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Plush Pillows for Baby’s Pad

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Okay, we admit it–these pillows are really more for your benefit, Mom. After all, you’ll be the one rocking and nursing Baby at all hours of the night, so you’re going to want to keep your back comfy while you’re at it! Plus, pillows should never go in Baby’s crib–this is a major safety hazard. But as your cutie grows into a toddler, an accent pillow can make its way from the rocking chair to your kiddo’s bed, adding a bit of color and personality to her room (and serving as a cute reminder of those baby days). Click the images below to shop some of our favorites!

This watercolor pillow may just in fact resemble some of Baby’s first paintings! We love the bright colors and playful feel. It would look excellent sitting on a plain-colored comforter. ($55, Furbish Studio).

Your little adventure will love gazing at the bright colors and shapes on this pillow. ($30, Kohl’s)

Creative spelling aside, we love this pillow’s cheerful message! It would make a nice statement (literally and figuratively) when placed on a white chair or bedspread. The pillow also comes in white, if you want to go the opposite route! ($45, Lulu and Georgia)

This friendly elephant couldn’t be cuter! It’s the perfect addition to a future animal lover’s abode. ($25, Target)


Got twins? This fun matching set of pillowcases is great for a pair of two! They may even begin to dream in French. ($34 for the pair, Urban Outfitters)

 

Inspired to spruce up your little one’s room? Check out this modern nursery!

Nursery Ideas: Design a Modern Nursery
Nursery Ideas: Design a Modern Nursery
Nursery Ideas: Design a Modern Nursery

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23 Spring Cleaning Secrets Revealed

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

A recent Parents poll shows most moms spend 15 hours or more each week sponging, scrubbing, sweeping, and vacuuming. To help slash that time, we enlisted the help of our editors, as well as cleaning experts, to deliver clever tricks and products for every room in your home.

In December, I sent 22 editors home with more than 30 of the latest and greatest cleaning supplies on the market. I assigned everyone a mission and they each went home to dutifully vacuum pet hair from carpeting, scour bathroom grout, steam hardwood and tile floors, wash windows, and scrub stoves—hey, we’re not above manual labor! Every sponge, brush, vacuum, and scum-busting solution was put to the test and if our real moms and dads weren’t impressed, we cut it from our list.

To see which products shined, check out our room-by-room guide to spring cleaning:

Your Kitchen
The room that’s the heart of the home is also its most mess-prone. Food prep plus eating is a recipe for sticky counters, gritty floors, and crud everywhere else. Here’s how to cut kitchen cleaning time in half:


Your Living Room and Bedroom
These spaces have a lot in common: soft, comfy furniture, plush carpeting, and personal clutter. They also share the cleaning challenges of upholstery stains, dirty carpeting, and dust. Use our tips for tricky messes:


Your Bathroom
Make the place where your family gets clean spotless. Tackle soap scum, mildew, stained grout, and more:


Find The Best Vacuum for You
We tested the latest vacuums to find the right tools for your home’s carpet, tile, and wood. Find out which is right for your family:

 

Household Chores During Pregnancy: Safe or Not?
Household Chores During Pregnancy: Safe or Not?
Household Chores During Pregnancy: Safe or Not?

 

Which family space do you need the most help keeping tidy? Let us know in the comments!


Image: Dad and daughter vacuuming by Stephanie Rausser

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