For the mama's! A list of rashes, what they look like, and what to expect. Great pin to have on hand

Tips to Recognize Common Fever and Rashes in Children

Common Childhood Rashes: when to see the doctor and when to treat at home.

great idea! no more picking up your childs cup and rinsing it every 5 minutes

Sippy Cup Leash, Sippy Cup Strap, Suction Sippy Strap, New Baby Gift, Christmas Gift - Black Pink Dots

This is a great Sippy Strap for all the sippy cup throwing toddlers out there! This durable Sippy Strap is made of a double layer of ribbon,

How to Make Rice Water To Treat Stomach Flu. This recipe has been in my family for YEARS. It works wonders ESPECIALLY for infants. Seriously, if you have a baby, repin this. You. Will. Need. It.

How to Make Rice Water To Treat Stomach Flu- useful when somebody is having stomach issues such as vomiting or diarrhea. Boil water with salt. Strain out rice. Allow rice water to cool a bit before drinking.

36 Ingenious Things You'll Want As A New might want to pin this one!

32 Ingenious Things You'll Want As A New Parent

Infant Airplane Seat - Flyebaby Airplane Baby Travel Comfort System - Air Travel with Baby Made Easy: Flybaby is the true must-have when traveling with.

How to Make a Week's Worth of Baby Food in ONE Hour

A great idea for making Olivia real food blends for gtube feeds. A fantastic step by step guide to preparing homemade baby food. I thought it would take a lot longer, but this tells you how to prepare a week's worth in an hour!

It's like a keurig for babies! lol...COOLEST THING EVER even tho im all done with babies this small :)

It's like a Keurig for babies! The Baby Brezza Formula Pro makes bottles already mixed and at the right temp in seconds!

Love these colors!

Henry's Vintage Airplane Nursery

Love this paint color so much, especially with the dark wood! - bold color with dark wood

Tip for nursing - if your baby's hands are clenched tight they aren't done nursing yet! Great blog for baby tips from a doula.

Tip for nursing or feeding baby in general. If your baby's hands are clenched tight they aren't done nursing yet, look for soft, open hands while your baby is feeding. When their hands are relaxed it means they are full.