Video product review featuring the Graco Pack ‘n Play Playard with Reversible Napper and Changer.
Now that we have officially announced the gender of our little one coming in November (it’s a girl!), we finally get to start shopping! I never figured I would go with a super girly room if I had a daughter but, after looking at all of the options there are just way too many cute pink and sparkly things out there that I cannot resist.
Along the same lines as pink and sparkly, I never imagined buying a white crib but after a lot of thought it is the only color I can imagine getting for my little girl’s nursery. After checking out the selection at Babies ‘R Us, I have narrowed it down to five potential cribs.
When I had my firstborn, I didn’t realize all of the time that would be spent sitting around and breastfeeding him. For me, at least, breastfeeding was pretty slow going at the beginning and one feeding could last up to a couple hours! Although I did enjoy staring lovingly down at my precious bundle of… Continue reading 30 TV Series for New Moms to Binge-Watch on Netflix
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So far, the feeding journey with my son has been pretty easy. He was breastfed until he was 13 months old, would eat pretty much anything we sat in front of him once he started baby food at 6 months and easily transitioned to table food around a year old. That said, as my little man has become a toddler (he is now 18 months old) he is definitely getting more picky about what he eats.