It’s travel time again with holiday season soon arriving, you may be ready to leave on that long-awaited trip. But this year you may be traveling with your baby and you wonder if it will be ok to travel with your little one. While there is a lot excitement around planning a trip, there is always a worry of not having packed enough for baby.
Giving birth and having your little one in your arms is the best feeling of all. But soon you realize as a new mother or as a mom of your second born that your breastfeeding job starts at once and that job is an important one.
A modern mother carrying her baby with her during her visits to a public place such as a mall, a theater, etc. and she suddenly realizes that her baby needs an urgent diaper change.
Parents have been using muslin in the form of Baby Swaddles and Baby Blankets for swaddling and wrapping for many generations. This breathable and 100% cotton fabric is ideal for baby swaddle/wrap and Baby Blankets.
Traditionally the most known use of Muslin cloths has been as Burping Cloth. For generations, most modern moms would simply drape the cloth over shoulder while burping her baby so that her clothes won’t get dribbled on.
It’s bit of a hassle when we travel with babies in terms of carrying with us baby things like baby clothes, baby diapers, baby swaddle & Blanket, Baby Wipes, baby Towel, Feeding Bottles, Baby Creams and Lotions, etc..
Healthy school supplies free from toxic chemicals (such as PVC) are critical to a child’s health & well-being. During the years when the children’s bodies and minds are developing, most of the time is spent inside the school buildings.
The key to avoiding PVC products is recognising them and knowing how to find safer alternatives.
The Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ) has created this seventh-annual Back-to-school Guide to PVC free School Supplies to empower you to make smarter, healthier shopping choices for a toxic-free future.