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11 Breastfeeding Essentials

Breastfeeding

First Time breastfeeding

When you’re a first-time mom you don’t know what you actually need to breastfeed. I know I had no idea what was needed. After scouring the internet but I  could never find a list. I had to play a guessing game as to what I needed. I have been breastfeeding 11 months now that no way makes me a pro but I do know the essentials I used. To me, these are products I couldn’t live without and it makes life so much easier.

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Breastfeeding at the airport and on the airplane

Breastfeeding at the airport and on the airplaneBreastfeeding at the airport

Breastfeeding at the airport is just something a lot of people don’t think about. There is a lot of other things we are already having to think about. When I first flew with my son I pumped a bottle to take with me. I figure that would be the easiest way to handle it. I was comfortable breastfeeding in public and didn’t want to go to the bathrooms. I wasn’t near any of the breastfeeding locations.  Continue Reading →

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In honor of Mother’s Day — 4 reasons why I love being a mom

4 reasons why I love being a mom

In honor of Mother’s Day

In honor of Mother’s Day, I want to tell you 4 reasons I love being a mom. There are so many reasons I love being a mom but these are the main reasons and why.  Continue Reading →

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide – 11 gift ideas for any Mother

Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day

Being a mother is one of life’s greatest blessings. Mother’s Day is fast approaching. I believe we all as parents should be acknowledge everyday but it is nice each one of us having a designated day too.

Trying to think of the perfect gift for Mother’s Day is hard. There are so many ideas and options to choose from. Here is are a few of my favorites.

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Flying with a toddler versus an infant

FlyingFlying with a toddler vs. Infant

Flying with a toddler is different then flying with an infant. Baby A took his first flight at 4 months old. It was a stressful experience as I was alone and had so much stuff with only two hands. I had to juggle a diaper bag, duffel bag, Baby A, stroller he refused to sit in, and my backpack. That was some seriously juggling and I was blessed to have some strangers help me with everything. That I will be forever grateful for. Baby A is now 17 months old and my husband is flying with us. This time it seems to be going a lot smoother except now I have a toddler to entertain.  Continue Reading →

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