Baby Settler Blog
Follow along for the latest evidence-based practice and care as well as my personal tips and tricks as a mom of 3.
Are you a new mama wondering about the differences between the Ladybug vs Hakaa? Let’s break these two breastfeeding tools down!
So much of your life changes when you find out that you’re pregnant. But, does your exercise routine have to? And, if you’ve never really worked out before, should you start now? There are pregnancy-safe exercises that are extremely beneficial in helping you have a...
Do you want to introduce bottles into your baby’s feeding routine? There are a few baby bottle best practices to make the transition a smooth one.
“How do I get my body ready for pregnancy?” If you’ve decided to expand your family, you’ve probably asked yourself this question. There are a few things to put on your preparing for pregnancy checklist to ensure that you’re physically as well as mentally ready for...
Wondering about getting more rest as a breastfeeding mom? One major concern that a lot of new mamas have is that they desperately want to breastfeed, but they also need sleep.
Do babies that are breastfed need less milk in their bottles than formula-fed babies? This topic is an important one, and one that really triggers me! Let’s break down the facts.
First Trimester Survival Guide: From Morning Sickness Tips To What To Include In Your Pregnancy Meal Plan
You recently found out that you’re pregnant… Amazing! You’re probably experiencing a range of emotions from excitement to overwhelm. You might have a ton of questions whirling around in your head. How do you need to adjust your life to support the development of your...
Are breastfeeding pillows unsafe? Should they even be available on the market to purchase? This newborn feeding tool can be extremely helpful. But, it’s important to know what it’s for and what it’s not for.
If you want to co-sleep, there are ways that you can make it safer. I definitely recommend that you seek out resources and set yourself up to co-sleep in the safest way possible. However, there are a few reasons why I still do not recommend co-sleeping that go beyond safety.