SPRING FAVORITES

With Easter around the corner, I gathered up a few of my current Spring-inspired favorites to help us get through these last few weeks before the holiday and look forward to sunny days ahead. Enjoy!

01. WESTERN WANDERERS BOWS

Whimsical bows – because who doesn’t love to see babies in bows for some springtime sweetness.

02. RIVER AND WOODS BABY BONNETS 

Timeless baby bonnets to keep baby’s safe from the sun.

03. MOSS AND FAWN FORAGE FEEDER

Meal times will be as refreshing as a lovely spring morning in the garden. The forage feeder makes it so easy to introduce fresh fruits and veggies to your babe.

04. MADE GOOD GRANOLA BAR

Picky eaters beware, these granola bars are chewy goodness that contain the nutrients in one full serving of vegetables. They are gluten free and delicious!

05. YEAH BABY GOODS IKEA HIGHCHAIR COVER

There is nothing better then sprucing up your $15 Ikea highchair with a little spring flare from my fav, Yeah Baby Goods.

06. SLUMBERKINS SLEEPY PEEP

Sleepy Peeps an excellent addition to any Easter basket or just a fresh way to welcome spring time with your little one.

07. PILLOWFORT ACTIVITY TABLE

What better way to introduce your child’s creativity – this will be the loveliest addition to any play area!

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Rachel Nardi-Brettman

Rachel is a wife and mother of two who lives in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. She gave up her job in the corporate world to be a stay at home mom full time and raise her family. Some of her hobbies and passions include baking, gardening, and all things DIY. Rachel was diagnosed with Celiac Disease when she was 21. She loves to share gluten free baking tips and recipes for others who suffer from similar allergies. She started blogging when her son, Parker, was born. Her daughter, London, was born with some complications and had a brief visit to the NICU. Some of the topics she enjoys writing about include the difficulties of having 2 kids under 2, the stress and effects the NICU has on mothers, and the ups and downs of her breastfeeding journey.

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