We didn’t own a lot of movies when I was growing up, but one year, my mom gave my dad the original Star Wars trilogy for a birthday gift, and I was immediately an enormous fan.
Twenty years later, they are still some of my favorite movies.
Looking through these baby names made me anxious to watch them all again (and even more excited about the news that movies 7, 8, and 9 are forthcoming).
If you’re a Star Wars fan too, check out these baby names inspired by one of the best movie franchises of all time:
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Both of my girls have been absolutely in love with their pacifiers. In fact, we just got rid of my 3-year-old’s pacifier last month (it was much less horrible than I’d imagined. There was probably a total of 3 minutes of tears).
I know some parents are not fans of pacifiers, but our family has absolutely loved them. For these 10 (and more!) reasons, I’m a huge proponent.
Is there anything cuter than a little one all bundled up for chilly weather?
Although I love little sundresses and shorts that show off chubby baby legs, I am always happy when the cool weather arrives and my girls get to wear tiny coats, itty-bitty pants, and even little boots (until they kick them off).
Kohl’s has a darling new collection of Disney Baby clothing for fall (for boys and girls alike!), and it’s all so cute. I’m especially in love with the little puffy vests. Click through to see some of my favorites:
When your children are really little and you stay at home with them, you might have a fairly flexible schedule and the days can be a little unpredictable.
I thought it’d be fun to choose a day at random and take one photo every hour. I wasn’t sure exactly what I’d end up with, or even how the day would play out, but I thought I’d love seeing them all together.
It turned out to be a fun way to record some of the things we do during the day, and what my life is like right now with my little girls at home:
I remember the first time I packed my diaper bag (a week before my first baby was born), I was overwhelmed by how much stuff I thought I needed. I could barely get the bag closed — and it was a big bag!
Now, two children later, I’m pretty adept at packing lightly. Two changes of clothing for a grocery store trip might be a bit excessive, and I probably don’t need my nursing cover if I’m just taking a walk around the block.
But, whether we’re going on a walk to the park or running errands, here are the ten things that pretty much always earn a spot in my bag or the car: