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The Wonder Weeks

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by Emma Elwin on 12 September, 2016

Two things that I am so happy to have invested in!

Baby wipe towels, Laplandecostore. Baby oil, Weleda.

There are two things that I am very happy to have invested in when it comes to baby stuff. The first thing was these little towels that we use as washing cloths when we are changing diapers. They are a lot more environmental friendly and (cheaper in the long run) then baby wipes that you can only use once. The first week home with Dylan we used 60 towels in just one day!

The other thing that has been a great help is an app called The wonder weeks. With this app you can follow your kids physical and cognitive development. It shows when when the baby will have a tougher time coping with the chanes and new skills that they are developing. So in other words it marks when you probably won’t get as much sleep, which for a control freak like me is great, because then I can mentally prepare myself beforehand. This might sound to good to be true but so far Dylan is following the leaps on to the day!


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