I’m far from a germophobe, but I use our cart cover every time I use a cart at a store.
I tried a few different baby carriers when my son was an infant, and this is the one that stuck.
If you need to closely monitor your baby’s weight and/or how much milk she’s getting when she nurses (or you simply like to keep close tabs), this combination changing pad/scale is really handy.
A nice alternative to a boring plastic box, this white noise machine has eight options for sounds and is machine washable when the electronic portion is removed.
Clipping your baby’s nails can be difficult and pretty nerve-wracking — but these clippers make it a little easier.
I am going to put it mildly when I say it is very difficult to soothe a teething baby. They’re cranky, uncomfortable, and may have other symptoms concurrently as well. Like almost all babies, when my son was teething he chewed on anything he could get his hands on. The most frustrating part of a … Read More about Family & Weekend Friday: Munch Mitt Teether
Now that the weather is turning cooler, the kiddie germs are about to descend upon us. Last winter was my son’s first winter in daycare, and I don’t think I worked a full week from November to March. Almost everything he had was viral, and much of it was congestion in his nose/chest/ears. One of … Read More about Weekend & Family Friday: Cool Mist Ultrasonic Humidifier
It’s that time of year, ladies — let’s share favorite tips for packing school lunches. Who does it: you, your partner, or your caregiver? (Or your child?!?) Have you adopted any favorite hacks or tricks to simplify it? Are you on “Team Everything Must Be Reusable” or on “Team Prepackaged Preportioned Foods are Great” (or … Read More about Tips for Packing School Lunches
The full-sized stroller that I use is the Uppababy Cruz. When deciding what accessories to purchase for it, I found through my research that people had a lot of complaints about the Uppababy cup holder, not to mention it was way overpriced. I received this Skip Hop version from my registry and really like it. … Read More about Organizing Thursday: Stroller Organizer
I owe this pick to my husband. I never would have thought to buy a gadget like this, but it’s amazing for people like me who are always wondering, “Did I remember to turn off the [insert appliance name]?” Especially now that we have a baby who sometimes sleeps with a space heater in his … Read More about Make My Life Easier Thursday: Switch Smart Plug
I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but we looooooved these blankets for our littles. By which I mean they loved them so much that we had to get multiples for each kiddo. They’re like the muslin swaddles in that they get softer and softer as you wash them — but they’re four layers of puffy … Read More about Postpartum Tuesday: Classic Dream Blanket
We loved the Rock ‘n Play when the kids were little — it was great for both boys, although they used them during very different age ranges. For J, I think it was 4–8 months, whereas H was pretty much done with it at 3 months. Ladies, if you don’t know this, the newer ones … Read More about Postpartum Tuesday: Rock ‘n Play Sleeper with SmartConnect