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    Toddler Must Have Products You Will Actually Use | 12-18 Month Old Baby

      There are so many products for babies and toddlers on the market at the moment that it’s hard to know which ones are worth spending your money on. I want to share with you today my toddler must have products that I’ve used a lot and that my toddler also loves.   These are products that are mostly suitable for the 12-18 month old age. Here are the products that I think are the best for us (and might be for you too):   1. Water colouring books.  These are magical and awesome! Why? Because they are mess free – woohoo! That’s probably one of the loveliest phrases to…

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    15 Newborn Mom Hacks You Need to Know

    As a new mom, life can be overwhelming sometimes. Here are 15 newborn mom hacks (or baby mom hacks) that might make your life a little bit easier while you’re trying to figure things out with your new precious baby.    If you have a newborn or a tiny baby these hacks will be really helpful (at least I think so). Some of these hacks apply even to older babies or toddlers, so I think any mom should know these.   Whether you would like to know some diaper hacks (including how to know when to change diaper size), some bottle feeding and formula hacks, diaper bag hacks or stroller…

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    BABY PRODUCTS I REGRET BUYING – You Don’t Need These

      As a first time mom, I wanted to buy ALL the best things for my baby. And in the process I realized there are a bunch of them I actually didn’t need or didn’t end up using. Here are the baby products I regret buying.  1. Intricate baby outfits Anything from newborn shirts to constricting jeans (I think they’re ok if they’re a more flexible fabric). In the first months I mainly used baby grows, onesies, simple things that you just change quickly, because as new babies they will spit up a lot and have blow outs, so you want to make the changes quick and easy for both…

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    10 Things I Learned in My First Year as a Mom | WHAT I WISH I KNEW BEFORE HAVING A BABY

    Hi to all moms or future-moms out there! I thought today I would share with you a few things that I learned in my first year as a mom and just some bits that I wish I knew before having a baby. When I was pregnant I used to read a lot about being a mom, how to take care of a baby; I would watch youtube videos trying to picture my life with a baby. And yet – as prepared as I thought I was – I learned the most of it AFTER becoming a mom. Because no book can prepare you for the whirlwind that is motherhood. It…

  • baby,  fashion,  mom life,  motherhood,  outfit,  what i wore,  what i wore wednesday

    Tips On Traveling With a Baby | What I Pack & What I Wore

    Happy Wednesday! For today’s post I figured I would do something a bit different than my usual outfit posts. I wanted to share with you a few outfits that I wore on our beach vacation last month, along with my tips for traveling with a baby. I’m also sharing my list of things I packed for my 9 month old (at the time). Obviously, things change when you travel with a baby that is older than 6 months, because you have to take into consideration solids as well. Because I didn’t know what would be available at the hotel to give to Victor, I decided to get jars of baby…

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    baby,  mom,  mom life,  motherhood,  pregnancy

    First Trimester of Pregnancy | My Experience

    Today we’re talking all about the first trimester of pregnancy. Symptoms, what went on week by week, how I felt, ultrasounds etc. If you’re new to my blog, I recently started writing more motherhood/pregnancy/baby posts and I’m hoping to turn my blog a lot more into a mommy lifestyle one, since – obviously – that is my life now 🙂 I already had my baby, but I wanted to share with you my first pregnancy experience. I know when I was pregnant I loved reading about other people’s experiences to find things I could relate to, so I figured I could do the same. So if you’re currently pregnant –…