I can’t believe I didn’t tell you about this yet. I have a really good reason though: I wasn’t sure I wanted you to know how big of a weirdo I am. That’s good, right? Anyway, last weekend, Ellen and I participated in The Great Cloth Diaper Change in an attempt to break a Guinness world record. Pretty exciting Saturday, right? Gone are the days when I used to tailgate and go to MSU football games or head out with some friends to an all day concert. Nope. Nowadays, an exciting Saturday is going into a church basement and wiping my child’s rear end alongside a few dozen other cloth-diapering mamas while listening to a local children’s band singing “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.” Woo Wee!
Here are a few pictures from the event. We don’t have any pictures of the actual change because that’s against the law and stuff. What? Dozens of naked babies being photographed by strangers is illegal? Yes. Yes it is. Anyway, here is what I’ve got for you:
So, we don’t know if we broke the record yet. I’ll keep you updated on that news; be sure of it! And, if you’re looking at the pictures thinking, “That’s not a lot of people…” you’re right. It was a world wide event, so our numbers are being tallied by Guinness with groups from all over the world. Fingers crossed that I get to go down in history with this awesome honor attached to my name.
I’ll be sure to remember all of you little people who were here from the start.