I’ve used Pampers Swaddlers since the day we brought our baby home — because they are soft and absorb well. Plus, Swaddlers have a moisture indicator strip, which helped with my observations of baby’s potty signals. However… after using disposable diapers for 16 months and trying cloth diapers for the first time, I’m honestly wishing I made the switch to cloth diapers sooner! I found a good deal on used cloth diapers that were in excellent condition. See why I’m now a huge fan of Alva cloth diapers with snaps that grow with your baby, how to clean cloth diapers, my tips for stripping cloth diapers of bacteria, and my thoughts on cloth diapers vs disposable diapers today.
Whether you're trying to be mindful of the environment and/or you just prefer to use organic and natural products during your pregnancy, start here! You'll find some helpful ways that moms are enjoying an organic pregnancy on a budget -- choosing all-natural, biodegradable, and organic products for mom and baby.
Whether you have issues with regular (traditional) pregnancy products or not, there’s just something special about wanting to protect your baby’s health and pureness from conception to birth. I’ve got some great suggestions for you… that helped me when I was pregnant and looking for organic pregnancy products on a budget. See which ingredients in foods & beauty products are safe to use during pregnancy.
Lots of great reasons to choose cloth baby diapers here. They’re not like the cloth baby diapers when you were growing up. They’re better! There’s no need for diaper pins and folded edges anymore. Today’s cloth diapers have different closures that keep them snugly on your baby — without the need for pins.
With so many baby bottles on the market, does it really matter which one you choose?
What’s the difference between all these baby bottles? Which are the best …and why? What do the experts say? Here are the best baby bottles, according to mothers and other experts.
Tips for living a more natural and toxin-free life for you and your baby.
Here are 3 cheap and easy ways to make your baby’s nursery greener–from organic crib bedding at Walmart prices to family heirlooms and solid wood furniture.
Pregnant, but scared to use the chemicals in nail polish? Which nail polishes are safe to use while pregnant? I researched the best formaldehyde free and toluene free nail polish brands. Here’s my review of pregnancy-safe Nicole nail polish by OPI.