Postpartum Recovery Must-Have Tool Kit - Every new mother needs these 8 products
Before you know it the baby is going to be here. It's easy to get caught up in the anticipation of the baby and completely forget about YOU, mom. Rather than coming up with one more list of must-have postpartum goodies, we found one that we thought kept it simple and helpful.
Jennifer D'Angelo Friedman, author/contributor for www.FitPregnancy.com asked Ashley Roman, MD, clinical assistant professor for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center, "what new moms should pack in their hospital bags and have ready when they get home."
hiccaHumor: Fowl Language Comics Tickle Us. You?
You know we love to laugh at hiccapop. There is too much stress in the world to go through life without some good old fashioned humor.
There's a saying... "It's funny cuz it's true." That's why we love Brian Gordon...
If you've ever poked fun at yourself, your kids, your spouse or other parents, you will love him, too. His creativity displays a deep understanding and real-life perspective on the hysterical nature of parenting woes.
Baby Skin Care Tips? We've Got 5
The silky touch of a baby's skin is enough to make you melt. Oh... AND THE SMELL!! Is there anything better? Baby skin is new, free from the wear and tear of life. One day she'll share the same age spots, sun drenched skin and wrinkles that we all do. It's inevitable. But what can you do, now, to take care of her skin?
There is oodles of information about skin care for adults, children and babies, but what is true?
How can you make sure that your baby is protected?
This post is not about product recommendations, but rather, general skin care that every parent can put into action.
99 Things Parents Are Guaranteed To Do at a National Park
Remember the good ol' days of hiking the trails with your spouse...
Enjoying the peace and serenity, taking in the beauty and smells...
Looking forward to one day when you could share all of this with your kids?
Robyn Welling from Hollow Tree Ventures has put together an entertaining, tongue-in-cheek, list that will keep you smiling, ear to ear, all the way to the bottom of the list. Enjoy.
101 Things Soon-to-be Dads Need to Know About Pregnancy, Birth, Postpartum, and Being a New Dad
to new dads, soon-to-be dads and men that are "waiting for the right time"...
One of the greatest gifts that men and women bring to the mom and dad relationship are the inherent differences of being man and woman. Mom and dads often do, and should, play different roles than each other. By our very nature, women were designed to nurture and love while men are hard-wired to "hunt and gather" to provide for their family. Roles are fluid and cross over beautifully.
Post Pregnancy Care Essentials: A Checklist for every Mom
Living with another human being (and sometimes more) inside of you for 8-9 months puts the brakes on YOU.
Today's blog article is from The Spoiled Mama (www.thespoiledmama.com), "a skincare line aimed at educating moms and giving them the pampering they deserve. The Spoiled Mama "collection addresses the most common needs of pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding mothers, so you can enjoy being a Mama...without all the drama."
Sleeping Positions During Pregnancy - #SOLS
groan… grunt… rollover… repeat. sound familiar?
Pregnancy is beautiful and special with the most incredible prize at the end…
But nobody pretends that it’s easy.
The American Pregnancy Association put together a wonderful article about sleeping when you're pregnant. Check it out...
Transitioning to a Toddler Bed? Here's What You Need To Know
So she’s giving up the crib? Or moving out of the family bed? You’ve been to the store and picked out the cutest toddler bed? All of you are totally excited?
Except instead of rolling over and falling asleep, now she comes out every two minutes to find you? All evening long? And the next day she’s a basket case because she’s so exhausted?
Welcome to the Toddler bed. Kids love the new-found freedom. They can’t help but test the limits. And being all by herself with no sides can feel very scary.
So how can you get her to form the new habit of falling asleep in her new big-girl bed without losing your mind?