As moms and almost moms, we often spend hours shopping online looking for the absolute best price on everything from diapers to cribs to strollers, because lets face it...babies are expensive. Our baby gear expert Hollie Schultz from BabyGizmo estimates that the average family spends $11,000 in the first year of a child's life. And that's just the average!
Remember the good old days before you were a parent? Daylight Saving Time meant that when you woke up and looked at your clock, you received a nice surprise. The clock showed an hour earlier, and you could relax, sleep in later and leisurely start your day.
Those days are over.
Saturday’s 2nd Annual Red CARpet Event in Beverly Hills turned celebrity parents into spokespeople for the importance of child passenger safety.
I was fortunate enough to be invited to interview Tori Spelling just two days before the birth of her new baby, Finn Davey.
Tori was celebrating the reveal of a complete renovation to the playground of the Boys and Girl's Club in Burbank thanks to the extremely thoughtful team at Lunchables.
Picking a baby bottle seems like such an easy buying decision. You go to the store, select a pack of bottles, and go on your merry way.
Yeah, maybe back in 1970 before the Internet was invented and expectant moms (and dads!) could spend hours researching which bottle is best for their upcoming arrival.
One of the most frequent questions I see posted in mom’s groups on Facebook, asked at the park and a general topic of conversation is what to get a one-year old for their birthday. Is there some universal gift that all one-year olds will like?