Our breast pumps have a digital screen, displaying information such as pumping and let-down, suction level (select your comfort level from one to nine) and usage time. Another feature of the Chicture breast pump is the memory function, allowing you to set a suction level you are comfortable with that will automatically be triggered when you use the pump. #babywombworld#breastfeeding#newparents#newmom#babyshower#bestbreastpump#musthavebreastpump#bestofthebest#pregnancy #firsttimemom
This was the morning we left for France....bright eyed and bushy tailed, we were so on top of bedtime and naps! I was fully aware that coming to France most of what we had accomplished was going to go out of the window....of course I was unfortunately proved correct and I have not slept longer than 3 hours at any point whilst we have been out here. Is this the 4 month sleep regression I ask myself? Or is this simply because she is not at home in her own bed/safe surrounds? I am praying it is the later and when we get home I will magically get 5 hour sleeps again. I am absolutely not complaining....I was fully prepared for this to happen but I would love to know if anyone thinks this is sleep regression or just not being at home?! Amandine goes to bed at 8pm, dream feed at 10.30pm, wakes at 1/1.30am, 4/4.30am,5.45/6am 🤦♀️ As this has been going on for 9 nights I now fear she has developed a new routine? Thoughts please! 📸 @hendrikjaulin #mumtalk#sleep
One month ago today, our lives changed forever! Our beautiful girls arrived 8 weeks early, two little miracles that have taught us that the smallest can most certainly be the strongest. Charlotte and Matilda amaze us every single day and we are blessed to finally say that we are their mummy and daddy. We are bursting with love for them and can’t wait to have them home with us. 💕💕#irishtwins #ivfsuccess#nicubabies#newparents#miracleshappen
• η σ я ∂ • . . Se volvió a parar el tiempo justo 15 meses después, para que volviéramos a sentir esa sensación indescriptible. Te queremos desde que supimos que eras una realidad ♡. . . • 16/01/2019 • 4.40 ᴀᴍ • 2.870 ɢʀ • 48.5 ᴄᴍ Nord ♡ #babynord#solonosfaltabastú
Hey guys! Time for some reality check!! . Love is in the air? Wait till you have Kids!..... . So, it’s nice to keep all your inhibitions behind and face the reality. And guess what, as always, there exists a solution too🤷🏻♀️. . NOTHING can sink a relation like differences over parenting. Sometimes the areas of disagreement are stark and dramatic, leading to blowups and out-and-out breaks💔. Most of the time they’re subtle and unstated, a matter of dark looks and long-simmering resentments, that erode, rather than rupture, formerly close relationships.💍. . How Overparenting affected relationship with my Husband.... "We will not over indulge as parents" "We will give space to each other" "We will respect each other's opinion" "We will not go by the book- rather enjoy parenting as just another extension to our lives" These were some of the resolutions my husband & I decided upon the day we entered parenthood. A soft & caring person as he is, I knew he would be an equally doting and totally involved parent when it comes to kids. However little did I know that there exists an extreme to the aspect of parenting as well- Over parenting!👀 It started from the time of birth of our twins👶🏻👶🏻. Initially I did understand the fuss about hygiene and cleanliness around for our newborns, but then it started going to another level😱. From ensuring how their clothes were being washed to washing each & every feeding bottle by himself- I saw my husband going overboard in terms of taking care of our babies. . A guest coming over to see our babies was supposed to go through several levels of screening before entering our room- no slippers, mask, sanitised hands, no kids etc etc- my husband started nestling our newborns in a protective layer to minimise their exposure to germs in the atmosphere🦗🐜🕷. I started hating that sanitiser bottle that used to linger around me & the babies 24*7! ....cont in comments below ⬇️...
💕BUMPDATE💕 weeks 29-33 have been the hardest BY FAR!!! after an easy breezy 1st and 2nd trimester, this home stretch is really getting me ready for this big change! i’m up all night - if not to pee, then in an attempt to breathe through my swollen nostrils (thanks, hormones!) 🙄 i still carry tums everywhere i go, and i attract the boldest people with the craziest comments!!! (more on that in a future blog post) ✨the rage has been SO real, the belly is getting SO big (and SO heavy) but it’s worth every single bit of discomfort knowing that the little queen bee 🐝🎀will be here SO SOON!!! final 6 week countdown begins!💪🏽🙌🏽
Daniel and I are adapting to our new life. We are figuring out the balance between our roles as parents and business owners. ⠀⠀ Working for yourself can often times make the work/life balance a challenge. We find ourselves working almost every weekend and night. ⠀⠀ But I’m so thankful that we have built this opportunity for ourselves to be home while we are working so that we can take time off throughout the day to play with our son when he is awake and spend time with each other. ⠀⠀ As Oliver grows up, we want him to be able to see how hard we work and learn that he can build his own dream one day. And to enjoy life along the way, taking time to play and enjoy the fruits of his labor. ⠀⠀ Double tap if you are living or working towards the life you want to live. #danielandbethany Photo credit: @kayladenae
Well, I have to admit that the actual quote is, “O, wind, if winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”. I meant to change it, then got distracted and posted before I did. Small children learn from you telling them these things. It helps develop their comprehension and vocabulary, especially when you explain anything they don’t understand. Learning is enhanced when it involves significant interaction with another interested and caring person. You are your child’s first, and forever, your child’s most important teacher. Be conscious of what you are teaching. For some short poems to share with your child, see our blog post #8 at www.pelicanfamily.com. Learning short poems and sayings has always been fun for me. My mother started me on that, as she often said these kinds of things. And I loved to use them with students for writing projects. Small children learn from you telling them these things. It helps develop their comprehension and vocabulary, especially when you explain anything they don’t understand. Learning is enhanced when it involves significant interaction with another interested and caring person. You are your child’s first, and forever, your child’s most important teacher. Be conscious of what you are teaching. To find some short poems to share with your young child, look at our blog post 8, at www.pelicanfamily.com. #pfsbooks#youareyourchildsfirstteacher#parentsmatter#parentresponsibility#parentsasteachers#parentingtips#newparents#newmoms#newdads#dads#newdads#mothering#parenting#teenmoms#teendads#parentforlife#talkreadsing#poemsforkids#learningvocabulary#vocabularydevelopment#childdevelopment#poemsoftheday
9 months ago, we planted this 5-day-old embryo. We watered it with hope, tears, injections, and probably way too much peanut butter. And, somehow, that speck grew into this little girl who has filled our hearts with the biggest, most extraordinary kind of love. It wasn’t how we expected to get here, but we couldn’t imagine it any other way. 📸@thedadview . . Follow 👉 @coolestbabies_ .
I guess I always thought it was kind of over exaggerated wives tale about early parenthood, but I’m quickly learning that there really are days when you have to just resign yourself to the sofa, and make your peace with the fact that nothing is going to be accomplished. And that’s ok. Plus, the snuggles are hard to beat! new (short) blog post all about this just uploaded. Tag a new parent (or even a dab hand) who needs to remember this. We could all use a reminder from time to time ❤️ (Link in bio)
Human behavior is motivated by the desire for belonging, understanding, significance, and connection. We know that children who feel connected to their parents, their families, and their communities are less likely to misbehave. When kids feel good, they act “good.” When they feel loved, encouraged, and respected, they tend to be cooperative, loving, and respectful themselves. #parenting#baby#babies#infant#newparents#parent#mom#dad#mother#father