Every parent knows you want to have a hidden stash of diapers and wipes — there’s nothing like going to change a diaper at 2 a.m. and discovering there isn’t a single diaper in the house. But those aren’t the only thing you might want to have back-up for to avoid a scramble, usually at the most inconvenient time, to find a replacement. Here are three things I’ve learned (in some cases, the hard way) to keep on hand:
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/11/2015 to New Moms
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/11/2015
Having a great car seat, stroller, high chair and play yard is essential to a baby registry list. Sometimes, purchasing these pieces for your little ones can seem like an investment. I know whenever we’ve bought essential pieces for Soren, my first thought was, “How can I make this last and stay nice not only for Soren but for future siblings?” Because we all know that babies are MESSY. It’s almost a rite of passage as a parent to constantly feel sticky, slobbered on, and have stains everywhere. And I’m sure we ALL avoid wearing white and purchasing any white furnishing for our homes! I know I do! ;) So, how can we keep baby gear clean and make it last from one baby to the next? Check out these simple tips on making your gear look like new throughout the years.
There is a lot of thought and effort that goes into designing a space for your bundle of joy. Before you start buying paint and decor, use these tips from a mom of three who has designed her dream nursery for her children.
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/10/2015 to New Moms