If you’re a breastfeeding or pumping mom, your supply is something you think about several times a day. In the beginning, you’re wondering if your baby is getting enough. You even may blame their waking every 45 minutes to eat during the night on your lack of supply. If you’re
Newborns can go from content and pacified to screaming and hungry in seconds flat. I forgot this little mom tidbit but, with a newborn in the house again, I have been reminded. When all the milk is in the fridge, or, even worse, the freezer, feeding time can be a
Choosing the right formula for your baby can be a big decision. You do, after all, need to pick one and stick with it. With a one week old in my arms, I’m fully aware of newborn nutrition and the importance our decisions have on the now and the future.
I must have been living under a rock for the last 4.5 years as I am now just learning about the sippy cup vs. straw cup debate. For those of you who have been living under that same rock, here is a little info; doctors are recommending that you only
Starting solids is a pinnacle turning point as it’s one of the first big milestones we face as parents. As a mom who exclusively breastfeeds, I’m no longer the sole source of nutrition in my child’s life. Now I’m faced with trusting other companies in what my child is consuming.
Time is one of the most valuable things when we have kids. Some reason, we just never have enough of it. We say things like “if I had more time, I’d make homemade baby food” and this might very well be a true statement. But we all know the saying “work
The first time your baby holds their own bottle has got to be one of the best milestones. It is the first sign of independence and the first break you get as a parent. Why not help this milestone along with the new li’l helper, a baby bottle holder? The
Would it be weird for me to admit that I love a bib? Because I do. Let me break down why the Quib from Lille is by far the most superfluous bib ever created. Let’s imagine that it’s feeding time and you put your child into the high chair. You
Sending your child to school for the first time is a major adjustment. My oldest daughter started preschool this year and I found myself unprepared because I was focusing all of my energy on the simple fact that my baby was leaving the nest, and growing into a kid. Since
Homemade baby food is the way to go, and we will always support that. But how convenient are those little premade food-filled pouches when you are running errands? Luckily, there are a few organic options out there, but there is still the question of waste. Have the best of both