From babywearing to diapers to strollers to photography to baby massage and more, we’ve got you covered. Today we’re all about life with your Vancouver baby.
Life With Your Vancouver Baby
Diapers, Diapers, Diapers
When you have a baby, one thing you know for sure is that you’re going to be changing diapers. A lot of diapers. Some moms opt for cloth diapers to live more lightly on the earth. Mahsa Di Placito explains that it’s easier than you think. Read more.
Need more convincing? The folks at New & Green Baby shared some in-depth information about cloth diapering your Vancouver baby. Read more.
When she was expecting her third child, our own Christine Pilkington recorded some great vlogs about getting started with cloth diapers. If you’re a visual person, you’ll want to check them out. See more.
Cloth diapering at home is one thing, but what about when you go back to work? Deborah Duffy shares her tips for cloth diapers and daycare. Read more.
Cloth diapers aren’t for everyone. If you want a more sustainable option that won’t create a lot of laundry, check out our conversation with Kim Graham-Nye of gDiapers. Read more.
The paparazzi have nothing on the mamarazzi. To help you get started, check out Laura Hana’s tips for photographing a newborn. Read more.
Maybe you want to start capturing photos the moment your little one is born – or even before. We connected with birth photographer Jaydene Freund to find out how it all works. Read more.
Who is the best newborn photographer in Vancouver? We searched and you voted. Who won? You’ll have to read to find out! Read more.
Massage, Clothes and More
Massage is a great way to connect with your Vancouver baby, and we have tips. Read more.
How do you keep your little one comfortable and ready for anything? We have tips for dressing your Vancouver baby in any weather. Read more.
What can you do with all of your baby gear when you don’t need it anymore? Katherine Petrunia tells you how to de-clutter ‘for good’. Read more.
Amber Strocel is a writer, aspiring math teacher, suburbanite, wife and mom of two. She believes in the power of the Internet to connect people, and she believes that numbers are the poetry of the universe. You can often find her knitting, sewing, volunteering, working in her garden, and sneaking chocolate when no one's looking. She blogs at Strocel.com and shares her photos on Instagram as @AmberStrocel.