16 Must Have Items for Baby’s Diaper Bag

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Congratulations! You are now responsible for another tiny human being. You come home with your precious bundle of joy and spend the next few weeks honing your survival skills with the newest family member. Before you know it, a trip to the grocery store is warranted. What seemed like a menial task before baby was here, now feels like you’re packing to go on a trip to Italy. Worry not! Here’s a list that can help you get ready to brave the world again with your tiny tot. This list may applicable up to baby’s first year.

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A Mom’s Survival Guide to the First Month with Baby

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Before my first child was born, I would read books and articles of experiences from other moms on how they welcomed baby and what the next few months was like for them. In truth, none of these truly prepared me for what I was about to experience.

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The Basics of Staying Dry While Nursing

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Leaking? No Problem! This post will cover the basics of staying dry while nursing.

Nursing Bras

I skimped on nursing bras with my first born as I was not very successful with breastfeeding, so when my second one came along, I thought I would make do with a regular bra. If you’re like me and thinking of doing the same thing, I urge you not to.

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A Review of the Elvie Pump

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I am fortunate to have insurance that allows me to obtain an electric breast pump free of cost to me. However, when I found myself back at work and in meetings that would last all day, pumping at work soon became a challenge. I was very determined to make breastfeeding work this time and seriously began considering purchasing a portable pump. After much research, I found two wearable breast pumps in today’s market: the Willow and the Elvie. After much research, I decided to opt for the Elvie.

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