The good news is our evenings are now getting lighter and spring is just around the corner. The bad news is it also means that Spring Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner. On Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 a.m. we’ll all put our clocks forward one hour once again and if you are a mom who finally got your baby or toddler on a sleep schedule, the upcoming change can feel like a nightmare.
You’ve made it through your baby’s first year of life and hopefully you’re not too exhausted! Now that your little one is a toddler, you’re most likely noticing their own personality shining through more and more and that they seem to be growing and learning at lighting speed. This age can be really fun for parents, but it can also be a time where battles begin and boundaries are pushed.
Our mission at Bundle Organics is to help expecting and nursing moms have more healthy, active and comfortable pregnancies as well as to better nourish their little ones from the beginning. Our community of moms is our source of inspiration and our community of caregivers is our source of expertise. In addition to perfecting our products, our team has also been looking for ways to share the knowledge of our community of caregivers so you all can hear directly from the source!
Just because you are expecting or breastfeeding doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy a delicious drink! In fact, you have even more reason to stay hydrated. While pregnant and now while nursing, I’ve done my best to drink the recommended 8-10 glasses of water per day.
Many women know breastfeeding issues are common, but they don’t always know they can see someone like me for help. I’m Dr. Joubin Gabbay, a board certified plastic surgeon from Beverly Hills, and one of my specialties is managing breastfeeding issues. I recently worked with Whitney through her breastfeeding journey, so she asked me to share what I do.
I love having a well stocked fridge! Not only does it look pretty but at any given moment I can find the perfect snack to satisfy any craving. I chatted with Well + Good last week about my new gig working with Bundle Organics and all the yummy things I keep stocked — from Bundle juices to lots of fresh fruit!
Of all the pregnancy-related questions we get from our pregnant clients, “Do I have to give up coffee?” is one of the most common. And we totally get it — coffee isn’t only an energy booster in the morning, it’s also part of a self-care ritual related to how we start the day for many of us. So, the good news is that no, you don’t need to completely give up coffee when you’re pregnant. But, you might need to make a few adjustments.