When I was a little girl, there was nothing I loved more than when my mom would turn on the bedside lamp at night, rather than the overhead light. The glow of the room always felt so cozy and safe.
Now, as the mom myself, I love keeping the lights low and calm in the evenings as I get my two little girls ready for bed. It creates such a nice transition from the hustle of the day to the quiet of bedtime.
If you’re looking for a lamp for your nursery, these ones from Disney are just right – you’ll definitely be able to find one that’s a perfect fit for your little one:
If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for your little one (or perhaps a friend or family member who’s just welcomed a tiny baby), I love these darling little gift sets from Disney Baby.
Each of the four sets (Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Princess, and Winnie the Pooh) includes a shirt, pants, two wash cloths, a bib, and a cap, sized to fit your little one from 0 to 6 months. And it’s all packaged up in a sweet little box, so cute you don’t even need to wrap it.
Click through to see all four styles!
I know some parents fear their child learning to walk, but with both of my girls, I’ve been SO happy when they make that big step (pun intended!).
After all, once they are crawling, they are into most things anyway, so walking doesn’t change that.
My almost-1-year-old is learning to walk, spending more and more time taking unassisted steps, and I’m SO happy about it! Here are 10 reasons I love it when a baby turns from a crawler into a walker:
The first couple of Christmases with a little one are so magical.
They aren’t yet old enough to be greedy about presents or so beside themselves with excitement that the days drag. Instead, every new experience is delightful and exciting.
I don’t like our Decembers to be too overwhelming or busy, but I do like to take a few minutes each day to do something special and age-appropriate for my little girls to help celebrate the season.
Here are 24 low-key activities to do with your baby or toddler as you count down to Christmas: