Health & Beauty

The Average Cost Of Having A Baby + The Cost Of Raising A Baby For The First 2 Years [See How Much It REALLY Costs]

The total cost of having a baby in the first 2 years falls somewhere between $12,462 and $26,612. You can break this down to something like $500 to $1000 a month. Here’s a breakdown of the actual numbers… the cost to have a baby, plus the cost to raise a baby for the first 2 years.

70 Breastfeeding Myths Debunked – All Of Your Breastfeeding Questions Answered Here!

Sometimes it’s hard to separate all of the silly breastfeeding myths from the tried and true facts about breastfeeding. Here are 70 common breastfeeding myths that many women believe. A list of breastfeeding inaccuracies that you can quit worrying about as a new mom. Plus, breastfeeding tips to make the process of breastfeeding your baby even easier!

Breastfeeding Isn’t As Easy As You Might Think! One Mom’s Breastfeeding Tips To Help First Time Mothers Overcome Common Breastfeeding Problems

My top 5 breastfeeding tips for new moms to help you solve common breastfeeding problems. These are all things that I’ve learned firsthand, after having 3 children. Plus my favorite resources to help you start breastfeeding like a pro!

A List Of Places To Donate Used Baby Blankets In The U.S. + Fun Ways To Repurpose Baby Blankets In Your Home

Wondering what to do with all of your used baby items (like all of those super-soft used baby blankets) when your baby is no longer a baby? I counted nearly 20 baby blankets in my son’s closet… he’s now 2 years old! I wanted to donate them to a special cause. Here’s my experience donating baby blankets to charity, a list of where to donate used baby blankets, and some fun ways to repurpose baby blankets and reuse them around the house!

A Hip Seat Carrier Is A Simple Solution For Carrying A Toddler Who Likes To Walk But Sometimes Needs To Be Carried

At 2-1/2 years old and 35 pounds, my son is quite heavy for me to carry. Even though he can walk on his own, my husband or I usually need to scoop him up and carry him at some point whenever we’re out & about. I’m so glad I discovered this toddler hip seat carrier — it puts an end to muscle fatigue and backaches from carrying a heavy toddler!

A First-Time Mom’s Guide To Contractions: Here’s How True Labor Contractions Feel Different From Early Labor Contractions, False Labor, And Braxton Hicks Contractions

Is this your first pregnancy? Wondering what different types of contractions feel like and when they should start? Here’s how to tell true labor contractions apart from other types of contractions — including false labor and Braxton Hicks contractions.