Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Must Have Nursing Accessory!

What is it?
Undercover Mama functions as an undershirt, keeping your back, sides and belly covered as you nurse. It has no straps and attaches directly to the outer flaps of any top-opening nursing bra. Undercover Mama remains attached while in use. You will feel like you are wearing a regular cami under you shirt, but when you need to nurse you still just have to undo the flap on your bra and Undercover Mama opens with it- No extra flaps or hooks to deal with each time. Undercover Mama's generous length make them great to layer under your shirts and allow you to nurse comfortably.

Undercover Mama

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Weekly Pregnancy Updates

I love BabyCenter.com. Each week I get an email telling me about the baby growing inside me. It is so amazing to see the little picture of what things are looking like in my uterus this week and it also tells you what size baby is supposed to be that week. Today my baby is the size of an avacado! Is that not cool!! Check it out, sign up, and let the weekly emails begin! BabyCenter

My baby bean is a BOY!!! We are so excited!!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Those silly little fingernails.

Something i didn't think about until my little bundle was born were his sharp little fingernails. Fortunately my wonderful nurse tracked down a tiny, white, long sleeved, little tee with cuffs. He wore this the whole time we were at the hospital and he wore it home! So much for the cutsey little outfit I got for him to come home in! Shirts with cuffs are awesome! Those scratch mittens are a JOKE! Either the elastic is to tight and you are cutting of blood flow to babys fingers or they just fall right off. Point of the story is - get a cute outfit for baby come home in, just make sure it has cuffs!

*Another note, we mommys make all kinds of plans and think things are going to be just so. I ended up with an emergency c-section and by the time we got to go home, I didn't really care what he was wearing (or what I was wearing for that matter)! I was just happy we were going home. Take it all in stride and everything will work out, don't be dissapointed by the things that don't go as you may have planned. The most important thing is that your little family is safe and snug!