Posted by Erin Loechner
It’s official – Bee is moving faster than ever, busy exploring and seeing and doing all day long! Luckily, the summer sun is out and we’ve had plenty of outdoor entertaining moments this month. If you’re looking for tips and tricks to entertain your baby, look no further – here are a slew of ways we’re keeping this little one happy and content as a ripe and active 10-month-old!:
Posted by Selena Burgess
Can’t think of what to get the father of your children? Neckties and golf-club cozies not his jam?
Then check out this collection of Father’s Day gift ideas for the programming and science geeks, the scotch sipping sentimentalists, the Ron Swanson fan boys and the those who rock out in their man cave…
Posted by Mary McBride
Elvie has seemed a little out of sorts lately. She’s still been her happy self, but she’s just been a little bit off. I knew that she was working on cutting some teeth, but I didn’t realize how many things that were going on were related to teething. Before, we had drool and a tiny bit of fussiness that was relieved by teething tablets or ibuprofen. Then up a tooth would pop, and she was done. This time, though, it turns out she is cutting a molar, and the symptoms are different. In addition to a quick check in with our pediatrician, I’ve been consulting with other moms, and it turns out that none of the symptoms she’s experiencing are unusual for toddlers cutting molar. Sure enough, a little corner of a molar popped up this afternoon. Here are the six symptoms she’s had that turned out to be tooth related. I can’t wait to have that tooth all the way in so she can start feeling better. If your little sweetheart is experiencing these same things, we can commiserate.
Posted by Maria José Ovalle
¡Hola! It’s me, Little L once again! I’m sure you’ve seen all of the fun stuff my mami and I have been up to in the past month — and talk about a long month, it seemed like it was never going to end.
I guess it’s because I’m not sleeping as much during the day anymore so I have to find things to keep me busy — like grabbing mami’s hair, pulling her necklaces, trying to sit up, rolling from my back to my tummy then back again (I’m even rolling OFF of my playmat!) and holding on tight to my toys. If you move them around they make noise and I like sounds. Phewww, this baby thing is exhausting — I can’t wait until I’m bigger, I hear it’s less tiring.
Posted by Selena Burgess
Rompers and shortalls are the quintessential summer outfits for babies because they are simple to put on, comfy and breezy to wear, and versatile enough to suit a number of casual and photo-friendly occasions!
They are also surprisingly easy to sew. Click through for a sweet selection of simple DIY projects, to more dressy and elaborate photo-opp style patterns. >>>