Oh yes, I am reeling in the best deal and must haves for new mommies that I can find over the next several months while I go through this pregnancy. New mom or not though, remembering how long it`s been since you fed or changed your baby can be a challenge. Not to say you`re a bad mom for not remembering, but you`re most likely lacking sleep, doing a million and one other things plus have other children to tend to as well so your brain just isn`t all there like you would like it to be. Thanks to MomAgenda
I was sent a Daily Newborn Chart
to be able to keep track of such things for our upcoming bundle of joy. Not to mention one of you awesome people have a change to win one as well!
As with many great inventions, the momAgenda was created to simplify the life of its founder and caught on like wildfire. Nina Restieri, a former successful ad executive, and businesswoman at the helm of a family business, was attempting to organize her chaotic schedule (and those of her family of four young children) one morning when she started to think about wedding planners. Why, she wondered, are there hundreds of options for brides to choose from to plan their wedding, but not a single option for mothers to plan their everyday lives? One year of extensive research later, momAgenda was born. The first run of products sold out within three days to 120 stores. At that moment, Nina knew she had struck a chord with women all over the country who had the same desire to bring some order to their hectic lives.
Since its inception in 2005, momAgenda has grown annually to include a diversified range of products that help organize the lives of mothers and others, including day planners (myAgenda, mom Agenda and Personal Portfolio) home organizers (Kitchen Folio, School Years, Wall Calendar) and helpful pads (Weekly Menu/Grocery Pad, Permission Slip, Honey Do List and Babysitter Info). The collection is sold at leading national retailers and regional boutiques throughout the US.
Today, momAgenda encompasses a vast range of organizational products, many inspired by its loyal devotees. Nina gets immense joy out of helping the pieces of everyone's personal puzzle “ family, career, home and social life “ come together.
So what do I think?
When Sophia was an infant, I remember early on after she was born doctors would ask how many feedings or changes were being done per day and such. I usually couldn`t remember honestly. I mean you know you changed and fed them multiple times per day, but for how long, what time, etc. I just wasn`t remembering. While the Newborn Daily Chart is a simple idea, it`s something that is quite useful for new parents if you ask me. Even though I am considered an experienced parent of one, I still intend to use this after our little one is born just because as I`ve also experienced I get more forgetful as the pregnancy and motherhood goes on!
What I like is that I can fill out the chart, which is simple and no complicated questions, tear the page off and bring it to the baby`s doctor appointments for easyÂ reference. It`s also great to refer to if you have others who babysit to maintain a schedule for your baby of about when he or she eats or needs to be changed. I would definitely recommend this for all parents of newborns simply to make things a bit easier for you!
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