Are you expecting a baby or have you recently welcomed one into the world?
Is your head is swimming a little bit with all the information and stuff that you suddenly have in front of you?
Take a breath and a minute to read some of these helpful (and short!) articles by Lynne Tapper, co-author of baby daze and professional organizer. She helps provide some sanity-saving tips and tricks that almost any new or expectant parent can use.
SLEEP-DEPRIVED PARENTS UNITE!
HANG ONTO THOSE PRECIOUS BITS OF BABY-DATA, THE ONES YOU CAN’T REMEMBER, BUT CAN’T AFFORD TO FORGET.
HOLD OFF INFANT-RELATED INSANITY WITH BABY DAZE.
Designed to work with twins
Designed by a professional organizer and mother of two
Makes a great baby shower gift
Old-school and proud of it. Using paper, pen, and pencils to create a completely practical keepsake.
Organizational tool for new and expectant parents
Co-author Lynne Tapper and her son show the baby daze logbook (2nd edition). Lynne is an organizer, mom, and triathlete (not necessarily in that order). She used the baby daze logbook with both of her kids.
Blog Articles For New & Expectant Parents
Okay, so you just had your baby (or babies). The hospital is in the rear view mirror. The baby seat has been successfully installed. Now what? You are about to head out on the grand marathon that is parenthood, but how should you leave the starting line for that first mile? Should you sprint out of the gates and shout, “look at me, I’m Super Mom!” or should you pretend that you are a Kenyan marathon expert and set a nice steady pace? It’s all up to you, but here are a few thoughts on what to do with the first two weeks when you get home.read more
As a pediatrician and mother of three, I know that staying organized is the key to staying sane. baby daze is a cleverly-designed, practical guide for tracking all of the little details that would otherwise spill out of a busy, new parent’s sleep-deprived brain. I highly recommend it.
baby daze has been a lifesaver! our baby nurse thought it was one of the best things she’d ever seen. It helped keep some very critical information organized when the rest of our life was turned entirely upside down.