Ever tried shopping for your favorite brand of Formula in less than 20 minutes? Seems like an impossible task, isn’t it?
Health insurance is very complicated and it is mainly because there are so many factors that effect it. There is no single solution for everyone so it is very important to do your own research for your specific needs before you jump into it so you can avoid surprises and plan ahead. Here are some quick tips that may work for you.
Having a baby usually involves 3 phases from the insurance and doctor visit standpoint:
Phase 1 —- monthly prenatal checkup for mom (which get more frequent as the due date approaches) Continue reading
You’ve stocked up on cute outfits to wear as your belly grows, but what happens after baby is born? We wouldn’t want all those maternity clothes to be left in the attic forever (or until your next pregnancy)!
If you’ve ever spoken to a woman about what she wore during her pregnancy, it’s pretty likely you’ll have heard her say something like “I was so sick of them that I wanted to burn them all afterwards”. It’s often due to three reasons:
- Her maternity wear choices were too limited, and so she had to wear them day-in and day-out,
- Her clothes were uncomfortable, or
- She never really loved the garments in the first place.
Here are some good choices you can make while shopping for pregnancy outfits, which can remain in your closet for years to come and be a delight to wear!
No matter how many Infant Care Classes you attend, you will not be prepared enough for the first diaper change you will be doing, with the sticky, hard, messy, meconium-filled poopy diaper staring you in your face and demanding an immediate reflex reaction to dispose of it in a rabbit hole that you never have to go into! And then it strikes you – where do I put this poopy diaper? Do I just throw it in the trash? Will it stink up the whole house if I do?
I personally used the trash can religiously for the first few months of the baby’s life, and trust me, my house never smelled bad! But the real nightmare started when the little pooper started eating solid foods regularly (at around 7 months’ age). I couldn’t enter the house (not just the bathroom!) without being fully equipped with an inhaler and gas mask.
This is where a specially designed diaper pail comes into play. And then the most obvious question – which one should I buy?