Easter is right around the corner! Have you started thinking about what you’re putting in your little one’s Easter basket? With three little ones in our home this year, I’ve had to think through gift ideas for three separate age ranges. Then: Baby’s 1st Easter Basket… as a New Mama For my oldest son’s first Easter – and my first as a mom – I took so much time and care to make his Easter basket PERFECT! I found an adorable white wicker basket, picked fabric and sewed a basket liner, then had it embroidered with his name. I cushioned the bottom with
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The holidays are quickly approaching and for some, that means buying gifts! I’m super excited to buy Christmas gifts for my kids because they’re at such fun ages! Here are some things on my wish list for this holiday season. My Wish List for My One-Year Old 1. Manny + Simon Wooden Train This push train has built-in easy grip handles, so it’s perfectly made for a small child’s hand. It also has an eco-friendly construction, painted with non-toxic, water based paints and made out of 100% pre-consumer reclaimed wood residuals. It’s going to be our “big gift” to Jackson this year
It’s hard to believe it, but my little girl is almost 2! She loves playing with her baby dolls, coloring, and reading books. Every time I go to make a Christmas wish list for her, it seems to grow and grow and grow. She’s my first kiddo, and it’s SO much fun to shop for her! My Christmas Wish List for Jane includes: 1. ERGObaby Doll Carrier She seriously LOVES her babies and it warms my heart. We’re starting babywearing early in this family. 2. Green Toys – Cookware and Dining Set This cooking set is adorable! Jane is really into opening our kitchen cabinets
Let’s all just get this out in the open: the hardest working people in your lives are moms. Breastfeeding moms in particular can get overwhelmed and touched out quickly. With that little bundle of joy by their side and non-stop pumping or nursing draining what energy they have to spare, they deserve a little something that’s just for them. You already know this, because you’re here looking for something to make their day extra special. 1. Stay-Dry Nursing Pads No breastfeeding mom ever has enough of these. Trust me. And these MilkDaze nursing pads are especially handy, with a unique shape
Last month, I put together a Mother’s Day Gift Guide. Since this year will mark my first official Father’s Day, I’ve put together a list of gifts any dad will love that fit any budget. 1. Emperor Penguin (Printable Poster) Download and print this Emperor Penguin poster at home or send to your favorite print-shop. Did you know that the Emperor Penguin is one of the most dedicated fathers in nature? This print is a pretty perfect (and easy) Father’s Day gift. $5.19 (plus printing) 2. Genius Series Pocket Notebook (3 Pack) The shortest pencil is better than the longest memory.