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Must-Haves for Mom on your Baby Registry

Must-Haves for Mom on your Baby Registry

At Baby Boldly, we believe everything starts with momma. If we care for mommas, then mommas can take care of their baby. When it comes to building a baby registry, between the two of us, we’ve been around the baby block a time or four (not counting all of our family and friends we’ve showered). Something that remains true, is how quickly the baby gear industry evolves, year after year. Keeping appraised of all things awesome for both baby and their caregivers, we bring you the “Must Haves for Mom on your Baby Registry” as you commence on building yours or seek to share recommendations for someone you love. 
How to Host a Meaningful Virtual Baby Shower

How to Host a Meaningful Virtual Baby Shower

This approach to a virtual baby shower really sets up the momma’s “village” for intentional support after she’s birthed baby. That’s the most important thing, when all the realness of motherhood happens - that her village of friends and family actually act on their promises of support. Between receiving the “wishes for momma” cards in the mail and each friend reaching out with touch-base texts or dinner delivery, she’s going to feel less lonely and better supported through one of life’s toughest transitions. The love and support felt in the moments of a baby shower should ultimately linger long into her motherhood journey. By giving her friends and family attending the shower the tools to place an emphasis on the long-haul of motherhood support, you’re giving her one of the greatest gifts ever - her “village”.

The Case for a Birth Plan: 4 Ways it can Transform Birth Experiences

The Case for a Birth Plan: 4 Ways it can Transform Birth Experiences

You might wonder “how on earth do you ‘plan’ for something like birth?” Creating a birth plan drastically changed my first birth experience. And it’s just as important to me the second time around. Here’s four reasons why.
2020: The #Yearofthemother

2020: The #Yearofthemother

Have you heard it’s the Year of the Mother? That’s right – this is 2020 and it’s time mommas get the care they deserve in America.

2020 Mom

If you aren’t familiar with 2020 Mom, you should get to know them! Their mission is “closing gaps in maternal mental health care through education, advocacy, and collaboration.” Their founder and Executive Director, Joy Burkard, is leading the way with heart and guts. She’s making change happen for the good of moms, but ultimately for the good of the world. If you follow us, you know that we believe that when moms are healthy, families are happy and that is the foundation for a better world. Without happy, healthy families, we lose community and when we lose community, what do we have left?,

I Was Gone: A Mother Opens Up About Postpartum Depression and Maternal Mental Health

I Was Gone: A Mother Opens Up About Postpartum Depression and Maternal Mental Health

My husband and I were both so emotionally exhausted that we decided on one last attempt to get pregnant and if it didn’t work out, then it just wasn’t meant to be. I had been on a vitamin and medication regimen prescribed by my doctors to help me “not miscarry”. And as it turned out, after 2 years, it finally worked.

Loss After Life: A Story of Secondary Infertility

Loss After Life: A Story of Secondary Infertility

My husband and I were both so emotionally exhausted that we decided on one last attempt to get pregnant and if it didn’t work out, then it just wasn’t meant to be. I had been on a vitamin and medication regimen prescribed by my doctors to help me “not miscarry”. And as it turned out, after 2 years, it finally worked.

Redefining Self Care

Redefining Self Care

The term self-care has become a buzzword in our culture. Maybe you think you know what it means or maybe you’re not quite sure what it’s really referring to. Should you be taking bubble baths nightly surrounded by candles?
World Doula Week: What a doula can do for you that a medical professional can’t

World Doula Week: What a doula can do for you that a medical professional can’t

While doulas have been supporting women before, during and after childbirth for centuries, to this day they continue to prove time and time again how their involvement in birth lowers the need for unnecessary medical intervention. Additionally, a mother’s success with breastfeeding her newborn is exponentially higher when she enlists the support of a doula.