How To Prepare For Baby
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
If you aren’t reading the blog Little One Love by Lindsay Dewald, you are surely missing out. Lindsay shares all about her life as mama to little Ruthie. (I know! Such an adorable name!) As a mother of girls myself, I am always on the lookout for nurseries that don’t scream girl. I have nothing against pink or princesses, but I’m always drawn to unique nurseries with modern art and design. Ruthie’s nursery is a perfect example of that. From wooden toys and simply designed furniture to modern artwork and a tribal rug, this room is awesome!
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Recently, I was realizing just how many wonderful life lessons there are to be learned from Disney movies and as I’ve been considering the things I hope to instill in my impressionable young daughter, I thought I would make a list of some of the ones that stuck out to me the most. These are just some of the life lessons I hope my little girl will learn from these Disney movies.
Posted by Maria José Ovalle
I am always intrigued when it comes to how parents choose their children’s names. EVERYONE has a story and I prefer to hear those rather than the birth story. We have all asked our parents at some point why they named us what they did and our children will do the same.
As I’ve mentioned on 40 Baby Names Inspired By TV Shows, all parents have that “A-HA” baby name moment and it can come from the most unexpected places — a book, a TV show, a celebrity or a popular brand.
When putting this list together of brand names that have been used for baby names, I realized that I actually knew an Armani (my son’s classmate at daycare), a L’Oreal (a third grade classmate way back in the day!) a Pepsi (my friend’s nanny) and a Maybelline — a good blogging friend of mine. After a while, the brand aspect of the name begins to fade and that name becomes just that, a name.
Here’s a selection of names inspired by recent food, car, fashion and beauty brands and products.
How about Sephora? Or Amazon?
Sources: BBC.co.uk, Momlogic, Nameberry, Parenting.com and BabyCenter.
Posted by Nadia Carriere
Babies “R” Us was my ‘go-to” shop when I was pregnant with my first child. I went through the website and catalogs over and over again until I narrowed down the items that I needed before our daughter’s arrival. It took months for me to finally distinguish between “need” and “want”, but I did it and was happy with the gear that I purchased.
I’ll admit during the whole process I was very curious as to what other moms were purchasing for their new baby. Were we thinking about purchasing the same stroller? Did her baby registry have items that I somehow missed?
Fast forward 7 years later and Toys’R'Us has added a new feature to their website where they list their Top Baby Registry Items for Disney Baby. Admit it, you know you’re curious too ;). Here are the top 20 Disney Baby products (in no particular order) that get added to baby registries across the country.
Posted by Selena Burgess
The product mentioned in this post was provided free of charge by Disney Baby. To find out more about this item for purchase, please click here.
We’ve gone through countless sippy cups in this household. Pretty sure every family with little ones has. It’s just a fact. I had resigned myself to the notion that there just wasn’t a long-lasting cup that could stand the test of time and toddler wear and tear.
But these? The Cars 2-Pack Insulated Spill Proof Sippy Cups from The First Years? They come pretty dang close. Straight up mom tip for real. Click through to discover why these sippy cups are currently reigning supreme in our neck of the woods.