To move a culture and invoke change, conversation must be provoked, boundaries moved, and sometimes good rules challenged. Change is never comfortable. It rarely happens within the drawn lines. But without it, nothing new happens. We aren’t here to do what everyone has already done. Again. Let’s change things. – Jennifer Labit
My husband wanted to take our kids to see Cars 3 for Father’s Day, so, while I was flying back from teaching a cloth diapering class at an event in Phoenix, he bought tickets. We went to a Sunday morning, 10:30am show with all four kids ranging in age from 4 – 14. Four-year-old Louis […]
Dear Jimmy, Seventeen years ago, when we got married in front of a few people at that church we rented…. neither of us could have ever dreamed what life had prepared ahead of us. Little did we know that the decision to get pregnant with our first baby was going to be the beginning of some of […]
Women are defined as disruptive if we are too loud, too smart, too opinionated, too successful, or know what we are talking about. We are told to speak up if we are too quiet. When we speak up, we are spoken over. We are asked to be professional. Which means quiet. We should always remain agreeable. Anything else is disruptive… yet disruption is how change happens. It’s time to find your voice. – Jennifer Labit
In this Facebook Live video, we go over the package labeling for several major brands of disposable diapers and discover which company actually discloses the most information about their product to consumers.