The following are my favorite places to run, not to say that there aren’t more trails, I just haven’t had a chance to try them yet. Some including Oak Point Nature Preserve and Addison Circle Trail. Most of these are in North, North Dallas.
Lone Star Ranch Trail- Frisco (0.5mi) This is a short trail but still located within a subdivision where you can extend your run. Beautiful creeks, with…
Cutest grocery cart / high chair cover…. and functional too! It’s made by A child of mine by Carter’s. It has ties that secure the cover to the grocery cart, a hidden pocket for phone or keys, and loop ties that you can attach toys too. Available at walmart, amazon, etc. #smartbuy
Since I’ve permed and colored my hair, I have been trying hair care products for color treated hair. Here are some reviews of products I like/dislike.
The hardest thing and obstacle for me once I got home from the hospital was breastfeeding. Here are some tips and products that will help with first time moms to make the transition smoother in adjusting to all the new changes. These products were life savers!
I wish I had someone to tell me what all I would need once I got home from the hospital. Some of these things you wouldn’t even think about getting especially for 1st time moms, because you don’t know what to expect. I know I didn’t even think about them and it didn’t even occur to me that I would need them until I was home with the baby and actually needed them. I would wait for these items until after your baby shower. but if you don’t get them, Get Them before your baby is here. All these items will be great baby shower gifts too. If you love your girlfriend: please, please, please, ladies, get these to help out your girl!
-prenatal/breastfeeding supplement vitamins w/ DHA
-heating pads for let down: decreases time for your let down, great for babies who do not have a good latch and are impatient.
-nipple cream: at first your nipples will be sore and crack due to breastfeeding. This is just temporary. It gets better!
-fenugreek, nursing supplements, thistle teas
nursing bra that have holes to hold the flanges/breast shields
-extra set of nipples for bottles
-nipple Guard just in case your baby does not develop a good latch
-nursing pillow (the hoppy, brestfriend, etc)
-cocoa butter, belly butter
-post partum belt or girdle (medela, belly bandit, etc )
-exfoliating/moisturizing body wash/lotion
-heavy flow pads, even pads for the bed – you will have heavy, heavy bleeding for up to 6 weeks due to your uterus shrinking back down to normal size.
-Colace for mama – it will be hard to have the first bowel movement after delivery because of the pain medicine/anesthesia
-baby saline nose drops – this is basically the only thing besides Tylenol that you can use if you baby gets sick.
-Dr. Boudreaux’s Butt Paste
-NoseFrida, no nasal aspirator bulbs! – they grow black mold/bacteria and you can’t see it! For the same reason the same to bath toys, or humidifiers. Because of the enclosed constant moisture, it is an optimal environment for mold to grow.
-baby swing, or bouncer
-baby mittens!!! or socks
-People you have for back-up to cook and clean, drive to/from hospital, pet-sit
-sam’s/costco membership for savings on bulk items: diapers, wipes, formula
-sign up with similac.com to get free samples/coupons in the mail. I’m still getting samples/coupons in the mail and my baby is 5 months old.
Hope this HELPS!📝🚼👣checklist for moms – to – be: the essentials The hardest thing and obstacle for me once I got home from the hospital was breastfeeding. Here are some tips and products that will help with first time moms to make the transition smoother in adjusting to all the new changes.