Is your little one begging to sleep in a big girl or boy bed? Or, maybe you’re expecting a new baby and need to move your toddler to free up the crib? Whatever the situation, eventually your baby will need to make the jump. As always, when it comes to anything sleep-related, we’ve got your back! Check out our 10 tips for transitioning from crib to bed. Read more
When you’re in your final trimester of pregnancy there’s so much to think about that it’s easy to forget a few things (and we all do!). That’s why it’s important to have your labor bag all packed and ready by 35 weeks. You definitely don’t want to be rushing around trying to think of what you need when your water breaks and the chaos of labor begins! And, you certainly don’t want to find yourself at the hospital or birthing center without your camera. Be prepared! Start thinking about it and maybe even packing today using our list of must-haves for your labor bag.
We’ve all seen our fair share of perfect pictures of babies and kids on Facebook and Pinterest. And, most of us have tried and tried and tried again to replicate the beauty, but something’s always off. The background, the lighting, the kids, the props, you name it. Today we’re going to help you turn things around. Just remember these 10 tips for taking fantastic photos of babies and kids!
Whether you found out you’re going to have your first baby or if this is number four, you have more options for maternity fashion than ever before. In just the past few years there seems to have been an explosion in possibilities (Yay for the internet!). Not only are there oodles of e-tailers with gorgeous online collections, there are also tons of blogs and Pinboards with helpful style tips and tricks for dressing that beautiful baby bump. There’s no need to take a nine month break from dressing the way you love! Keep rocking your own personal style using the top tips and resources for modern maternity fashion featured below.
Looking through Pinterest these days you’ll see endless ideas for designing a beautiful nursery, and they kind of fall into to two camps of aesthetic: stimulating or soothing. Some have bright pops of color and patterns galore and others are more subtle and simple with neutral shades throughout. Which are you drawn to? Since you’re reading this post, we’re going to assume you lean towards the side of soothing spaces – a room that fills you with a feeling of serenity and calm. It makes sense when you stop and think about it because what’s going to happen a lot in this room? Sleep (hopefully). At Cloud b, we’re always trying to think of new ways we can help your family sleep better, so if you’re interested in making a sleepy space for your baby, try our easy, DIY design ideas for a super soothing nursery. Read more