Bringing home a new baby is an exciting yet scary time in a parent’s life. The immediate intense love that you experience for such a tiny little human quickly brings to the forefront all of the worries and fears – is he getting enough milk, is she crying from pain, are their dirty diapers supposed to be that color? While all of those are legitimate questions new parents often wonder, worrying about your child while they sleep is consistently on the top of our list of biggest concerns. Thankfully, technology has long given us the ability to watch our baby as they sleep from anywhere in the home. Not only can we check in on baby with just the slightest glance at a monitor, but we can also talk to baby and even check the temperature of the room. While all of these functions have greatly aided in easing our concerns as new parents, Angelcare has taken baby monitors even further by adding a wireless motion monitor able to detect even the slightest of baby’s movements in the crib. We call this a major parenting win.
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If you have loved ones on your holiday gift list this year who live an eco-friendly life, you might find it overwhelming trying to find natural and/or organic gifts that will fit into their lifestyle. From candles to children’s sleepwear to wine, we’ve rounded up some of our absolute favorite gift ideas for everyone on your list – hand selected for their dedication to being made with natural and organic materials and ingredients – so you can give them confidently; and you loved ones will appreciate the thought and consideration behind them.
Earlier this year, you welcomed a new baby into your family. Before that baby arrived, you likely celebrated with showers and gifts. Babies are so easy to shop for, right? But, now that the baby is here, what do you give for Christmas? We’ve got a few ideas up our sleeves that will make moms and babies alike smile from ear to ear. Read on to find out what baby gifts are in for Christmas 2016.
Shopping for a pregnant mama or a new mom can be a challenge – there’s a dizzying array of products to choose from, and it’s hard to know what’s sure to delight her. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up all the very best – some new products and some tried-and-true favorites – for the New Mom & Baby Holiday Extravaganza. And the best part? YOU can win the items featured here. Be sure to read about these incredible products, watch our Facebook LIVE video to see the products in action, and scroll to the bottom of this post to enter for your chance to win.
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Sleep is one of the biggest concerns when a new baby enters your world. Not only are you, the parent, exhausted in those first few months, but as the first year goes by, it seems that getting your little one to sleep becomes increasingly harder. Thanks to technology, though, we have come a long way in getting our little ones to fall asleep peacefully, allowing us to get some much needed shut-eye of our own. For every new mom and dad, the ‘LectroFan White Noise Fan Sound Machine is on our list of must-haves.
Being a new parent is scary. We’ve all gone in to triple-check on our baby’s breathing as they sleep — even if we bought that high-tech, wireless video monitor. The Baby Vida Oxygen Monitor is designed to put parents’ minds at ease — so everyone can sleep a little better at night!
Co-sleeping (defined as sharing a common sleeping area with your child – whether it be the same room, bedsharing, etc.), offers a wide array of benefits to mom and baby. For our ancestors, cosleeping was a matter of survival, and this traditional sleeping practice is catching on again with today’s modern mamas. If you’re contemplating co-sleeping with your baby, read on to learn more about the benefits you’ll reap, and how to practice safe co-sleeping.