Ho! Ho! Ho! 'Tis the season to be jolly because we are making it a December to remember.
We're playing Santa and we have a whole bag of Wild Baby plush pals to give away this holiday season. It doesn't matter if you're on Santa's naughty or nice list. With short, easy steps, get the chance to have your name onourgiveaway winners list.
Between kids and snakes, who would you rather sit next to on a plane?
Sure, kids are cute and all, but sitting next to one, especially on a long-haul flight, is the stuff of nightmares. I don’t know how they do it, but they seem to have the innate ability to make any seemingly normal and mundane activity extra--extra noisy, extra exhausting, extra disastrous...
With its tons of surprising benefits for both mom and baby, breastfeeding is definitely amazing—and yet so incredibly hard, too! From the first latch through to weaning, moms go through a lot while in the milk-making gig. And if you’re like me (and like so many other moms before us), then chances are you've been worried about your milk supply at one point.
Sweet chill of pumpkin and crisp sunburnt leaves. It's Fall season! It's the perfect time to fall in love and snuggle up with a Wild Baby Plush Pal as we send them your way this November! Enter now and get the chance to win a Plush Pal today.
It's all treats and no tricks here at Wild Baby! We're feeling far from spooky and sensing the good kind of thrill as we launch this month's giveaway! Enter now and get the chance to win a Plush Pal today.
There’s nothing more fulfilling than starting your day at 5am, comforting toddlers who woke up because of a nightmare, and then spending the rest of the day preparing meals, picking up things off the floor, and making sure the kids don’t get crushed by a big ass shelf before my breadwinner husband comes home. Ahhh heaven...
I surveyed the other moms in our office, asking them what other fun activities I should be introducing to my bub.Some suggested that I keep my kid busy with music lessons, literacy classes, and sports. One of my colleagues, on the other hand, Amy, a mom of five boys and obviously more experienced in this whole parenting gig than I am, shocked me with her answer...
Discipline is all about teaching children how to act appropriately and safely.The goal is to encourage good behavior in the child in order to raise an emotionally mature adult in the future. And I’m telling you, it is not a walk in the park.
Or maybe it is a walk in the park...Jurassic Park.
I’m a list person. Even before becoming a rockstar stay-at-home mom, I’ve always been a fan of lists—grocery lists, to-do lists, bucket lists, you name it! My type A personality craved order and organization, and list-making was a surefire way to help me achieve just that. Barely a week after I added “mom” to my portfolio, I learned that the list I made was no newborn checklist after all—it was a shitlist! Nothing—not even my newborn baby starter kit— prepared me for the soul-crushing, mountain-moving, universe-imploding journey that was to come!
Raising two daughters is both difficult and rewarding; raising them alone? It’s amazing and wonderful and meaningful—but it is also hard. REALLY HARD. It gets even more difficult in a world where everything comes in pairs, proclaiming that two is better than one.
Is it still possible to raise kids sans gadgets these days? This is a question I’m sure every millennial parent has asked at one point or another. Having read tons of research about how screen time in excess can be harmful to infants and toddlers, I was hell-bent on raising a gadget-free child. Now three and a half years into motherhood, and I’d like to tell all the iPad-wielding parents out there I’m sorry. I’m sorry I used to go all Judgy McJudgerson on you because you let your kids stay glued to a screen. Not anymore, people. Not anymore.
Before getting pregnant, I maintained a healthy weight of 50 kilos, went to the gym and did yoga three times a week, and ate as well as I could. I loved my body, and I loved showing it off (which is probably the reason why I got pregnant ;) ). After announcing my pregnancy, though, everyone warned me that not only was I going to lose sleep, I was also going to lose the body I worked hard for and then, well...gain weight.