With so many products available on the market today, deciding which products are best for your baby can be overwhelming. Don’t fret! We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 items a natural-minded mama should have at hand to help her little one. These items are great for any new mother—they aim to provide better bonding experiences as well as provide more comfort to your little one, especially when he or she isn’t feeling well.
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As your baby continues to grow, so will your nutritional needs; but eating more food isn’t always the answer as many foods lack the key nutrients a momma-to-be needs. Prenatal vitamins are a good start, but fresh food sources of essential nutrients are always better. The next time you’re headed to the grocery store, consider picking up some or all of these 6 great foods to provide essential nutrients to both you and your baby.Add a comment
When I first started cloth diapering I had no idea what I was doing, made some rookie mistakes and gave up for a while. After I got educated, the process of switching to cloth again was an absolute breeze. What made the biggest difference to me was talking to an experienced mom about my concerns and challenges. So today, I’m your experienced mama friend with information on cloth diapering and accessories.Add a comment
Congratulations! Becoming a parent is a wonderful experience. However, over the next nine months, your body will experience many changes. Developing good habits in the first trimester can help your body deal with the multitude of changes it will face in the coming months. Here are four great habits to start early, and maintain throughout the pregnancy, in order to make the next nine months a truly enjoyable experience.Add a comment
Although it took a few years – or rather, generations – designers now take maternity fashion more seriously. Someone finally realized that just because you’re now dressing for two doesn’t mean your sense of style went the way of your waistline.
You can now find the right maternity pieces to fit your personal style, stage of pregnancy and budget. In the second trimester, you may prefer skirts or dresses for comfort or you may prefer pants or jeans to cover up potentially swollen ankles. Whatever your preference, the following stores will make dressing for work, the grocery store, or the gym a breeze during pregnancy.Add a comment