Archive for April 2017

Picnic Break

April 27, 2017


I've been trying to think of ways to make the "big kids" feel special now that we have a new baby that  requires so much of my attention. It's my goal to carve out a little portion of the day to give them each some one-on-one time...but it doesn't always happen. The other day while Belle napped we decided to have a snack picnic in the back yard...and Hudson and Sadie loved it so much! It's just starting to warm up over here and we have missed being able to play outside! 


It's so sweet how they enjoy something so simple, like a picnic outside, so much. These two seem so big to me now that we have another baby. We were playing and I told them to "cheers" with their Harvest Snaps snacks....Sadie didn't get the memo and instead used her hairbrush. Can you tell someone is excited about finally having some hair to brush?

It was nice to spend some time with just Hudson and Sadie. They have been so good with the baby and have blow me away with how sweet they are to her. I hope they always love each other this much!


Our yard is heavily wooded....so this girl is always up for a little snack followed by a lot of exploring!  We spent the afternoon outside enjoying the nice weather and time together! I love watching them explore, ask questions, and learn new things. Part of the reason we built our house here was because we wanted our kids to have a great backyard to play in. While it's still a work in progress they don't seem to mind!


We have been long time fans of Harvest Snaps in our house and love them for a fun and better-for-you snack! Hudson requests "green beans please!", but they are actually made from real, all-natural peas. I love them as a snack because they have more protein and fiber than top chip brands, and much less fat and sodium. We have been enjoying the original lightly salted version but recently discovered there are several different varieties to choose from. Each packs a surprising flavor punch...after all, good decisions shouldn’t mean sacrifice! 


Totally kid (and mom) approved!


Hudson and Sadie both like the lightly salted and the caesar versions of Harvest Snaps. But my new favorite is the tomato basil....so so good! And Jon loved them all and couldn't pick a favorite!


I love giving my family a snack they love that I don't feel guilty about enjoying! Harvest Snaps breaks every snacking expectation and can be found at your local store near the produce section.

What are your family's favorite snacks? 

I partnered with Harvest Snaps for this post, but our love for their snacks is all our own. 


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Big Sister

April 26, 2017


A lot of you have been asking how Sadie is doing adjusting to being a big sister. Well....she's pretty much blown me out of the water! She's the BEST big sister ever. Don't get me wrong, she's not perfect and has her moments, but overall she's been so so good. I'm so proud of her. 


Sadie has been a mommy's girl from day one (just like her big brother) so I worried that she would have a really hard time seeing me hold and love on another baby. But it turns out she just wants to love on the baby too! I think she's used to sharing my attention with Hudson, so one more baby didn't phase her too much. She LOVES kissing and hugging Belle (and maybe gets a little too rough in her love) and it is so sweet to watch.


When Sadie wakes up each morning the first thing out of her mouth is "where Hudsey go?" followed by "where baby go?" It's the cutest ever. She loves her little sister so much...and I love watching them together. I can't wait to watch their relationship grow. 

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Sleep Talk

April 25, 2017


This mom of three kids thing is no joke. It's crazy. And stressful. And overwhelming. But it's pretty awesome too. Just one month in to it and I already know this is where I'm meant to be. My goal for this space is to always be honest with you. Several of you have reached out to me asking me to share my tips of how I do it all. But I'm no expert. I've just had more opportunities to realize I don't really know what I'm doing. And isn't that true for all moms? We just do what we can and hope for the best.

So today I want to talk about sleep. It's funny, because now that this is my third time around the motherhood block I now say the first rule about sleep is you don't talk about sleep. Because as soon as I share my "tips and tricks" with all of you one of my kids will decide to change their sleeping habits and be up ALL NIGHT LONG. So I'm not going to do that. Instead, I'll sum up my little knowledge about sleep and babies with this: Every baby is different. Every baby sleeps differently. Do what you've got to do to survive.

With my first child I read so many books and blogs about sleep. And I stressed about it....especially about establishing a sleep schedule. Babies sleep a lot but not always when you want them to. My experience has taught me that they'll get there eventually. Some faster than others. And what works for one baby does not necessarily work for another. Hudson was a difficult sleeper as a baby...and still is to this day. Sadie was a great sleeper and still is. The jury's still out on Belle. Now that this is my third time with a newborn I'm so much more relaxed about it because I know how quickly this stage goes. I know eventually she will sleep all night. And hopefully I will too. But for now, I'm not wasting my time stressing over it.


I am, however, practicing safe sleep. Which is hands down the most important thing you can do for you and your baby. Babies should sleep on their back, alone in their own crib, and without blankets, pillows, bumper pads or toys. Right now Belle sleeps in her pack n' play in my bedroom, but soon we'll transition her to the crib in her room.


Something that has made sleep a little easier for me is the Owlet Smart Sock 2. Owlet tracks your baby's heart rate and oxygen and is designed to notify you if either fall outside of the preset range. It has brought so much peace of mind to my life, especially now that I'm getting ready to move Belle in to her own room. The Owlet is hands down my favorite baby product and is a must have for new parents. I wish I would have had it for my first two kids...I really think it would have helped me rest easier.


Owlet has helped me sleep more soundly, because I feel more relaxed knowing that my baby's heart rate and oxygen are being tracked. And it is super simple to use. The sock is designed to be worn while sleeping so we only use it at night. I charge the sock during the day and then put it on one of Belle's feet when it's time for bed.

Once she's asleep I check the Owlet app on my phone to view her heart rate and oxygen level. It's so cool!


I keep the base station right by my bed. It glows a soft green letting me know that Belle's stats are within the preset range at a quick glance. So if I'm ever worried I just glance at the unit, see it's green, and go back to sleep! The base station is designed to turn red and sound an audible alarm if your baby's heart rate or oxygen fall outside of the preset zones. It also has a different notification sound if the sock falls off or becomes loose...which I love because it notifies you without out freaking you out! I've only heard this notification once when I accidentally forgot to turn the base station off one morning while I was getting her dressed for the day. And by "dressed" I mean putting her in new pajamas. Ha. You can also turn the unit off and on using your phone...which has come in handy several times!


Owlet just released their Smart Sock 2 which is better than ever. It comes with a updated style of fabric sock designed with increased comfort in mind, and an even more secure fit. And because it fits so well there are fewer false notifications. The sock can be worn on either foot and has stayed securely on Belle each night with no problems! They also send you three different sized socks to use as baby grows, insuring the correct fit each time.


The Owlet is my number one product recommendation for new parents.  I really wish I would have discovered it sooner...it's a game changer! So while the Owlet won't help your baby sleep, it will bring you peace of mind. Which hopefully translates to more sleep for you.

Disclosure: I partnered with Owlet for the purpose of this post. I only support brands I absolutely love. All opinions are honest and my own. 

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Hudson's Big Boy Room Refresh

April 21, 2017

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Big Boy Room

I partnered with Lowe's for this project and I'm so excited for you to see it! 

Although we have lived in our new house for over a year, it has taken us a long time to tackle decorating each room. Finding time to decorate while pregnant and looking after two little kids is tough, so we have an excuse right? After finishing both of the girl's rooms we decided it was time to finally tackle Hudson's room. We hung stuff on the wall right away for him, but most of his furniture was from our old house, and just didn't work right in the new space. Plus we never got him a bed frame or headboard. So it was about time to finally make this space his own!

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Here's his room before we got started. Hudson and I decided it was time to upgrade to a bigger bed. Well. I decided it was time. And Hudson was on board. And then he wasn't. And then he was. So...jury's still out on if he will actually sleep in the big bed tonight. We shall see.

Big Boy Room
Big Boy Room

It was time to finally paint his night stand. It was mine as a child and had flowers all over it. So it was in desperate need of a refresh! I wanted to paint it a fun color so that it would really stand out....of course Hudson suggested blue. But after some negotiation he agreed that green would look really fun...and he was right!

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So I started my mission of finding the right shade of green. Thank goodness Lowe's was to the rescue! And had tons of color options for this project. We ultimately decided on "Caitlin's Kelley"...it's the perfect shade of bright green, without being too crazy. And I LOVE it. Green is my favorite color after all...and it really pops in his room!

Big Boy Room



Painting it was super easy....we just sanded down the night stand and got to work. No priming necessary. We used Lowe's Valspar Furniture paint and I'm so happy with how it turned out!

Big Boy Room

And here is Hudson's finished big boy room. It's so him and I love it. I'm sure this room will evolve a lot over time, but I just love how it reflects his little 4 year old personality perfectly. 

Big Boy Room
Big Boy Room

Didn’t the night stand turn out perfect?

Big Boy Room
Big Boy Room
Big Boy Room

I loved this color so much that we decided to paint Hudson’s dresser too!

Big Boy Room

With this project we were lucky to pick the perfect color the first time...but have you ever totally misjudged a paint sample and then ended up with a gallon of paint you can't use because the color just isn't right or you just don't love it? Well, Lowe's takes the worry out of picking the wrong paint because they have an amazing guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your paint you can simply return the unused portion within 30 days of purchase. Lowe's will replace it with a comparable can of paint or refund your money. So you are able to get the perfect paint for your space or project every time with no worry!

Big Boy Room



Do you have a room or piece of furniture in your house that is in desperate need of a refresh? I'd love to hear about your next project!

This post is sponsored by Lowe’s, but all opinions are my own.

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Annabelle's Birth Story Part 2

April 17, 2017


Be sure to read part 1 first.

So, where were we? The epidural...aka, there's no way I could do this without one. So I ended up waiting forever for my epidural...at least it felt like forever. When you are told the anesthesiologist is on his way for some reason the contractions seem to get worse....I remember the same thing happening with Sadie. But this time I really did wait a long time, like over an hour. But when he finally came I was so happy. My epidural with Sadie was perfect....I couldn't feel any pain but could tell when I was having a contraction, and could still move my legs. So I expected the same thing this time. Well. It didn't happen that way. Immediately my left leg went numb...so numb that it was basically dead. I couldn't move it at all. And my right leg was perfectly fine. So my nurse and midwife moved me around to help the epidural get to my right side...and it did...but both sides of my body were not the same. The left side was completely dead and the right side just partially numb.  Then, when my midwife checked my progress again I could feel her doing it....and I don't remember feeling anything when I had Sadie. So que me FREAKING OUT. I don't do well with pain, remember? They gave me a button to push to increase my epidural meds and I pushed that baby several times. And nothing.

Really, at this point, I should have just let it go, but instead I let it all get to my head. I just kept thinking about that 2nd degree tear on my lady parts from Sadie...and was freaking out that if that happened again I would feel it. When in reality I was FINE. And my midwife assured me I would be just fine. But mentally I felt nervous about it and overwhelmed....does that make sense?

Anyway, I continued to labor All. Night. Long. My water didn't break and my midwife was just fine with that. She wanted my body to do everything as naturally as possible. So we just waited it out. They re-positioned me every thirty minutes or so and I tried to relax. I couldn't feel my contractions but did feel a ton of pressure. Also, they were able to monitor Annabelle's heart rate with the monitors on my belly....which was good. With a VBAC you are at risk for rupturing your uterus, and the most reliable sign of rupture is a sudden drop in the baby's heart rate. With Sadie they had to put an internal monitor on the top of her head because they couldn't get good readings from the external monitor on my belly. She also had several drops in her heart rate that everyone was concerned about....but Annabelle chugged along just fine the whole time! Finally I felt so much pressure and remember that feeling with Sadie...it meant it was time to push! I told my nurse and she got my midwife, who said it was time!

I remember feeling mentally exhausted and not as prepared as I was when it was time to push Sadie out. I'm not sure if it was that I was not confident with my epidural or if I was just tired. My water still hadn't broken so my midwife just told me to start pushing. On the 2nd push there was this audible "POP" and water just shot out everywhere. Such a strange sensation!


And then it got REAL. After a few pushes my midwife and Jon were telling me that her head was RIGHT THERE. And I reached down and felt it! And that was all the motivation I needed. I pushed for about 15 minutes total and there she was! My baby girl! She was perfect. And had red hair! Born at 2:20 a.m. on Wednesday, March 15th. 8 lbs, 12 oz (Hudson was 7 lbs 9 oz, and Sadie was 9 lbs 1 oz).

But then it got a little scary. And I'm about to get real with you. Apparently my lady bits tore both up and down...and the tear up, a periurethral tear, was gushing blood. So much that my midwife couldn't even see it to fix it. According to my mom and Jon, blood shot out as I was pushing out Annabelle's head. And it gushed and gushed....my mom spent her career in labor and delivery and she said she's never seen anything bleed like that before. My midwife couldn't stop the bleeding and I started to feel light headed and just terrible. She paged the doctor that she works with (who thankfully lives right by the hospital and literally ran over) and then a in-hospital doctor on call to help. Several people flooded in to my room at once. I tried to focus on Annabelle but as soon as they said "periurethral tear" I started to panic a little. I was convinced I would never be able to pee again (ha!). They raised my bed up super high (it seemed) and turned on every light in the place so that I was on display for the whole world to see. As my midwife was applying pressure to the area to stop the bleeding, I kept crying out in pain. It felt like she was pushing on me SO hard....so they ended up re-dosing my epidural and giving me a shot of Lidocaine on my lady bits to help while sewing me up. It was super uncomfortable. The doctor put a catheter into my bladder and both doctors sewed me up. I remember the doctor on call saying something like "the bad thing about vaginas is they are vascular, so they bleed a lot; the good thing about vaginas is they are vascular, so they heal quickly." I think she said that to me and then said it again to my doctor when he ran in. Neither of them seemed to be worried so I started to freak out a little less. But let's lay off the vagina humor while mine is literally LIT UP FOR EVERYONE TO VIEW. Several nurses kept looking too. Apparently it was a sight to see.

And you know what? I didn't even care. I was so out of it. The blood loss from the tear was classified as a postpartum hemorrhage and I ended up loosing about double the amount of blood you normally loose in a vaginal delivery. The tear down that I had was a 1st degree, which normally wouldn't need stitches but they were already stitching my other tear so they put a stitch in it anyway. And if you are wondering, I can pee just fine.

So because I was so out of it, and things were a little scary for a bit, I didn't feel that rush of excitement that I felt when we had Sadie. And I feel bad about that. We were happy and excited, but it just was just so chaotic that it didn't feel the same. And because they upped my epidural I could not walk for a long time, and had to keep the catheter in until the epidural wore off. Thanks to the blood loss, everyone treated me with extreme caution, which pretty much drove me nuts. I was tied down with so much stuff and all I wanted was to get up and walk. I ended up waiting forever because they had to walk with me to make sure I was okay. It was kind of like my c-section experience with Hudson all over again, minus the giant incision of course. So the catheter and my IV stayed in for awhile...and they kept checking my blood pressure automatically every 15 minutes. I remember getting frustrated and ripping the blood pressure cuff off and throwing it across the room. I was DONE. Dramatic much? And I said to the nurse "what do I have to do to get this catheter out???" Once I said that they moved pretty quickly...I guess they realized I was about to loose it. Once I was unplugged and allowed to get up and move I felt so much better.

We busted out of the hospital as early as possible after one night because I seriously cannot stand being in the hospital. I stayed 2 nights with Hudson (because they made me) and 1 night with each of the girls. And it was too much. GET ME OUT. I know some of you LOVE the hospital. I'm just not that kind of girl. Want to know what I do love? The hospital underwear. Give me all the mesh undies please. This ain't my first rodeo.

And if you are wondering if I would choose a VBAC over a c-section and the answer is the same as after having one with Sadie. YES. Hands down, a million times over. The recovery is so much easier. And this was my easiest recovery yet.  Also, in my opinion, a tear up is less painful than a tear down. I know that sounds crazy. But it's true. Insert all the praise hands here. I'm happy to answer any questions about VBAC, so feel free to ask away! You can read my VBAC vs. c-section post here. You can also email me at thegirlintheredshoes@gmail


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Annabelle's Birth Story Part 1

April 14, 2017


Thank you everyone for all of your love and support while we transition to being a family of FIVE! Our new little lady has completed our family and brought so much joy (and sleepless nights) to our lives. I wouldn't have it any other way. Looking at all THREE of my children can bring tears to my eyes. I'm just feeling very, very blessed. 

Okay, so here's how it all went down! Long time readers will know that both Hudson and Sadie were born at exactly 40 weeks, aka, on their exact due dates. And yes, Hudson was a planned c-section...but we planned it for my due date (it was around labor day and my doctor was out of town, and I was also scared, so I pushed it off as long as possible!). My water broke at 4am and then I went in to labor on my own the morning of my scheduled c-section. So I think it's safe to say if he wouldn't have been breech he still would have been born on his due date. And Sadie came on her due date too! But Annabelle? Not so much. She broke my streak, little stinker. She was born at 40 weeks + 3 days. 

Fun fact: All of my kids were born on a Wednesday! So there's that! Also, they were born on the 5th (Hudson), 10th (Sadie), and 15th (Belle)....which is cool too, right? Plus now we are a family of FIVE and Jon and I were married on 10-5. Give us all the fives! And, for more number fun, the kids were born in months 3 (March - Belle), 6 (June - Sadie), and 9 (September - Hudson). So how's that for crazy birthday numbers?

Anyway, back to Annabelle's birth story. My due date was March 12th, which was a Sunday. The previous week I had scheduled an appointment for Monday March 13th to have a non-stress test, amniotic fluid check, and for my midwife to sweep my membranes. I was convinced I wouldn't need the appointment, so needless to say I was feeling a little disappointed on the 13th when it was time to go in. Jon was off from work (because we thought we would have a baby by now!) so he went with me to the appointment. Baby passed all her tests and looked great....and we found out I was 2cm dilated....which was pretty good, because that's what I was when I went to the hospital in labor with Sadie. The my midwife swept my membranes...and holy cow, that HURT! I had to have her stop because I wasn't expecting it to hurt as much as it did....and then I had her start again. My tolerance for pain is super low, but dang, that hurt.


It's no fun going past your due date. I started to feel like April the giraffe....people kept asking when I was going to have the baby (um, I'm not God, I don't know!) or worse yet, told me I better hurry up and have the baby. Like I could just snap my fingers and make it happen. That totally got on my nerves. Write that down as something to NEVER say to an over-due pregnant lady. To make matters worse, the week before I was due everyone in my house was sick. One week before my due date Hudson, Sadie, and I all got pink eye. And we had terrible colds too. Thankfully a call to the pediatrician got us all some eye drops....and our eyes looked much better two days later. Unfortunately as soon as we were better my mom and Jon got pink eye too. I was super nervous that I would go in to labor and one of them wouldn't be able to go to the hospital with me due to the infection. But praise God we were all better before Annabelle came! God totally let me go past my due date so that everyone would be healthy before baby girl made her debut. 

So, the membrane sweep did it's magic and I started having contractions Monday night. I had had irregular contractions here and there for the last few weeks of my pregnancy, so I wasn't convinced this was the real deal. But around 3am the next morning they were getting stronger and more regular. I sent Jon to work because we still weren't sure what was going on and I didn't want him home all week with no baby on her way! Some time around noon on Tuesday, March 14th I texted him that things were getting REAL. So he came home early to help me with the kids. Speaking of kids, Hudson picked up on the fact that something was going on and he decided to be as difficult as possible. I remember trying to go upstairs for some reason and stopping halfway up due to a contraction and BOTH kids trying to crawl on top of me. My mom pulled Hudson off of me and he had an epic meltdown. I know he was scared and just wanted mama....but when you are having an intense contraction the last thing you want is a crazy 4 year old crawling all over you! I took a few hot showers to help with the pain while my mom and Jon made arrangements for the kids. 

When I was pregnant with Sadie it was my first VBAC, so we headed to the hospital right away once labor started and I labored for a long time before being admitted. So I knew this time I wanted to do as much laboring at home (where I was more comfortable) as possible. But once I couldn't talk through the contractions we all knew it was time to go. It's funny, because during my appointment with my midwife, she told me that she was on call the next day (Tuesday)....and that if I could come in around 6pm that would be perfect. Well, I called her around 5:30pm or so to tell her I was on my way....and I met her at the hospital at exactly 6pm. Ha!

Having a midwife was an awesome experience, and probably deserves it's own post. But for now, just  know that I am a fan. My midwife met us at the hospital and basically did everything....helped me get in to my gown (Jon had major trouble with all the snaps and ties),  got my IV started, and then checked me....I was at 5cm (yay!) and I remember Jon being happy I wasn't still at 2. She asked if I needed my epidural and I was like YES PLEASE, and then got me checked in. My mom arrived a little bit later. I chose to have her in the room when I had Sadie, and I loved her being there, so of course I wanted her again!

And now don't hate me, but this post is getting LONG. Come back on Monday for part 2....where we get REAL. I promise you don't want to miss it.


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Three Little Names

April 10, 2017

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Look at that sweet baby on my chest. Sleeping babies are my favorite. Her little mouth is just killing me! Life has been a little bit busy now that we are are a family of FIVE! We are all still adjusting to our new normal and although I am exhausted, I wouldn't have it any other way.

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To honor being a mama of three I received this gorgeous personalized necklace from lisa leonard designs and I LOVE it! It has a beautiful gold tag (made of 10k gold) with each of my kid's names on it. I love that it's a necklace I can wear every day. It's more than a piece of jewelry. It's a reminder of how blessed I am to be Hudson, Sadie, and Annabelle's mama. Three little names. So much meaning. So much love.

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Isn't it pretty? And perfectly my style. This necklace is something I will cherish forever. I'm still pinching myself that there are three beautiful little names on it. Seriously, gives me all the feels!

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Hudson loves pointing to the tag that has his name on it. I hope my kids always know how proud I am to be their mom and wear their names around my neck. 

If you are looking for a Mother's Day gift for yourself or for your own mom be sure to check out the beautiful necklaces, bracelets, and rings from lisa leonard. You won't be disappointed! The quality is amazing and I know this necklace will stand the test of time.

**I received this necklace for the purpose of this review. I only work with companies I can stand behind and trust! All opinions are my own. 



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How I pack my diaper bag

April 5, 2017

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

Life with three sure has been an adjustment....but in all honesty, as hard as it is I wouldn't trade it for the world. Belle has completed our family and I can't imagine life without her sweet little self.
JJ Cole Diaper Bag

But now, when we go out, it's quite the production. I carry so much stuff with me that my husband has referred to my bag as a "Mary Poppins" bag...because I need ALL THE THINGS at all times. With three kids you never know what you'll need...and I like to be prepared. 

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

Here's what I pack in our diaper bag:

Diapers! In multiple sizes.
Wipes
A change of clothes for each kid
Extra hair bow (because you never know!)
Nursing cover
Hair rubber band for mama
Hand sanitizer
Bandaids 
Swaddle blanket
Teether
Crayons
Toys
Sippy cup
Straws (we always need a straw and never seem to have one...so I've learned to pack some with me wherever we go!)
Snacks. Snacks. Snacks. Our favorites are apple sauce packets, goldfish crackers, raisins, and granola bars.
Lollipops. For bribery purposes, obviously. 

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

That's a lot of stuff. And as a mom of three I've tried my fair share of diaper bags. Finding the right bag can be so hard....thankfully I've discovered the perfect diaper bag by JJ Cole! It's cute, functional,  holds all our stuff, and is easy to clean. All of which are must haves on my diaper bag list! 

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

My bag is the JJ Cole Bucket Tote, which features 13 pockets (YES!!!), is water-resistant, and includes a changing pad, bottle cooler, and pacifier pod! It's functional, yet stylish. I wish I would have had this bag from the beginning!

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

JJ Cole bags are specifically designed with your and baby’s needs in mind. Get a bag that multitasks as much as you do – shop Babies R Us for the latest JJ Cole products!

JJ Cole Diaper Bag

Check out this super cute video below that I made of the girls and I using our JJ Cole diaper bag! Sadie packing and unpacking the bag is my favorite! 



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