I love personalized items. My son has a unique name, so anytime I can do a custom personalization for him, I do it! That way he can have a shirt with his name on it or some other personalized item that I can’t readily purchase off the shelf in a store. I also love . . . → Read More: What Do You Personalize?
I’ve always had an ample bosom. That’s not entirely true–I still feel the sting of hurt from eighth grade math class when AJ slid a calculator across the table and it said “BOOBLESS.” I sure showed
Look at this bra, holding up her ample bosom. You, too, could enjoy such support for YOUR . . . → Read More: Let Elomi Elevate Your Enormous Bosom
Let’s be realistic. Pumping milk from your breasts is never going to be awesome. It just isn’t. But! I was finally convinced (5 years into my nursing journey) to buy a hands-free pumping bra and lo! It does make things better.
I hesitated so long because I didn’t understand the logistics of the bra. . . . → Read More: Hands-Free Bra Makes Pumping Better
I’ve been gushing about the Glamourmom Full Bust nursing tank for a long time. Almost 3 years, in fact, as I have lived in them since late pregnancy with my second son. I see we now carry it in pink, which is so exciting.
But! When I was shopping for a nursing dress to . . . → Read More: Dynashape Nursing Tank: A New Love Affair
I knew I wanted to review Parenting in the Present Moment: How to Stay Focused on What Really Matters, by Carla Naumburg, PhD, when I saw the Orange Rhino had endorsed it! (I’ve been reading a lot of Orange Rhino in an attempt to yell less…at my kids and just generally.)
This is a well-timed book for . . . → Read More: Book Review: Parenting in the Present Moment
At just six weeks postpartum, I felt anxious about attending my husband’s brother’s wedding. What would I find to wear that flattered my changing body? When would I find time to shop for such a dress? Would it even be possible to find something that worked both for nursing and figure-flattering?
I made . . . → Read More: Nursing-Friendly Wedding Attire
For a long time, my son walked around wearing wet shirts with droopy, baggy sleeves. His collar was always in his mouth, unless he had a shirt sleeve in there. Once his shirt was soaked through, he’d seek out other things to stick in his mouth: coins, craft sticks at school, rocks even.
Our . . . → Read More: Chewable Jewelry for Kids with Sensory Needs