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Five Fixes for the Breast Pump: Our Re-Cap of the MIT Breast Pump Hackathon

Given the enormous (and well-deserved!) amount of press the MIT Breast Pump Hackathon*, you’ve probably already heard about the unlikely group that descended on the MIT Media Lab last weekend: breastfeeding moms (and supportive dads), media, manufacturers, designers, engineers, and PhDs.  They came together with a common – and clever...

Dedicated weeLove: Because You Deserve Amazing Sleep 

Luxury sleep, Without Luxury Prices SNUGGLE UP WITH BOLL & BRANCH As a new parent, every stretch of sleep is precious (even the really short spurts). So when you finally crawl into your beloved bed, it might as well have really luxurious sheets. (Anyone whose shirts are covered in milk...

weeLove: Keep Toys Off the Floor

Tired of Playing Pick-up? GRAPPLE MAKES MEALS EASIER Ever played that really fun game with your baby, you know, the one where they fling toys off their high chair at least one million times in 10 minutes? You pick ’em up, wipe ’em off and bam… they’re back on the...

weeLove: This One’s a Gem… 

Fall Accessory Essentials  GET UNLIMITED JEWELRY FROM ROCKSBOX Accessorizing is a quick fix for Boring Outfit Syndrome, also commonly referred to as A Closet Full of Clothes and Nothing to Wear. But let’s be honest, new moms are notoriously bad about treating themselves to things… especially bling. Now, there’s a simple,...

weeLove: How to Part with a Pacifier

Lily Pacifier Weaning System SAY BYE-BYE BINKY IN 5 STEPS One of the toughest parenting challenges is getting your toddler to give up a beloved binky. Although the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends weaning between the ages of 6 and 12 months, your kiddo’s not buying it. So what’s a perplexed...

weeLove: A New Look for the Nursery

Delightful DIY FABRIC WALL STICKERS FROM LOVE MAE Applying decorative wall decals is no easy feat for sleep deprived (or even fully rested) parents. The tree took a cue from the Leaning Tower of Pisa. And half the forest critters are crooked. (At least your baby won’t notice, right?) DIY...