Super sylish, super practical and chemical free! What more could you ask for?
Kids and parents will love this fun, sphere-shaped snack container. The rigid form protects snacks from crushing, making the Snack Ball great for travel. Two halves unscrew for easy cleaning and the lid snaps in place to keep snacks inside.
- Fun, sphere-shaped snack container
- Rigid form protects snacks from crushing
- Two halves unscrew for easy cleaning
- Great for travel
SPOTTED: Halle Berry’s little one Nahla carrying the Snack Ball
Egg2Cake has been getting rave reviews lately. The bump tracker has been featured in this months Pregnancy & Newborn magazine.
This is the third month in a row that Egg2Cake has been featured in Pregnancy & Birth magazine. We are so excited for them!! Great job!
Glam up your style with some glitter this fall. Celebrity moms to be have been spotted out and about sparkling all around.
If all the glitter is too much for you then check out our F.E.M by T-Bags embellished sleeve dress for some low key glitz.
- Embellished Sleeve Dress
Check out some of our must have maternity wear at Oleana Boutique
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Mad Men starlet January Jones was out and about with her adorable newborn son Xander Dane. Guess what she used to cover him with ? The ever so popular Aden & Anais swaddles. They seem to be a celebrity favorite.
Aden & Anais swaddles are available at Oleana Boutique.
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The SmileBuddy is available at Oleana Boutique.
Salma Blair was recently spotted with husband and 2 week old baby Arthur. Guess what is covering baby Arthur’s stroller ?
It’s the ever so popular multi use Aden & Anais Swaddles.
Aden & Anais Swaddles are available at Oleana Boutique
Egg2Cake Pregnancy Journal is featured in this month’s issue of Pregnancy & Newborn magazine as one of their 50 most fabulous finds!
Mamentos BC Journal: Pregnancy Journal is a great way for mommies- to- be to jot down those special moments in their pregnancy. A great keepsake to cherish forever.
Mamentos BC Journal: Pregnancy Journal is available at Oleana Boutique.
Many healthcare providers have now started to support and recommend upright carrying for babies and say that it may benefit your child’s health.
I found an interesting article about it. This is what it says:
The average infant between the ages of three weeks and three months is carried little more than two and a half hours a day. Infants, who are placed on their backs during this time, frequently develop a flattening of the back of the skull (plagiocephaly) and poor muscle tone of the upper neck. This positioning straightens the natural c-shaped curvature of the cervical spine and may also negatively influence the development of the hip joints.
Proper upright carrying involves wrapping the baby facing you with knees flexed against your chest, while supporting underneath the baby’s bottom. Swaddling the baby in this way, instead of artificially straightening his legs, is ideal.
Upright carrying tends to be a less stressful position on a baby’s developing spine. It reinforces the natural c-shaped curvature of the spine and allows the baby to practice compensatory movements that aid in the development of fine motor skills.
Also, parents who upright carry have reported improved respiration, digestion, sensory development and reduced ear infections in their child.
A word of caution: some 1980s-style upright carriers which resemble backpacks and have the baby facing outward, do not offer enough neck support and tend to artificially straighten the legs. Look for wrap-style carriers that have the baby facing towards you, such as the Sleepy Wrap.
Read the rest of the article here.
Ivanka is due her first baby on due July 14 and it’s a girl!
“I’d love to have three or four kids,” she says. “But my mom always says, ‘Speak to me after you have your first.’”
EFB Lavender Body lotion featured in Pregnancy & Birth Magazine – May 2011