Category Archives for "Baby Gear Guides"

The 10 Best Nursing Bras (2017 Guide & Reviews)

If you’re an expectant mother, you’ve probably spent a lot of time considering which clothes your baby will need once they arrive. But you may not have spent a lot of time considering your own postpartum wardrobe! No matter whether you choose to bottle feed or breastfeed, your body’s shape may change throughout pregnancy and […]

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The 7 Best Compression Stockings & Socks for Pregnancy (2017 Reviews)

If you’re pregnant, you’re probably already well-aware about swelling and all the discomfort and potential complications that come along with it.And whether you are already experiencing swelling or preparing for the inevitable, remember this simple over the counter remedy that will help with this common pregnancy related issue.Compression socks are an easy to use, non-invasive treatment of swelling […]

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The 12 Best Baby Spoons (2017 Guide & Reviews)

Is your baby about to start weaning off the bottle or breast?If so, it’s going to be time to start solid foods, and that means one thing: picking out some‚Äč really cool baby spoons!Baby spoons are not a complicated product by any stretch, but there are a few characteristics (comfortable, colorful, versatile) that separate the good […]

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The 10 Best Maternity Leggings (2017 Guide & Reviews)

When you become pregnant, you quickly realize that it gets pretty difficult (pretty quickly) to stay in your regular apparel. So, one item you certainly need to consider adding to your wardrobe is maternity leggings. Ultra-versatile, comfortable, and even stylish, every mom-to-be can always count on a great pair to help get her through the […]

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The 14 Best Pregnancy Shoes (2017 Guide & Reviews)

When you become pregnant, your body goes through a lot of changes. Besides choosing the right clothing and body supports, your shoe selection becomes extremely essential throughout your nine month adventure. Why? Well, to put it simply, massive hormones take over. Your feet swell, sweat, your heels crack, and they simply need more support due […]

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