It’s the start of the week, and if you’re in need of some lovely party inspo to brighten up your day, then you’ve come to the right place! Today, I’ve got Kyrie’s sweet and dainty safari celebration for you, and you just have to see these photos from Sunny Side Up Creatives! So go on, and get scrolling!
Gone are the days when you can pack a day before or even on the morning of your trip. Once you’ve got the bump, consider it the start of a life of organized and planned packing–days or maybe even weeks before you need to leave. So consider your hospital bag the first of many bags you’ll surely have to pack ahead of time. A couple of mommy friends and my OB told me that it’s best to have everything ready as early as 36-37 weeks into your pregnancy, or at least start packing some essentials once you’ve reached your 34th week. Each pregnancy is unique, and for someone who’ll soon give birth to another human being, you deserve to free yourself from worry and stress. So to help guide you, we’ve put together your ultimate hospital bag checklist (not just for you and your baby, but for your hubby as well!) so you won’t leave out any essentials.
Miller’s christening celebration took place in a seriously hip venue, the Bench Cafe! We’re loving the aesthetic of the whole place–it’s so Instagram-worthy, you don’t even really have to think about decorating or styling anymore! Sticking with the classic baby boy theme of white and blue, this party was simple yet chic. And of course, the food looked delicious! Check out all the photos captured by Camille Gonzales Photography!
They say preparation is key, and when it comes to breastfeeding, we couldn’t agree more. If you’re worried about what it will be like, what you’ll be doing, and what to expect, calm down and take a deep breath, because we’ve detailed everything for you. From Day 1 until Year 1 and more, we’ve put down what you can expect, some ideas for what you can focus on and do, and a little bit of trivia (just because breastfeeding is so amazing!). Don’t be so worried mommas, you’ve got this!
P.S. – Remember that every mom’s breastfeeding journey is different. While the information below may be a general guide and not something you need to take word for word, it’s always best to consult with a professional if you have any concerns.