Packing a diaper bag for a toddler is a little different than packing a diaper bag for a newborn. Toddlers don’t need as much stuff as newborns do, but they will need things that can cater to their more active lifestyle.
There’s always this fear of not measuring up and failing at parenting altogether. While that fear often goes away, trivial matters tend to trigger it. One thing is when you hear different opinions from seasoned moms telling you what to buy and what not to buy in preparation for the coming of your little bundle of joy.
Let’s be honest! Preparing for a newborn baby is no joke! The pressure and the expenses that come with it are enough to cause a good amount of stress! One way to ease the transition and get the support you wish as an expectant mom is through sharing a baby registry to your family and friends.
Starting preschool is a bittersweet moment for both child and parent. Let this moment be less stressful by arming yourself with enough knowledge. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Reach out to everyone who has experienced it firsthand.
Stockpiling for the basic necessities is the most practical and sensible way to help you feel at ease while waiting for the coming of your new baby.
Ready for the the big day? Excited for baby’s arrival? Have you packed the essentials in your hospital bag yet? I assume your answer is YES! If not, don’t worry about it. It will come.