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weeLove: Poppy at Home

Happy Vibes, Delivered Premium Flowers for Less Flowers make people happy. And we can all use a dose of that these days. Just like an excited toddler with a box of blocks, you can create something amazing with a Poppy at Home DIY floral kit. Poppy, a DC-based wedding/event floral startup is now shipping...

weeLove: Self-care from CODDLE

How to Heal After Birth Prepare for Postpartum with CODDLE Don’t be fooled by those perfectly filtered Instagram photos of new moms snuggling their newborns. Behind the scenes, there’s a lot of not-so-glamorous stuff going on—from leaky boobs to achy everything. Bringing a baby into the world is a magical experience, but cracked...

weeLove: The Baby’s Brew

Make the perfect bottle, anytime anywhere The Only Battery-Powered Portable Bottle Warmer Like the tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears… babies are notorious for wanting their bottle “just right.” And all new parents know exactly what happens when they don’t deliver on that perfect bottle. The Baby’s Brew is a genius...

weeLove: Non-Gummy Gummy Vitamins for Kids

ChildLife Essentials  All-Natural Vitamin Supplements for Kids Little kids can make a big to-do about eating their veggies (along with many other healthy foods that get the dreaded side-eye!), and parents have a lot on our plates these days aside from those uneaten carrot sticks. Now you can stress less about ensuring...

weeLove: Curated Medicine Kits from Cabinet

Skip the Drugstore Be Ready with Cabinet Staying healthy is top of mind for everyone these days. From seasonal allergies to sore throats (and all those frantic Google searches in between), now it’s easier than ever to stock your medicine cabinet without leaving the house. Cabinet ships curated medical kits...

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weeLove: When Should You Talk to Your Kids About Racism?

A Bookshelf Essential A Kids Book About Racism Spoiler:  It’s never too early. Research even shows that babies as young as three months-old are able to differentiate race (Yep, really!), so starting sooner rather than later can actually have a marked impact. And as such, now more than ever, many parents may...