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  1. Whitney says August 28, 2012

    My best advice is to get a video monitor – can’t imagine life without it!

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  2. Lauren Bryant says August 28, 2012

    This product seems so great! I am a soon-to-be first time mommy, due in December. So, the best advice given to me thus far is to trust yourself and your instincts…we know more than we think we do! Love your blog!

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  3. Carrie says August 28, 2012

    I’m about to be a new mom, too, so I don’t have much advice to give! One thing I’ve heard is to sleep when the baby sleeps, so hopefully I’ll try that. I tend to need a lot of sleep!

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  4. Amanda says August 28, 2012

    This post is really helpful- tummy time has been intimidating for us (we are new parents). The mat looks great. My advice to new moms is to be kind to yourself as you go through a major life change.

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  5. BGV says August 28, 2012

    This mat looks great! Alot better than just putting them on the floor! The best advice I have received (although not a mom yet) is to relax and enjoy the ride – no one does anything perfect!

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  6. Liberty says August 28, 2012

    The best advice I have received is to spend as much time skin to skin as possible during the first week so that your milk lets down faster! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. Lauren R. says August 28, 2012

    Love your blog! I’m expcting in October and the best advice I’ve been given is to sleep when they sleep and let people help you as much as possible :-)

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  8. Becca Pietrini says August 28, 2012

    Best advice I received is have a list ready of things friends and family can do when they come to visit the new baby and want to help out.

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  9. Enedina Robles says August 28, 2012

    Nurture yourself too. Before being a mother, you were a woman. You still are. Take care of you too.

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  10. Molly Kerckhoff says August 28, 2012

    ONLY buy zip up sleepers the first three months! They poop all night long, and when you are tired there is nothing worse than trying to snap in the dark while sleep-deprieved!

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  11. Aly says August 28, 2012

    Buy a Diaper Genie :)

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  12. Chelsey says August 28, 2012

    Enjoy every minute and do not be afraid to ask for help!

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  13. Alison says August 28, 2012

    I am a soon-to-be first time mom (in November). The best advice I have received is to read Baby Wise and try to stick to a schedule early on; also–try to sleep when baby sleeps. I love your blog!

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  14. Robyn says August 28, 2012

    This mat looks awesome!!!!!!!!!! Would be perfect at the grandparent’s house too~~~ What a great idea~~ Glad you posted the information……………..

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  15. Elly says August 28, 2012

    I am not a mom yet, but the best advice I’ve received is to not take yourself too seriously. Crazy stuff happens while parenting and it’s ok to laugh! The mat looks like it would be a great item to have with a new baby!

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  16. Torie says August 28, 2012

    I am due in 4 weeks!! I have gotten tons of advice, some I asked for and some not so much ;-)
    So far the best advice I have gotten is that the only right way to Parent is what is best for you and your family. There is no secret formula or recipe.

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  17. Hadley says August 28, 2012

    This looks awesome! I’m about to be a first time mom but the best advice I’ve heard is to trust your instincts.

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  18. Sarah says August 28, 2012

    I won’t become a mom until December, but the best advice I’ve received so far is to trust your instincts and do what is right for you and your family. Also, it sounds like getting baby on a schedule (whatever it is) after the first few weeks is helpful!

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  19. Nadine says August 28, 2012

    My best advice is to take everything in strides. Listen and learn from your baby, it’s easy to have information overload but there’s nothing better than being in harmony with your baby’s needs.

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  20. Patty says August 28, 2012

    I’ll be a new mommy next April! So far the best advice as come from my mom (of course) : “After you give birth, you are going to be tired, you’re hair is going to fall out, your body will be different, your hormones will be crazy, and you will be emotional. If anyone offers to help, say YES.”

    Love your blog!

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  21. Katie says August 28, 2012

    Can’t live without our Dr. Brown wide neck bottles! And don’t ever be afraid to snuggle your baby, even if the books say to let them “cry it out!”

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  22. Sarah says August 29, 2012

    Wow! Wish I had known about this when my daughter was little!

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  23. Sarah z says August 29, 2012

    You can never have enough burp cloths!!

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  24. Arre says August 30, 2012

    To listen to everyone’s advice but only take and apply what you deem best for you and your baby

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  25. Lisa @ lists in my pocket says August 30, 2012

    My baby is almost 4 weeks old! I have learned a lot so far – SwaddleMe blankets are the best, you can never have too many burp cloths (in every room of the house), and enjoy all of the sweet and quiet moments of cuddling.

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  26. Jennifer Takahashi says August 30, 2012

    Trust your gut and enjoy every minute!

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  27. Sarah says July 30, 2013

    Looks like an awesome tummy mat. Love that it is easy to clean. You can add your own toys to play.

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  28. Lydia Johnson says August 28, 2013

    Hold your baby as much as you can. They grow so fast!

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