• Breastfeeding Resources Moms Should Know

    Preparing to breastfeed before you give birth is one of the many ways you can set yourself up for a successful breastfeeding journey. From finding a local lactation consultant to work with, to taking a breastfeeding class or even by reading a book - there are many things you can do to educate yourself! We also highly suggest getting acquainted with these wonderful resources below! Lactation Link: Started by Lindsey Shipley an RN, Childbirth Educator, and IBCLC-certified Lactation Coach - Lactation Link offers online breastfeeding courses, webinars and an active social media community.   Kelly Mom: Without a...
  • 4th Trimester Resources

    Have you heard of 'the 4th trimester’? It’s the concept that the final phase of pregnancy begins after your baby is born and lasts the first few months of their life. It’s the postpartum period of healing, growing and developing. It’s hard, no doubt maybe the hardest part of pregnancy all together! Here are a few great articles and resources to help you navigate the 4th trimester.  The First Forty Days: This is a wonderful book full of support and recipes created specifically to nourish the healing mama after birth. Read this during your 3rd trimester!...
  • 3 Reasons To Put Yourself On Your Baby Registry

    Registering for a baby can be an overwhelming task for a first time mom - there’s soooo much baby gear to think about, so many different reviews and opinions to consider. We often find that moms forget one very important category when registering….putting themselves on the list! That’s right - it’s not just all about baby, mama. You need to take care of yourself during the postpartum and early days with a newborn in order to be the best mother you can be. So when you’re thinking about creating your perfect registry before your baby shower...
  • The Bainbridge Boheme Makes Herself a Priority

    Life with a new baby brings lots of adventures, beautiful moments, and challenges. While every postpartum journey is different, there is so much wisdom to be gathered from the experiences of other women. Heidi Stephens of Bainbridge Boheme recently shared the lessons she learned welcoming baby number 2 while showing off our Eva Maternity & Nursing Robe. In the refreshingly honest post, she opens up about the mistakes she made the first time, the importance of accepting help from your tribe, and her new-found focus on making time for herself. So, grab your robe, get cozy, and...
  • Sleepy Time Tips & Must-Haves for Baby

    Getting babies to sleep each night can be a real struggle. While there's no magic trick for getting the job done—trust us, we wish there were too—there are healthy habits you can establish with your little one to make sleepy time a little more peaceful. Studies show that a consistent nighttime routine leads to better-rested kiddos, and factors into childhood development, day-to-day behavior, and temperament. We've rounded up some of our favorite products to help babies sleep better: Rub-a-dub-dub—There are few things more soothing for a baby than a warm, relaxing bath. We love Ultra Calming Bubble Bath from The Honest...
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