I was not asked to write nor was I compensated for this post. If you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may receive a small commission – thank you! Phew! My laundry is done, I’m all unpacked, photos uploaded and notes (almost) sorted through. I have several posts for you but there are so many new things from Cottonbabies, it needed its own!
Now through June 22nd, purchase a Baby Jack & Co. lovey from Up On the Hill (use code KIND and choose in-store pickup for the $18 price) or directly from Baby Jack and Company (use code KIND to offset the shipping fee), and it could pay off. This #spreadthelovey campaign provides loveys to babies in the NICU. Up on the Hill is raising lovey donations for “Friends of Oliver – Winchester Medical Center,” where Oliver spent the beginning of his 100+ day NICU stay after his birth at 25 weeks.
Post contains affiliate links. Tula Baby Carriers are in high demand and seem to be snapped up from retailers as quickly as they’re stocked. So much so that some retailers do draw to purchase for new prints. I thought it might be helpful to have a list of retailers who carry Tula carriers in the U.S. and Canada. This may be a work in progress so bear with me!
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.