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.
It’s not often that Peyton’s room is photo worthy but once my items from Mouse + Magpie arrived, I was motived to bring her room back to life. Mouse + Magpie is a carefully curated decor and furnishing company for kids with big imaginations. Mouse + Magpie collections consist of artwork, throw pillows, lamps, clocks and sherpa blankets. Peyton has a big personality and the only thing that is bigger than her personality is her imagination. Peyton sees everything as an adventure ready to explore. I’m happy that her room now reflects her big imagination and encourages her to dream big. Mouse + Magpie has been so kind to allow me to give away a few items to one lucky reader. Keep reading for giveaway details and more photos of Peyton’s room update. Continue Reading
This post is sponsored by SoCozy. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
When Harper was a newborn I noticed that she had a lot of dry and flaking skin on her forehead. I just figured it was dry and added some ointment. On Harper’s next doctor’s visit, I brought it up. After examination, the doctor discovered that Harper had craddle cap. With all of Harper’s hair, how would I have ever known? The doctor suggested that I use dandruff shampoo to help soothe the dryness on her scalp. I was so nervous to use adult products on my new baby. I was surprised there weren’t any child-friendly products easily assessable for children with sensitive scalps. I’m happy to share that one of my favorite children’s hair care brands, SoCozy, recently launched their sensitive skin collection Hush at Target. The Hush collection is dermatologist and allergy tested to treat sensitive scalp.
Having a great stroller has always been high priority for baby gear. I need a reliable and functional stroller for shopping and traveling. I also want a stroller to reflect Harper’s personality. Cosatto Supa Stroller checks those boxes for me. You can check out my full review HERE. I’m excited to partner with Cosatto and give one lucky person a Supa Stroller. Keep reading to enter. Continue Reading
Strollers have come a long way since I had Peyton over 6 years ago. The new strollers are more stylish and functional. I get asked a lot of questions about the strollers I use for Harper. I wanted to share our new favorite set of wheels, the Supa Pushchair from Cosatto.