I’m so excited to share this product that will help all my naturalista minis and mommies. To this day I still get emails asking how to grow out bald spots on babies and toddlers. Bald spots are usually due to babies rubbing out their hair because they spend a lot of time on their back. Just like us women, the texture of our hair against cotton is not a good mix. It can cause bald spots and breakage. A friend told me before I had Peyton that I needed to make sure she kept silk or satin behind her head. Where do I find that? I stole a few of Mister’s silk pocket squares and used that for Peyton when she was a baby. It wasn’t cute but it helped. When I had Harper, our friends from MM Blankies sent us one of their fabulous satin blankets that she could lay on and be wrapped in. I’m happy to share with you MM Blankies newest genius product, designer satin pillowcases.
This post is sponsored by CVS. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
Welcome to cold and flu season! This is the time of year when moms’ shirts double as tissues. Disgusting but we do what we gotta do right? We do our best to keep our kids protected but being around other kids with runny noses and coughs all day, a cold is bound to make its way into your home. Harper has already been under the weather once this season. Luckily no one else in the house caught the bug (knocks on wood). I’m excited to partner with CVS and their new exclusive brand, Live Better and share my tips to help you through cold and flu season.
I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. Besides the fact that I did 90% of the cooking and 100% of the cleaning ours was great. I’m still recuperating. I haven’t been able to get out to do any Black Friday shopping but I did do some online shopping to find some great gifts for the kids in our lives. Happy Holiday Shopping!
This post is sponsored by Pampers. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
It’s hard to believe that Harper is already two years old. It seems like yesterday I was just announcing I was pregnant and having a baby shower. She’ll always be my baby but when kids turn two they’re technically not babies anymore. As I stand in her room and look around at all the things that helped us keep our little girl happy and healthy over the years, there is one item I’m so thankful I added to my registry and continued to use: Pampers Swaddlers.
This post is sponsored by Mirum. All opinions are my own
If you were like me the moment you found out you’re expecting you went straight to one of those mommy to be websites. You start reading all the tips and then fall into the rabbit hole of baby feeding forums. I fell in the hole and was I like O M G. What if I’ can’t breastfeed, what if it hurts, how am I going to keep it up for 5 years, what if I don’t get any milk at all, am I a bad mother, will my baby be ok if I don’t breastfeed? All those concerns made me question myself as a soon to be mom. Once Peyton was born (now 7 years old) all those insecurities went away and I made decisions on what was best for me, my baby and family. I thought I would share more about my journey and how Parent’s Choice from Walmart played a significant role. Parent’s Choice is also giving away up to $500. Check out this video about other mom’s feeding choices and keep reading for our story.