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Week one in numbers

I was thinking it would be cool to figure out the carbon footprint of Miloh's first year of life. I wanted to include not only diapers, laundry and clothes but also car seats and all the things that need to be replaced every few months.

But I realized that would be a huge pain in my instead we decided to take counts of day to day things in Miloh's life. Every Sunday or Monday I'll try to upload a new infographic of what that week was like. The weeks run from Friday until Thursday.


  1. This is awesome! Cool name by the way... the "h" at the end translates to "pretty bad-ass." That's just my opinion.

  2. LOL. Did you use an iPhone app to log all that?

  3. This is so great! Did you use wordle? I love that I now know about how many diapers to expect the first week for baby V :)

  4. I love it, that is adorable!

  5. I created it in Adobe Illustrator so I could have more control.

  6. love this. and wish we had thought of doing that. ::note to self for next kid::

  7. How long do you think you will be keeping track of these things?

  8. great idea! would be perfect to print up and frame/include in a memory book. love it!


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