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 […]
I spent time navigating the bustling aisles of baby products and services, which ranged from innovative and stylish (nursery decor) to practical (diapers and life insurance).
When I started my new life with a newborn, a life in which I saw 2 am with more regularity than ever before, it was with a fresh notebook by my bedside, in which my husband and I religiously wrote down what time Baby Julian ate, produced stool, and slept. I thought the pediatrician would be […]
If you think we are over ambitious granola moms for even suggesting this idea, I totally get it. There is nothing wrong with pouches or jars of baby food. I personally found making food this way fun, so there’s that. If you are intrigued by the photo above, keep reading. The book, Super Baby Food […]
I am now officially a certified post-partum doula. Between that and nursing my own babies, I’m a bit of a breastfeeding expert. So let me bust some common misconceptions for you. 1. Breastfeeding makes your boobs saggy. Actually, gravity, age, and genetics make your boobs saggy. Experts say that people who breastfeed don’t have visibly […]
This post was sponsored by the American Heart Association. Help control sodium by cooking at home more Yes yes, we know it is easy to suggest that we all cook at home more but it can be daunting to implement. If running around baby-wearing, toddler-chasing, and car-pooling isn’t enough to exhaust us, finding time to […]