My wife and daughter are going to visit her folks for a week in southern VA starting this Sunday. That leaves me opportunities to do some regression I normally can't do. My son will still be here and is between jobs right now, but he likes to sleep in until late morning. I only get this chance once a year, so want to make the most of it.
Here's what I've been thinking: I want to try another baby-ish diaper, so while looking in Rite-Aid this afternoon I see they carry XL Underjams, Huggies 4T/5T PullUps, and Rite-Aid brand "Kids Pants" and "Overnites". The PullUps and Underjams have been discussed at length on the forums and I'm leaning more towards one of those brands. Anyone have experience with Rite Aid brands either pro or con? Absorbancy is not a biggie at all since I'll be wearing mainly just to wear and not use. I do plan on trying to sleep in whatever I buy, so just need to make sure the diaper won't self destruct fitting my 32" waist without tape to hold everything together. GoodNites fit me without splitting, so these others should fit about the same I'd think.
I'm also contemplating trying a bottle with some homemade "formula". Still undecided whether to get a plain bottle or one of the liner (nurser) types such as Playtex makes. Might even be time for a new #3 paci. That would be it for purchases so as to not have too much evidence stashed away, waiting to be accidently discovered by another family member.
I'd like to set up our old crib and/or highchair and do some sleeping/eating in them, but I'd have to do it in the wee hours of the morning while my son was asleep upstairs. The thought of napping in the crib with my new blankie and celebi plushie is appealing. However, that might be pushing the risk factor of getting caught a bit too high.
Any comments or suggestions on what I plan on doing, or what you would do in my situation are certainly welcome, and even encouraged.