Connecting with your child
Hey Y’all, it’s Erin.
I’ve talked about connecting with yourself and connecting with your partner.
Now, I’d like to talk about connecting with your child.
So often, we get focused on what to get our kiddos that we forget our time is the most valuable and precious gift that we can give them.
We are our child’s safe space. We create these feelings of security and love by nurturing that relationship through time spent connecting with them.
I’m going to offer some tips on how you can connect with your children below!
How to be supportive of the LGBTQ+ community today (and everyday)
Hey y’all! It’s Jess here. This week’s post is extra special because we are celebrating love.
A special kind of love that has fought hard to have even the most basic of rights and to be accepted by society. LGBTQIA+ love.
We accept you and believe with all our hearts that your love does not belong in a closet.
The 4th Trimester
Oh, hi there. It’s Tamara here. Before becoming a mother, I had never even heard the term ‘The 4th Trimester’.
I thought that pregnancy had 3 trimesters, after which the baby was born and VOILA! Pregnancy is over! What I didn’t understand was that my baby’s need for 24/7 comfort, care, warmth, and soothing would continue long past the birth. The first few months would be especially demanding and difficult.
Dr. Harvey Karp describes this intense period of adjustment as ’The 4th Trimester’.Read More
How Safe Are Lil Helper Products?
Hey everyone! Ariel here this week. Have you found yourself wondering about the safety of Lil Helper products?
It’s a completely fair question to have, and something I have asked about pretty much every baby product I have ever bought. I mean, I spent nine whole months growing this little human, of course I want to use the best and safest products possible!
So, let’s get right to the nitty gritty of it…
CLOTH DIAPERS: SAFE OR STUNTING GROWTH?
There’s this massive misconception out there that the bulkiness of cloth diapers can cause your child to have hip issues. Some people say it could slow how quickly your child crawls or walks.