San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Kiss My Tulle, shares tips and advice for figuring out an easy-peasy system for cloth diapering. Click through to find out more!
Planning to hit up Walt Disney World with your baby and preschooler? Curious as to what you’ll need in the park every day and what you can leave behind? Well, I just got back from a week long trip to Disney World with my husband, 3 year old daughter and infant son and I can totally help you! I’ll clue you in on the items that we were SO grateful to bring with us every day, to the ones we liked having just in case, and which ones you can just leave behind (either at home or in the hotel). And as an extra bonus? EVERYTHING can be bought on Amazon TODAY (and don’t forget to click through and become an Amazon Prime member with free two day shipping!):
The first year with your baby is a lot of little moments and big milestones. It can be overwhelming, frustrating, exhilarating, and amazing. It can also be a complete sucker of time. Time spent nursing, time spent rocking the baby, time spent doing extra laundry, and time spent shopping for baby necessities. Like diapers. OMG. The number of diapers you will buy and the time you spend buying them! It’s unbelievable to me how it always seemed like we needed to run to the store and get more diapers. No matter how hard I tried and planned… it seemed like we’re always loading up in the car to buy more. So guess how excited I was to discover that Sam’s Club is now offering a 2 month bulk supply of diapers (ON SALE). It’s amazing how the Huggies® Little Movers 2 month supply gave me back time to spend with my baby!
Are you a new mom or dad with a baby in diapers? Are you having a rough time getting any kind of sleep at night? I know, I know – sleep deprivation is the worst! And the reality is, with a new baby, you’re just not going to sleep through the night for a while. However, you can make the sleep that you do get a little better with my top 5 ways to sleep easier with a new baby (featuring Walgreens Well Beginnings).
When I was pregnant and trying to plan for our first baby, it seemed like there were a MILLION must have baby lists out there. I pinned and read each and every one and… then ignored about 99% of them. Not to be all Occupy Baby but those 99% seemed to be lists made for rich people or crazy people. Seriously, $55 moccasins ARE NOT a baby must have item. Neither is a baby wipes warmer. Read on for some real suggestions of newborn baby registry for the practical or poor.