevh @babysteph Oh yeah, nevermind that's my cure for diaper rash.
thelemons @babysteph I have to say that Arbonne baby oil worked for Z. I put it on his head after every bath, after washing his hair w/ a brush.
dizzyparenting @babysteph We used to gently massage olive oil into our babys' heads when they had it. Morning and night. It takes a few days, but works.
thelemons @babysteph Did that make any sense? 140 char not a lot of blabbing room.
FriedOkra @babysteph Baby oil will get it off that sweet little head, but there's nothing I know of that "cures" it. Matthew's is still bad, too.
laurathemum @babysteph olive oil & a fine tooth comb. good luck. cradle cap always grossed me out!
MelissaKellas @babysteph I have used vaseline and comb through - seemed to do it for us
naturalmommy @babysteph let olive oil sit on head (maybe inside a cap) for a while. brush out flakes.
summerinfl @babysteph doctor told us to use baby oil. However, my daughter is almost 2 and still has some
Selkie1970 @babysteph olive oil. massage oil into scalp. nice warm bath, get all steamy. scrape out crusts w/ fingernails or brush. wash hair.
prairiemama1 @babysteph you and me both! Rub some olive oil on her head and let it sit for a while. Then, comb through, it will get most of it off.
prairiemama1 @babysteph oh yeah, then wash it ;)
mom2kchmw2001 @babysteph baby oil. rub it in and let it soak. next time you shampoo hair it should go.
caseyplusthree @babysteph I dealt with cradle cap with every kid, zach just got some, I used a brush when washing his hair and it's gone already
thebkwyrm @babysteph Rub olive oil on the little noggin, and use a very soft old toothbrush to loosen and slough off the dead skin. Worked for me!
togetherbe @babysteph not sure you still need cradle cap suggestions, but we like olive oil. Leave in a couple minutes, comb with little comb, shampoo
ParentopiaDevra @babysteph Just saw your tweet, so u might have this one. But in case not. Olive oil works awesome.
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