Challenge 2: Mama reconnaissance: When your baby is in a good mood (or better, sleeping!), scope out the “safe places” for baby care.
Ideas for feeding your baby and yourself… these should be obvious, natural, easy… but they’re not always
Challenge 1: This is an outing for beginners: go to your favorite coffee/tea venue. You have about five more months to enjoy cafe culture.
With my 30+ months of breastfeeding experience, I have a few strong opinions for you about nursing bras with little hooking flaps.
If you’ve ever introduced a breastfed baby to rice cereal, you already know what I’m about to tell you: solid food is constipating for babies.
I love the open floor-plan and the smaller details that enable our kids to be bigger helpers in the kitchen. Want to create your own kid-friendly kitchen?
From what to bring to what to wear when you go back to work, this short guide is packed with tips for pumping moms.
Everything I learned about feeding a high-fiber diet to my kid because of crazy toddler constipation (that I hope you never need to use).
I’m going to be completely honest with you – the only things you really need to bring to the hospital are an outfit to bring home baby in and a carseat.
Decode your baby’s cries with Dunstan Baby Language like I saw on Oprah. Learning the five words of a baby’s language can help with a super fussy baby.
Nursing breasts are hardworking and need support not to mention easy- and frequent-access. Unfortunately, it seems like these two criteria are often at odds. Here are 3 I like.
When she was pregnant with her daughter, she became very sick for the first three months and between throwing up and dealing with inconsiderate people, Line decided to start drawing cartoons to make light of the situation.
I am always interested in how entrepreneurs who enter the “mom market” get their start, so I was pleased to be introduced to Agatha Achindu, who is the founder of Yummy Spoonfuls baby and toddler food. Today in Oakland, we hosted an epic playdate for our local blog readers, and had the opportunity to send them […]