Disclaimer: SavvyBaby sent me a set of their swaddle blankets for me to review. All thoughts, opinions, etc. are original and my own. This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.
Bottom line, love this company, love these blankets. Some of you may remember I reviewed SavvyBaby’s stroller organizer earlier this year, and how awesome all the extra features were. The same company also has a line of muslin swaddle blankets that are just so darn sweet, I can’t wait to use them with our new little one.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DairyPure Milk. All opinions are 100% mine.
1. Take a deep breath
Deep breathing is a great “calm-down” technique. Teach your toddler to take a deep breath before they get upset, that way they know how to do it when they are upset.
Disclaimer: I received this product for the purpose of this review, however, I am not compensated for writing or obligated to write anything specific. These are my own opinions and they have not been influenced in any way by Baby Mantra.
I’m going to say flat out — I loved playing with this set! Miriam is obsessed with the hand lotion, and I’m hoarding the diaper cream and massage oil until this new baby is born. I also was thrilled to see that Baby Mantra makes a natural bubble bath for babies / kids, because I have been on the search for one forever.
But let’s get into the specifics… how natural is it? You can read the full details here, but the gist of it is that their products are organic, sustainable, natural ingredients, and not tested on animals. I felt very safe using them on myself and my toddler. It’s important to me to try to find natural products not only because I think they work better, but because we try to limit our exposure to any kind of potentially harmful chemicals and pesticides.
Disclaimer: I received this product for the purposes of this review. All thoughts, opinions, etc. are honest and my own. This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.
I love the idea of teething necklaces, probably because my baby never let me wear regular necklaces. She’d pull on them, put them in her mouth, and eventually wearing a necklace got to be more trouble than it was worth.
A great solution to that is to use a teething necklace, which also are great for babywearing mamas who carry their babes around much of the time. This is the first one I’ve tried, and I really liked it! Chew-choos seems like a great company (run by moms in California!), the necklace was cute and though she’s now a toddler, Miriam loves it.
Disclaimer: I received a free Baby Footprint Kit in exchange for this review. All opinions and graphics contained in this post are honest and my own. This post contains Amazon affiliate links.
Doing hand and foot prints is something I wanted to do when Miriam was a little tiny newborn, but I somehow never got organized and made it happen. Better late than never right? This kit works for toddlers too!