Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Miss Margot just hit the 4-month mark. Each day, she is growing more and more and showing off more of her personality. She’s super alert and LOVES to interact with others – me, her daddy, her big sisters, etc.
With a little one, it’s sometimes hard to know what kinds of things are developmentally appropriate for a certain age or stage. Margot can’t yet sit up by herself, and she certainly can’t do most of the things her older sisters like to do, so it’s important for me to make sure I’m interacting with her on her level. Here are 5 of my favorite ways to engage my 4-month-old baby…
Posted by Keiko Zoll
Here’s my odd mom confession: I always have a small bottle of bubbles tucked away in the diaper bag or car whenever I leave the house. For just $3 a bottle, it’s a mommy life hack that doesn’t break the bank. And if it spills? No worries – it basically cleans itself! It’s the best $3 I’ve ever spent just to watch Judah’s face light up.
It’s no wonder then that his favorite word is “bubble.”
The beauty of bubbles is that they can turn any ordinary moment with your little one into a magical moment.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Bathtime is one of my favorite times. What’s not to love about splashing in the water, bubble baths, and fresh, clean kiddos at the end of it all? As a mama to four, most of the time I have to bathe them each quickly in order to get through them all in a reasonable amount of time. That may mean less fun for the sake of efficiency. But with the adorable bathtime products from Kohl’s, we can now infuse some fun into their baths. Washcloth sets, robes, and hooded towels featuring their favorite Disney characters including, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Finding Nemo, are all available. Check out these great goodies that make bathtime fun and efficient.
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
My kids love to swim. I started both of them in swimming lessons before they were even a year old. As a result, they never met a pool they didn’t like and we always have to be ready to get wet – especially in these hot summer months. I’m always looking for ways to make our weekly swim class (and various other pool and beach outings) just a little bit easier and that’s where the Minnie Mouse towel and wet bag come in.
Posted by Savannah Wallace
From baby acne to cradle cap and eczema, babies tend to get skin issues due to their new, sensitive skin. Soren has had bouts of it all! We’re currently working with him on a bad case of eczema and this humid, hot, Georgia weather isn’t helping! As a mother, it’s easy to feel like you aren’t doing enough for your little one when they struggle with something like eczema. I’ve definitely found myself feeling self-conscious about his sad, patchy skin on his sweet baby thighs. BUT I have to tell myself and realize that I’m doing everything I can and it’s quite normal for little ones to struggle with skin issues. More often than not they grow out of these types of things. Their little epidermis is new to this world! While I strongly urge you to consult your pediatrician for any issues concerning baby, here are a couple tips we live by to help little Soren out with his particularly sensitive skin.