From their website: Bebé PODPantsTM is the brand name for an infant clothing garment that offers busy parents a functional alternative to baby pants, socks and shoes. Worn by baby like pants and specifically designed with strollers and infant car seats in mind, with a patent pending opening for buckles to fit through to secure baby.
Bebé PODPantsTM are not meant to replace baby’s ordinary wardrobe “duds”, just a practical addition you’ll wonder how you did without it! A must-have diaper bag essential; one “diaper-blowout” and you’ll thank us!
**I received a pair of Bebe Pod Pants for an honest review.**
Can I just say that I LOVE these?
I normally keep Marina in a onesie because it is convenient, easy to change her diaper, comfortable for naps and they come in the cutest patterns and styles.
I take Marina out for walks in her stroller all of the time. Usually in the early morning or in the evenings when it has cooled off a bit. The biggest issue I have had in the area I live is mosquitoes. Marina has a target painted on her that attracts the evil little buggers. Being summer it is too hot to dress her in pants, socks and shoes or throw a blanket on her. Bebe Pod Pants are a perfect solution for me. They are made of lightweight, breathable cotton. They protect her legs and feet from those pesky insects while not getting her too hot during our walks.
Marina really hated being swaddled so I was concerned that she wouldn’t like these. They are soft and Marina does not mind wearing them. They still give her legs enough freedom of movement to keep her happy. The patterns are also really cute.
I would definitely recommend these. I’m going to have to get more for Marina!
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Marina will be 3 months old tomorrow. It is hard to believe how quickly she is growing and how fast time flies. I have learned quite a bit in the past three months.
I am and will always be on her sleep schedule O.O She has good days and bad days when it comes to sleeping at night and I have found that she is a little night owl. I am hoping to get that schedule rearranged before I start classes in August. I have some early morning classes that I need so sleep at night is going to become necessary. I hope she agrees with me O.O
Make sure you have clothes in different sizes. I’m glad my mother told me to do that instead of buying all that cute newborn or 0-3mth clothing. It does not last long. Even with us being careful with sizes, Marina still had a few outfits she might have worn once or in the case of newborn sizes not at all. She was most comfortable in onsies and I love that they stretch and you can get more use out of them.
You can never have enough receiving blankets! Marina really hated being swaddled after we brought her home. She prefers having her arms and legs free and sleeps better that way. Instead of using them to swaddle her, I use them as burp cloths.
All diapers are not created equal! I haven’t picked a particular brand to use all of the time because I try to purchase when there are sales and I have coupons, but I have found that sometimes you really get what you pay for and blowouts do happen!
I really have a love-hate relationship with Dr. Brown’s bottles. I love how well they work to reduce air but I really hate the fact that if you make a full 4oz bottle they tend to leak. They are also time consuming to clean. I am using both the Dr. Brown’s and the Latch bottles I received from Munchkin now.
Being a mom is not an easy job. there are long nights and sometimes even longer days. Everything revolves around the needs of the child. I have learned very quickly that time to myself for something as simple as taking a shower is a commodity. But the highlight of my day is holding my daughter, seeing her beautiful smiles and watching her grow and learn. She holds my heart in her tiny little hand and no matter how tough this can be, I love her unconditionally. She is the center of my world.
***Munchkin was nice enough to send me 3 8 oz Latch bottles and a 2 pack of replacement nipples to review.***
When Marina was born, she was having trouble sucking. I had to sit her forward in my lap and hold her in a way that my fingers helped keep her mouth closed around the nipple. The hospital staff recommended I use the disposable nipples provided by them instead of the Dr. Brown’s bottles I had for her. It was very uncomfortable for us both. She had no trouble sucking the soothie provided by the hospital but the disposable nipples were longer than the soothie. When I brought her home from the hospital, I immediately changed to her bottles because the nipples were close to the size of the soothie. She hasn’t had any trouble with them and has been growing like a weed.
What attracted my attention to the Latch bottle was the size and length of the nipple and the way it vents to reduce air and colic. Marina hesitated to latch on the bottle at first because the size and shape of the nipple is different from her normal bottle, but once she got used to the feel of the nipple, she had no trouble latching on and sucking. The way the nipple moves is awesome. She turns her head a lot to see the things around her while she is eating, so the nipple moving with her is perfect. She has had no trouble with air, nor has she had any colic while using the Latch bottles.
I love that the Latch bottle is easy to clean and put together. The instructions are simple to follow and you can have a bottle made and ready to feed in just a couple of simple steps. The pricing of these bottle is right on par with other anti colic bottles. I definitely would recommend the Latch bottles. They are just as good as the Dr. Brown’s at reducing air and they are so much easier to clean.
Check out this cool video on the Latch Bottle features!
You can find out more about the Latch Bottles and other Munchkin products on their website. Be sure to like them on Facebook to keep up to date on their contests and promotions. If you sign up for emails from Munchkin you will receive a coupon for 10% of your first order.
Marina had her 2 month well baby check up today. She was 23.5 inches long and her weight was 13 lbs 3 oz, at about the 92nd percentile, so the pediatrician decided to have me start solids. She is more than ready for them. She suggested baby oatmeal and 1st stage fruits and vegetables. Marina had oatmeal and bananas for lunch and loved them. She did very well with the spoon and enjoyed the change in flavor and texture. Poor baby also had to get her first immunizations. Her little legs are sore but she is finally napping in her swing after a dose of Tylenol. I have a feeling it is going to be a long night. I just wish I could take away her pain :/