When I took a picture of this crystal-studded breast pump, I didn’t realize that it was a product one could actually order. I thought the company produced it just for fun, to attract attention at a baby products trade show. It worked — as I posted it on Instagram and Twitter — so if it […] http://bit.ly/1aOtWD8
If I can’t brag about myself on my own blog, then where? First watch the 30-second video below in which I, Whitney Moss, not a stunt-woman, but a 40-year old mother of two, perform a little trick after a short trapeze class. Then, I’ll tell you more about it how this happened. ARE YOU SO […] http://bit.ly/1aOkQqM
As a child, I was a voracious reader. Maybe because I had no video game console. I enjoyed fiction up through the end of my 20s, studied a bit of literature in college, but by the time I was 30, the Internet had really taken off, offering me more bite-sized magazine-style content than ever, and […] http://bit.ly/1axK5xq
I came across this article, in which the author, Professor Karla Erickson explains that if she could do it over, she wouldn’t breastfeed her son. The reason behind her proclamation is that breastfeeding promotes a “gendered division of who does what early into parenting. It provides an infrastructure for an unequal distribution of the work […] http://bit.ly/16RVMA1
I have heard some crazy stories about where people have pumped: driving down the highway (hooray for hands-free pumping bras!); on an airplane; in a multi-stall bathroom at work surrounded by young 20-somethings who had no freaking idea what you were doing or why, only that it was weird. Ok fine, I was the young […] http://bit.ly/10ABV6l
Did you guys see this BBC article circulating the other day? Rookie mom Yasmeen in Pune, India sent it to us. Thanks, Yasmeen! Pregnant women in Finland receive a starter kit from the government that includes this large box, suitable as a newborn sleeping station (includes a mattress), packed with baby necessities from cold weather […] http://bit.ly/1bddivH
This post has affiliate links. I think you guys know how much easier it is to get cards in the mail if someone else does the mailing. If you missed the free Father’s Day card offer from Treat earlier this week, I have good news for you: the promo code is good until 5/31. If […] http://bit.ly/Zu0jpw
When we posted a list of 9 books for new moms and dads, I left out a book recommended by New Jersey reader Rebecca Cain, The Wonder Weeks because I had never heard of it and wanted to learn more. I asked Rebecca to tell me more about the book and she’s done us all […] http://bit.ly/ZiV3Fe
As part of a partnership with Avent, I attended a super amazing event in Los Angeles last month. The Biggest Baby Shower is an expo-style event where attendees pay for tickets to access a beautiful room stuffed to the gills with everything a pregnant woman needs to know about in her first year of motherhood. […] http://bit.ly/10Abs5h
My sister was visiting over the weekend. She’s nine years younger than I am, and the product of my dad’s second marriage, so we are halfsies. That’s a word. Thanks to some happy remarriages among my parents, I am 100% biologically Jewish and 100% dedicated to celebrating Christmas. My sister Emily has decided that she […] http://bit.ly/VxZG6n
I just spent the last 15 minutes testing out this simple baby food recipe from weelicious: Eat Your Greens baby food puree so I could share it with you with some authority. I first saw it in my bloggy friend Catherine McCord’s new book: Weelicious: 140 Fast, Fresh, and Easy Recipes (which was sent to […] http://bit.ly/V87qAr
I’ve been saving and pinning images of baby Halloween costumes all year. I wanted to share this early in case you are inspired to order something or start getting crafty. 1. A Yoda hat like the one above can be the starting point for a Star Wars-themed costume. Wrap baby in a cream-colored blanket and […] http://bit.ly/S7rbkZ
Looking through what I’ve pinned, emailed my husband, bought with my own money, and shared on Facebook, here are a few items that might intrigue you as well. This coffee table from IKEA satisfies my three requirements: shelf for hiding remotes and other junk, no corners to poke your eye out, and modernish design. Source: […] http://bit.ly/PME5oY
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