As seen on Celebrity Baby Blog a diaper belt that lets you change a baby without getting your bag dirty.
I’d love to be the mom with the most prestine car in the carline, but I’m the mom whose kid junk falls out when she opens the side door to let the kiddies in. That’s just how I roll.
Jennifer Fleck, Executive Director of BabySpot Broward, a Broward County resident and mom states, “As a local mom I know how hard it can be to find local resources for my child and family. My goal is to bring parents in Broward County together and share their reviews of family oriented services and events. We aim to showcase the hottest events, products, and services that Broward County has to offer. It will be an honor to serve our community!”
Here is an interesting book. It’s called, “Real Food for Mother and Baby.” It’s reviewed by Mom’s Crowd. Here’s my take. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m interested to see the “newbie” and “breastfeeding” sections. I know it will…
This summer i’m going to try to spend less money doing things with the kids. I’ll try and spend time and not money. So far, my experiment failed. … More to come
Granted, children that are under 6 months or so are the best to travel with. It may not seem like it at the time, but believe me no matter the age, children are hard to control. At this age their basic needs being met, they are usually fine.
I’ve been on many long flights with my son domestic and international, from the time he was 6 weeks old until present day (he’s 4).
I try to think of things that are cheap, easy to pack and replaceable.
This summer vacation was especially poignant, because it would be the first summer I spent with my son, and the longest duration of time we had together since his birth and my subsequent maternity leave.
I am a big fan of pashminas. They are a fancy wrap for you, blanket, nursing cover, sun shade.
Although I’m not an independent traveler – anymore since my kiddos came around I’ve become a big fan of a e-newsletter that gets dropped to my inbox. It’s called Independent Traveler.