Have you been following Baby Oliver’s story? Oliver, born at 25 weeks/1 lb 9 oz, is now 11 weeks old and just broke the 5 lb mark. Doctors are hopeful that he will be able to leave the NICU in a month or so, though he will have frequent doctor visits and potential future surgeries ahead of him. The family has insurance however, it doesn’t cover all costs (bills are arriving daily) or their extra expenses involved with his NICU stay. Amii is spending most of her time about 3 hours away from home so she can be in the NICU with Oliver, and her husband is caring for their older kids and driving back and forth. [Click to continue reading and find out how to enter]
I photographed these products with permission at the ABC Expo. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and I paid my own way to the show. All opinions are my own. In addition to cloth diapers and cloth diaper accessories, there were lots of great products for mom & baby at the ABC Kids Expo. [click to continue reading]
Post contains affiliate links. These are items I personally like, I was not asked to mention the products, nor was I compensated to do so. There are a lot of things that a new mom really doesn’t need, but there are a lot of things she may appreciate, that she doesn’t even know about! Here are some things that I loved having as a new mom.
When my oldest was a newborn, I fell asleep and woke up looking like someone had dumped a bucket of water on me. Nursing pads are a must for most moms in the beginning, and reusable nursing pads save you money and eliminate the risk of running out at an inopportune time! [click to continue reading]
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