Author: Sarah Nau

weeLove: 4 Must-Have Babyproofing Products

Play it Safe Modern Babyproofing from Bink What do outlets, furniture corners, and blind cords have in common? They’re all things that terrify new parents when their babies start crawling. Since we can’t outfit every room with floor-to-ceiling padding, there’s a better, much more stylish way to keep your curious kiddo safe. Bink’s...

Baby Safety Month Round Up

Now that Baby Safety Month is coming to an end, we’ve compiled a little safety “cheat sheet” of our favorite sites and products to help give you some more peace of mind when it comes to keeping your little ones safe and sound for many more months (and years!) to...

Breastfeeding Awareness Month: Go-to Guide for Nursing

Photo by Jordan Whitt Did you know that August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month? (Now you do!) And while we’re all pretty familiar with the idea that breastfeeding is natural and that (supposedly) evolution has prepared women to nurse easily, that’s not always the case, even with all of the information...

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2016 Summer Gear Round Up

Summer means longer days, popsicles, and lightening bugs. It’s also the season where we as parents tend to be a little more lax about those nap schedules or rules regarding eating ice cream before dinner. Wherever your summer plans take you–to the beach, to the Grandparent’s, or even just around...

2015 Summer Gear Round Up for Babies and Beyond

Summer means longer days, popsicles, and lightening bugs. It’s also the season where we as parents tend to be a little more lax about those nap schedules or rules regarding eating ice cream before dinner. Wherever your summer plans take you–to the beach, to the Grandparent’s, or even just around...

Safe Fun in the Sun for Baby: 2015 Recommendations

With summer now officially in full swing, many families find themselves exchanging their diaper bags for beach bags as they head to the beach or pool (or backyard, or splash-pad…). We know how important it is to slather ourselves in sunscreen, but what is considered “safe” for our little one’s...