Seasonal Favorites for Baby's Arrival: Fall
The one sure thing about your baby’s arrival? It’s going to happen during a season! No matter your location or when your little one arrives, you’ll want to be seasonally prepared with the best products for motherhood success! Here is a list of some of our favorites by season:
Fall: When the outdoors lead you to pumpkin-flavored goodies
Simple slide-on shoes
- Fall means you might be really cold in the morning and sweating by the afternoon, but somewhere in between is the weather sweet spot - we’re talking coffee-in-hand, looking-like-an-Instagram-post type of weather. Take advantage of that small window by getting a great pair of slide-on shoes to get you out the door quickly! Whether it’s a super comfy flat or a fun slip-on sneaker, get a pair of shoes you don’t need to lean down to put on. The sooner you’re outside in those great kicks, the sooner you’re headed back inside because a really cold breeze hit you, so make the time count without tricky zippers or lots of laces.
Chic Nursing Shawl
Speaking of quick and easy, how about a modern look that doesn’t scream “hey, I’m breastfeeding over here underneath this apron!”? Enter the Chic Nursing Shawl. Cover up any stains from leaky boobs (though you won’t have those when you’ve got Nursing Pads, right?), spit-up mishaps, or that three-day old Nursing Tank with ease. This shawl transitions so easily into fall with the ability to cover your arms if you’re cold and turn into a scarf when you warm up, or be removed completely and work as a car seat cover. Seriously versatile, seriously stylish, seriously easy.
- Like Donna Meagle and Tom Haverford say, treat yo-self. If you’ve just brought a life into the world, ask yourself if you could go for some relaxation. We believe the answer to that is a resounding “YES!” (Imagine all of us at bamboobies cheering for you - because we are!) Fall gives us the ability to turn inward as we prepare for winter, and we can’t think of a better way to care for you and baby by giving your body full tranquility that can last for days afterward. Not into massage? How about a facial, manicure, or pedicure? If none of those sound up your alley, take time and space to be by yourself and relax in your favorite way - a cup of tea near a fire, checking out an art show, or grabbing a delicious dinner all sound like perfect alternatives or accompaniments to a massage and are still self-care focused!