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My friend just gave birth to a bouncy baby boy. He is the cutest baby so far especially when he works on his smiley blue eyes on me. My friend being a first time Mom is always worried about simple things. I can’t blame her. It is her first time and he is her first baby. She only wants the best for his new bundle of joy. One day she was crying on the phone and I panicked. I thought something bad happened to her baby boy. I drove to her house only to find out that her baby blue eyes has diaper rash. Big deal! Yes, indeed.

If you have a baby, there is nothing more important than knowing that your baby feels comfortable and rash-free. So I drove back home and took the Boudreaux's Butt Paste which I supposed to send to my sister-in-law for my 1-year old niece. I gave it to her and will just buy a new one next time.

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Comments

Sarap mo naman maging friend Amiga! you gf is lucky to have you. Curious lang ako, usually kasi tinuturo yan sa hospital bago cya palabasin ng doctor. lahat ng kakylanganin nyang malaman ay i-brief cya like diaper rush, nipple pain etc...un gf ko rin kakapanganak lng din at na mention nya ang orientation na dinanas nya sa loob ng hospital bago cya i-release..hehehe I think maganda un for first time mom. But nway, she's luck kasi andyan ka :-) sana ur here din Amiga :-) hehehe

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