I realize breastmilk storage bags and baby hangars aren’t the most exciting gifts ever, but they’re so practical and needed! Here are 10 categories of items that I believe are the most forgotten baby shower gifts.
If you’ve been wondering why in the world you should spend $90 on a block set when there are dirt cheap options on Amazon, I’m giving you 10 reasons.
I’d probably never buy a Gucci baby carrier or crystal-studded toilet seat (that’s a real thing), but I have invested some money in a variety of baby products. Here are 15 expensive baby items worth the money, and 5 that left me wanting more.
The Lovevery Playkits are phenomenal resources for parents, but are they worth the money? Read on to hear a stay-at-home mama’s perspective.
Making educational activities at home is not only fun, but it’s a huge money-saver. Once you invest in a laminator – and it doesn’t cost much – you’ll be able to create dozens of fun learning projects. Here are 17 of our favorite laminating activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and beyond.
The Inspector includes nine toys and costs $80. While I loved and bought this play kit (and pretty much all the others) with my own money, you can’t help but wonder: could I recreate it for less on Amazon?
The Senser includes six toys and costs $80. While I firmly stand behind the quality of the Lovevery play kits, you can’t help but wonder: could I recreate it for less on Amazon?
You can start using black and white contrast cards with babies from Day 1 to encourage growth and vision development. Here’s a free printable so you can create your own!
We loved The Charmer play kit from Lovevery. But I always wondered: could I have recreated this play kit for less on Amazon?
The Looker Play Kit for 0-12 weeks costs $80 and includes eight toys and a play guide. Can we find Amazon alternatives and come out on top?