I know there is nicotine gum, but it just doesn’t work as well as cannabis edibles
When you have kids, you have to make sacrifices. Not just of money, time, effort, and sleep, but you also have to change behaviors in your life. When my wife was pregnant the first time, I had to stop smoking in the house entirely. That was just the first step, because when the baby arrived I would have to stop smoking, period. Secondhand smoke sticks to your hair and your clothes, and can impact the health of a newborn baby. I agreed to give up tobacco for good, but I couldn’t give up cannabis, I just had to change my behaviors. Thankfully we live in a glorious period of time when cannabis comes in a hundred different forms! Ever since legalization changed cannabis from a petty crime to a thriving industry, there have been amazing innovations in getting stoned. There are more smokeless forms of cannabis than I can count, and that doesn’t even include vaping. Doing vapes and dabs is still not something I am super comfortable with when the kid was so young. Instead I stuck with edibles for a long time, and loved every minute of it. Edibles don’t have the same impact as smoking, but it gives me a delightful full-body high. I wish they had edibles that worked this well for tobacco, because I still crave it from time to time. I know there is nicotine gum, but it just doesn’t work as well as cannabis edibles. Even though I still crave nicotine, the cannabis edibles reduce my withdrawal symptoms and make it much more tolerable.