Disclosure: I created this post as a paid ambassador with Philips Avent and PTPA. All advice and opinions are my own and I only work wth companies I genuinely love.
As you may know from my previous post, my fourth child has finally arrived and I am so relieved and happy that he is here! It was really tough those last few days before I delivered but now I am recovering and I’m slowly starting to feel like myself again.
When I was pregnant with my second child, I was really nervous because I didn’t know how I was going to manage with 2! I thought, what if I had to tend to my older child and my little one was crying? How could I hold the new born baby and still get stuff done?
I had a inexpensive baby carrier for my first child but I didn’t like it because it didn’t have much back support and so I wouldn’t be able to hold my baby for long periods of time in it. Short walks with my inexpensive carrier were not even tolerable.
With that in mind, I wanted to try a different type of carrier, the wrap kind. I’ve seen other moms with baby wraps and it seemed a bit intimidating, with all the long pieces of fabric that you have to wrap round and round. It made me wonder if it was actually safe and secure and worth the money. I didn’t want to spend more than 100 dollars on something that I didn’t like using.
I stopped by a local baby store and they recommended the Baby K’Tan. I have baby no.4 on the way and I plan on using it again. Here’s why I love the Baby K’tan and why I highly recommend it!
Taking care of a toddler is a lot of work, especially when they get to the stage where they’re climbing on every chair, table, object, stool, ledge…you name it. You really have to watch them like a hawk otherwise they could really hurt themselves. Oh the joys of motherhood! My youngest is 18 months now and I’m really cherishing her because soon enough she’ll be like her old sisters and she won’t be my little baby anymore. But there are several things that my toddler does that’s quite annoying or gross. Here’s my list of 8 things that I wish my toddler wouldn’t do.