Aug 06, 2020
Super organised mum spends hours making baby packs to speed up nappy changes and others reckon she’s on to something
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EXPECTANT mums would do anything to make adjusting to life with a newborn a breeze.
And one mum might have just out-hacked even the most organised parents after revealing the extremely clever way she plans to speed up nappy changes.3Kimmy Mcknight spent three whole hours created multiple packs which had filled an entire drawerCredit: Facebook
Kimmy Mcknight spent three whole hours making baby packs that consist of a couple of nappies, a bib and a new, clean outfit - and she made enough to completely fill two large drawers.
Her idea is to have the packs ready made so she doesn't have to fuss about when it comes to nappy-changing time.
But the best part is that the mum-to-be hasn't even had her little bub yet and still has to wait until October to make use of her ready-made packs.
Wanting to share the idea with other busy parents, Kimmy posted snaps of her super organised ways online - and it's safe to say other mums were extremely impressed by the idea.3Kimmy insisted on doing anything to make life as a new mum easier, so prepared the packs for when her bub arrives in OctoberCredit: Facebook
In the Mums Who Cook, Clean and Organise Facebook group, the Aussie mum wrote: "Roughly 3hrs to do this but I’m done until I get some more bags!!
"But seeing as [you're] sore no matter how you give birth, decided this would be a great idea an helpful for myself or whoever!! (I’m due in October but I could go earlier).
She also added that she'll add a pair of sock to the bags once she gets some more and that she'll be "packing these in bubbies hospital bag" - genius.
"Well done Kimmy! This works for you, go right ahead! I am going to do this too I think! Never know what will happen! Best of luck girl we are in similar situations", one mum said.3She plans on popping some in the hospital bag to take with her and will eventually add a pair of socks tooCredit: Facebook
And another wrote: "This is a great idea for easy packing into nappy bags for short babysitting stints, so good ."
"It’s so good you are thinking on how to make things easier for your self. These bags are perfect for taking to the hospital and we did it for all our children, made it so easy in the moment to grab out everything for dressing them the first time", a third added.
Some women even said they do something similar - but not just for the hospital bag, but for daycare and car trips too.
"I did this with both my babies! We breezed through grabbing extra clothes and dressing baby", one woman shared.
And another said: "I did this when we were travelling around UK and Europe when [ours] was 10 months. Was so good!"
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Coronavirus has forced us to care more about others, Europes chief Rabbi says
London’s Jewish Community Celebrates Rosh Hashanah
Smartphones have made us more selfish, Europe’s chief rabbi has suggested, but coronavirus has forced us to care more about others.
Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, Chief Rabbi of Moscow and President of the Conference of European Rabbis, made the comments as the world’s Jewish community celebrate Rosh Hashanah this weekend.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Rabbi Goldschmidt said: “We live in a postmodern generation, an individualistic generation, where the individual usually takes precedence over the public or society and everything we do is with iPhone, iPod, everything is ‘I’ and I think this challenge which was brought to us, this pandemic, [it shows that] if something is happening thousands of miles away in a Chinese province it can affect us.
“Humanity has to stand together and strive for each other.”
His comments come as the UK Government issued unprecedented guidance for Jews preparing to celebrate the festival, including keeping two metres apart from fellow worshippers in synagogue.
New regulations imposed on blowing of shofar – or ram’s horn – were imposed in effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, meaning that it cannot be shared, must be blown in the opposite direction from congregants and those who blow the horn must bring their own.
Jews consider it to be a good deed to hear the shofar being blown during the prayer service on Rosh Hashanah.
The Torah does not specify why the shofar must be blown on Rosh Hashanah. However, it has been speculated, among other reasons, that its trumpeting call heralds the exciting event of the Jewish New Year.
Rabbi Goldschmidt also spoke about the ongoing Brexit negotiations, and said that if the UK decided it would rejoin the European Union, it would be “a miracle”.
“I think very much that this divorce will not extend into a tragic comedy,” he said. If the divorce is going to be final, it should be final.”
However he added: “I hope we can still put some sense into some people and if we get back together, it would be a miracle and I hope we would do it.”