I loved reading this book while pregnant. It's an easy read and starts with the birth stories. Even though there was a lot of focus on the midwives themselves it seemed it was a chance to steep myself in some birth imagery and visualize what my birth might be like. I'm reading it again this pregnancy. I was not a fan of Spiritual Midwifery but this one I loved.
Reviews by: Funny Face
Pros: versatile, soft, comfortable, sooo much back support, washable, cozy
Cons: takes some learning and can be warm in hotter weatehr
I love our moby and am about to use it for our the next baby. It is the only carrier that adequately supports my back and doesn't make it ache. Dh even liked it if I'd wrap it for him. It does have a bit of a learning curve but after just a few tries I was a master. Videos on youtube helped a lot. I wore this from newborn until ds was too squirmy to want to be carried at a year.
Pros: soft and safe, can be put in fridge for a cold teether
We have Sophie and several other Vulli teethers. They are cute, well made and safe. My son never teethed on Sophie (or anything else unless it was something he SHOULDN'T be teething on :rolleyes) but big sister enjoyed playing with it and ds plays with it now that he's bigger. It's still in great shape so we'll see if the next babe likes it.