Before you had kids your biggest holiday struggle was what to buy your parents who have everything.Now that you’re a parent your workload has increased exponentially. Granted, you don’t need a onesie that declares your baby a Christmas newbie, but it does look really cute and it will help you put together a mental timeline when flipping through photos later. Here is a short list of everything that should be on your shopping list now.Continue Reading
The very first article of clothing that I bought for Anna when I was pregnant with her was an incredibly soft pink yuppie argyle sweater dress. It is still my favorite of any outfit that she has ever worn. It was so perfectly baby-like and innocent. It was a very light knit, so it was perfect for Florida.
A few months after she wore the first sweater dress, I discovered that Angel Dear made an annual holiday collection. Continue Reading
Honest diapers can be a polarizing topic in the mommy world. Some people say that they leaked terribly when they tried them. Some swear by them and will never put their child in a different brand. I fall into the latter group. My experiences with Huggies and Pampers were pretty grim. They leaked and they gave Anna a horrible painful diaper rash when she was a baby. I would cry trying to change her diaper because it just looked like she was in so much pain. We used gdiapers on the weekends, which I adored, but they wouldn’t use them at daycare, where she spent 90% of her time. Honest came out when she was about one and it was immediately a huge improvement in our lives. Her diaper rash went away. She woke up dry each morning. The adorable prints were truthfully just a nice bonus.Continue Reading
How many times have you eagerly anticipated the latest collaboration between two of your favorite brands, only to feel your face fall in disappointment as soon as the line is introduced? Happens to me all the time.Continue Reading
Baby’s First Thanksgiving (or second or third…) is coming up in a few weeks and as holidays go, this is a pretty easy one to dress festively for. Any cream, orange, brown or yellow clothing will instantly look festive at the dinner table, but here are a few ideas for pieces that remind you how thankful you are to have an extra little person at your dinner table this year.