We are currently in California visiting family. It was a 3 hour flight to get here, and because we are renting a car while we are here we decided to bring our carseats. I also knew that my two children, ages 3 and 1, would not sit still for that long on a flight without being strapped into a 5 point harness.
Belly Bedaine Momveste 3 in 1 Nursing top Review
I am currently nursing my 1 year old son, Littlest. He is at that stage where he really just nurses before and after naps and for comfort throughougt the day. Our goal is to self wean, and so I want him to nurse on his own terms. For that reason, I like to wear nursing apparel to make breastfeeding as accessible to him as possible. I have a small collection of nursing tops so when Belly Bedaine reached out to me and offered some of their products to try, I was thrilled! Trying a new brand is always an exciting…
Win a Tula Free-to-Grow Baby Carrier
Tula Baby Carriers have become extremely popular with parents world wide. They have an amazing product that makes baby carrying easy! The Mama Knows has teamed up with a group of bloggers to bring you the chance to win one of these gorgeous Baby Carriers in the ‘Blossom’ print. We are excited to participate in such an amazing giveaway!
Four 90’s Baby Products that I wish were still around
My childcare experience began in 1994 when my baby brother was born. I was 12 years old and I took a local babysitting course. I worked as a babysitter for many families, and cared for my own foster siblings too. When my first son was born in 2004, I carried forward with many products I had become accustomed to. But 10 years later, in 2014, when my second son was born, many of these things weren’t around anymore! He and his new baby brother missed out. Here are 4 Baby Products that I wish were still around for my younger…
The Affordable Baby: Tips for saving money where you can
Worried about how to pay for a baby on the way? Thinking about everything that you are going to need to raise a child can be overwhelming- but there are ways to cut costs. Some things can’t be avoided, like car seats, but you can definitely stick to a reasonable budget overall. Here are five simple simple tips to make having a baby more affordable.