sleep tips from newborn to now

sleep tips from newborn to now

The time has come! I'm telling you alllllll about sleep revolving around my twin girls. I asked you all via Instagram to send me your questions regarding sleep and boy do you have questions! So I am going way back. I mean back to when they were babies and when we first sleep trained them at 4 months old. Here are some things I'll cover in this post!

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LIFE LATELY: JAN. 2018

LIFE LATELY: JAN. 2018

Long time no see! I feel like I haven't posted on here in ages. Life has been a bit hectic to say the least. And if you don't follow me on YouTube or Instagram then you may have thought I am in hiding! I've been super busy with YouTube the last few months and my blog has taken a back seat. However, I have some exciting things happening soon and a lot to catch you up on. First off, I'm re-designing my blog.

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Weekend Away in Irvine

Weekend Away in Irvine

Hey guys! So if you follow me on Instagram you know that Andrew and I took the girls to Irvine for the weekend recently. Believe it or not, it was the first time we had taken the girls just the two of us anywhere for two nights.

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Diaper Up with Comforts

Diaper Up with Comforts

Our girls are super busy and always on the move so their diapers have to keep up with them. These fit them really well so no matter how active they are, the diapers stay snug. Keeping an eye on two crawling babies is pretty exhausting and the last thing I need to worry about is a leaking diaper.

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how having twins has made me slow down

how having twins has made me slow down

"Here is your baby's heartbeat. Very strong, looks great." little pause. "And here is the second heartbeat, also very strong." Second heartbeat? That is all I remembered from our doctor's visit when we found out we were having twins. Pretty sure I blacked out after that. Two heartbeats. Two little humans growing inside me.

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Babies First Foods

Hey guys! Today I wanted to talk about introducing foods to babies. My twins are now 4 months old and I just started thinking about my plan for feeding them. It's crazy to think that time is almost here! As of now I am still breastfeeding and giving them formula before bed and sometimes one other time during the day. I also am pumping about 2-3 times a day to up my supply and get some milk for them to have on hand if they won't nurse. For this post I have partnered up with Stonyfield Organic to show you some more options when it comes to healthy baby food. Their YoBaby line, which is the #1 pediatrician recommended yogurt for ages 6 months-2 years, recently added a new strain of probiotics, BB-12. Probiotics are super beneficial for your gut. And your gut health is the foundation for overall good health.

It's recommended that you wait to feed solids to your baby until they are 4-6 months old. You also want them to be able to sit upright and hold their head up. Our girls have good head control but still can't sit up so I'm going to wait until they can. I am starting to notice they get easily distracted when nursing these days. If I start to talk to someone, they will turn their head toward me and start to smile and coo. It's pretty cute, but can sometimes be frustrating when I want them to eat!

It is a bit overwhelming figuring out what to feed your babies once they are done breastfeeding yet to young for cow's milk. But dairy is packed with nutrients like calcium and vitamin D which are both super nutritious for growing babies. The nice thing is, even if your babies are still breastfeeding, they can have yogurt at 6 months. These yogurts are a great option and made with organic whole milk.

So what other foods am I going to introduce to our girls first? Egg yolks are at the top of my list. They are packed with beneficial fatty acids and provide cholesterol needed for the optimal development of the nervous system. I'd love to know your thoughts on baby cereal. I've heard to pour some breast milk into it to help your baby get used to it. I'm just wondering if it has many nutritional benefits. I'd also like to introduce avocado around six months. They are packed with essential fats, vitamins and minerals. To prepare, I'm going to mush it up and add breast milk to thin it out. The other two things I'd like to introduce early on are bananas and sweet potatoes (both packed with vitamin A, C and folate).

There are so many things to consider when being a mom to two littles, but I just try to trust my instincts and do my best! I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day and thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

Thanks to Stonyfield Organic for sponsoring this post.

Twin Girl Nursery Tour

Twin Girl Nursery Tour

I'm so excited to share with you our nursery for our twin girls! They were born December 16th at 1:08 and 1:09 and life has definitely changed around here! I had so much fun decorating this room for them. It was nice to be able to go slightly more feminine and girly than the rest of our house. I added touches of rose gold and floral patterns to give it a vintage vibe, and added in some wood elements to keep it balanced.

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Maternity Shoot

We are a month away!!! Holy moly it is getting so surreal to know we are going to be holding our baby girls in such a short time. Even though I feel so yucky I really wanted to have some pictures taken with Andrew to remember this time in our lives. This pregnancy has definitely not been what I was expecting. Ever since we found out it was twins, I feel like we jumped on a rollercoaster of emotions. From awful morning (*more like all day) sickness, to an extremely achy body, the whole pregnancy glow thing just wasn't for me! But on the flip side, everything with the girls has been above and beyond. They are in the 70th percentile for size and have been so healthy this entire time. With so many risks associated with my type of twin pregnancy, we are very lucky to have had such a smooth ride. I can't thank all of you enough for your continued support over these last 8 months.

dress: asos maternity

shoes: qupid