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The Baby Products Every Newborn Mama Needs: Part II

Last time I posted I gave you a list of products every mama needs for their baby. And there were obviously some things that I left off of that list – but it was for good reason. Because some things that you’re going to buy really do depend on what you’re going to use them for. And some really depend on your child. So for all of ya’ll that were waiting, here’s the second part of the list:

The things that depend on YOU:

Baby wraps and carriers: Most of the moms that I know actually have multiple baby carriers because different situations call for different kinds of carriers. Plus, the carrier you choose needs to fit your lifestyle. Obviously the wrap you wear while nursing or walking around the house wouldn’t necessarily be the same baby carrier you’d wear on a hike. Personally I have the Moby and the Infantino Mei Tei. The Moby is great for being around the house. RJ slept great in it as a newborn and still likes it today. The Mei Tei works really well for pretty much anything now that he’s older, but was my go-to wrap for running errands when he was first born. I love them both – and neither were overly expensive. My theory on baby carriers was that I could always upgrade if my baby didn’t care for the ones we invested in already. Bottom line: do your research, make sure the wrap fits your everyday lifestyle and don’t be afraid to buy more than one carrier...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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