Posted at 1:31 pm , on October 9, 2017
Recently I was contacted by Raised Real to test their product, and I must say, I am SO impressed. What a great idea and the execution is awesome. I’ve been explaining this company has the “Blue Apron” of baby food, because that’s basically what it is. Making your baby’s food has now become easier than ever, and it’s all thanks to Raised Real!
Posted at 10:00 am , on September 20, 2017
Bedtime routines are so important to babies and young kids. Heck, even adults benefit from a bedtime routine. According to studies most babies will be receptive to a schedule around 6-8 weeks, but it’s never to early to start. A proper bedtime routine can aid in calming your little one and prepare him or her for a good night’s sleep.
Posted at 10:00 am , on September 8, 2017
You guys! We all know how much of a bow obsession I have! Lucy has so much hair and I just love to do it up it pony tails and pigtails with all types of different bows. Big bows, small bows, satin bows, metallic bows! I just can’t get enough. So when I found Sutter Sisters bows, my heart almost exploded. Not only do they have the cutest bows ever, but they also provide a MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION! Now you can have bows sent directly to your house, every month! My dream come true!
Posted at 10:00 am , on September 6, 2017
Starting solids can be an exciting, yet stressful time for you and baby. Most moms start the transition to solids somewhere between 4-7 months, but it’s important to look for signs that your baby is ready to start solids. You never want to start them too early. Some of the signs you can look for are:
Posted at 10:00 am , on August 9, 2017
Having a newborn is a tough time for most parents. Especially if you’re a first time parent. There are so many products on the market these days, it’s hard to know what you actually need and can get away without.
Posted at 6:00 pm , on February 22, 2017
Tongue Tie is a pretty common thing. Although I had never heard of it until Lucy was diagnosed, after bringing it up in a couple mommy groups, I realized it was more common than I had thought. Several moms had gone through the same experience as us with tongue tie issues.