For anyone planning to brave the friendly-ish skies with little ones, here’s some tried-and-true advice and must-have items to help you navigate the whole journey, rounded up by local moms who travel a lot.
“Nitrous is becoming more popular,” says Amy Giles, owner and certified nurse-midwife at Allen Birthing Center. “When moms come in for a tour of our center, about half of them ask about nitrous. Even a year ago, we never had that question.”
All the prep work involved in welcoming your new bundle is enough to make anyone’s head spin — with or without pregnancy brain. So after you’ve prepared the nursery and been showered with gifts from your registry, check these final basic to-dos off your list.
Apps and websites for when you donít want to leave the house with a screaming baby
Things that once seemed easy, such as a simple trip to the grocery store, suddenly require so much effort, like timing errands between feedings. Don’t fret — we’ve rounded up a list of apps and websites that let you check everything off your to-do list with just a few taps on the smartphone.
Thousands of local moms have embraced cloth diapers as a convenient, cost-effective and eco-friendlier option. Forget the image in your head of a leaky kid in the soiled rag held together by a large safety pin. Today’s cloth diapers aren’t like the ones our grandmothers used.