A mom’s first Mother’s Day is an exciting one. Becoming a mother is a magical, exhausting, and ever-changing time in a woman’s life, and the new mama (or mama to be!) deserves to be celebrated. Whether the mom in your life is expecting her first bundle or the baby has already arrived, Daily Mom has you covered with all the best gifts for new and expecting moms this Mother’s Day. From maternity wear to nursing gear, diaper bags to beauty must-haves, we have everything the new mom in your life could want this Mother’s Day.
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There’s a new sleek, chic infant car seat in town, and it’s the Baby Jogger City GO. This infant seat offers top-of-the line safety features, wrapped up in a stunning, modern-looking design. The City GO infant car seat is ideal for modern parents on-the-go, who place the utmost importance on design, function, and safety.
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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If you didn’t have to ask yourself, “What am I going to wear?”, how much time would it save you – allowing you more time to savor your spouses’ glances rather than the glares of, “We’re going to be late… again”. Welcome to your wardrobe’s savior – Melody Lane; where fashion meets everyday real life. Discover fashion that meets all the needs and all the seasons of your life. From being a singleton woman straight through to motherhood, Melody Lane has you covered… literally. This fall, adorn yourself in autumn colors – dressing you casually or formally from head to toe.
A mother’s work is never done. From running to the grocery store, work, park play dates, cleaning, you name it, we do it all. Unfortunately, our health isn’t always at the forefront of our minds. And while most of us do a pretty good job of taking prenatal vitamins to help us stay healthy during pregnancy, we could still be missing out on vital vitamins and minerals that aren’t provided in prenatal vitamins; namely, calcium.
If you’re in your third trimester, the inevitable is near. Ready or not, the baby (or babies) who have been camping out in your tummy will finally make their grand entrance into the world. Therefore, it’s time to pack your hospital bag (assuming that you’re having a hospital birth). Having been there before, we’ve found that these items are absolutely essential for having a positive labor and delivery experience.
By now, the Zika virus’ threat to pregnant women is no secret. It’s been blasted across our news media outlets, discussed in depth on social media, and largely covered by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention for months now — raising eyebrows and causing a bit of panic every time the CDC raises its alert level, most recently to the highest level of concern. We’ve been told of the devastating effects of the virus in Brazil and warned immensely about its transmission to the United States. With summer looming, warmer weather, humid conditions, and the annual reappearance of the mosquito, the fear of the unknown has pregnant women everywhere asking their doctors, “Should I be worried?”
Moms don’t have time to be sick. Whether you have a cold, the flu, or you’re suffering from allergies, being congested can be draining on its own without the added pressure of our family role; even more so when pregnant or breastfeeding limits treatment options.
Here are 6 simple (non-medicated) ways to find relief from congestion.
No one needs a little extra special treatment or a little spoiling more than a new or pregnant mom! Pregnancy and newborn days are tough. Thank the new mom in your life with a Mother’s Day gift that will blow her away.
What if there was another way to address your infertility instead of going through the status quo of treatment? Instead of relying on the “standard treatments” of hormone injections, pills, scheduled sex, not to mention the escalating roller coaster and crash effects you feel with your moods… would you like to know that there are other treatments?
Meet Dr. Janelle Luk from New York. She understands you and who you are. Why? Because she’ll take the time to sit with you, listen to you and work with YOU instead of working the treatment protocol on another body. You are her focus, not the infertility or the treatments. Join in on the interview about how she conducts her passionate business in servicing women by a woman.
Holding your baby for the first time is still engrained in your mind as though it were only yesterday that they were born. You can still remember their small frame sleeping in your arms quietly cooing in their sleep as their chest slowly rises and lowers. The genuine love and immediate sense of protection is over-whelming, yet it is everything that was ever hoped for when becoming a parent.
Birthing a baby, though obviously quite normal, seems to be complicated in today’s culture. From the moment you announce your pregnancy, people will have advice to give. There are choices to be made and—once you’ve made those choices—choices to be defended at seemingly every turn. Everyone (or so it seems) has a pregnancy or birth or postpartum horror story to tell—whether it’s theirs or just someone they know. With all this information and confusion, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and scared at the very thought of giving birth.
Being pregnant can stir-up a wide range of emotions. Oftentimes during pregnancy, those who are expecting are exposed to ignorant comments and questions that make them question society. It’s as though some individual’s filters from their brain to their mouth are broken, and they ask invasive questions and say whatever brutally-honest comments come to mind.
There are some things that should never be said to a pregnant woman and there are questions that should never be asked. Here are a list of 15 items to be weary of when talking to a pregnant woman.
Being pregnant during the summer months presents a number of challenges, but one that can be particularly frustrating is that it coincides with wedding season. Even though you won’t be “the” woman of the hour, you are likely to attract some attention so you’d probably like to find something that flatters your bump but doesn’t break the bank. Here are four sources to help you be a stylish mama-to-be at any summer nuptial!