In honor of A Mother’s Boutique‘s 20,000th online order, we are hosting a series of giveaways to share our favorite products with you, our wonderful customers!
Today, we’re giving away one Original Baby K’Tan baby carrier in the winner’s choice of size and color. Our founder, Judy, calls this “babywearing for beginners,” because . . . → Read More: Baby K’Tan Giveaway
My first son was a bolter. Now, at age 5, he runs away from me far less often, but from ages 18 months through about 4, once his toes touched the ground, he was off. If you are the parent of one of these children, you know how fast they are.
My husband . . . → Read More: Taking Your Bolting Toddler *and* Baby in Public
I have never been a stroller person. When we just had one kid, I think I used the stroller a total of five times. My son seemed to need to be worn all the time, was never happy unless he was pressed right up against a parent. Then, once I got large and pregnant . . . → Read More: Different Tools for Different Kids: Babywearing Takes a Back Seat
I’m going to buy a new carrier for this third baby. I bought a custom soft-structured carrier for my second baby and I love it. I used it every day for many, many months and I still actually use it for my almost-five-year-old.
I’ve always had a stretchy, cotton wrap for when my wee . . . → Read More: Babywearing Intervention
I live less than a mile from the Pittsburgh zoo, which I love because I spend lots of time spying on the nursing baby mammals. I have not yet seen the baby rhino nursing, though I long to, especially since he is starting to grow his horn! I’ve watched the elephant nursing, discussing with . . . → Read More: Nursing Mammals and Mastitis Challenges
What are the best gifts for a breastfeeding mother?
I thought a lot about this question as I prepared for the arrival of my second child and people asked me what we needed. We needed nothing at all for him! But what would I have if I could receive any gift? What would be . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding Blog Hop: Gifts for the Breastfeeding Mother
Have you ever tried to ride a city bus with a baby or young child in tow? In Pittsburgh, families are not even allowed to bring strollers onto the bus–they must take the child(ren) out, fold up the stroller, somehow finagle the children into the bus, pay, and safely stash the stroller…somewhere. It’s terrible! . . . → Read More: Baby Carriers for Families in Need