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𝘊𝘶𝘳𝘢𝘵𝘦𝘥 𝘣𝘺 𝘢 𝘮𝘰𝘮 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘰𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘳 𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘴
'The Ginger Tots' was established with a vision and passion to create a safe growing environment for babies, toddlers and kids . A sustainable toy boutique, our brand thrives in bringing eco-friendly, non-toxic, socially conscious and fair trade products with the highest safety and quality certifications.
𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗲𝗿 𝗧𝗼𝘁𝘀 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗺𝗶𝘀𝗲 
 Eco-friendly
 Sustainable 
 Fair Trade
 Non-toxic
 Quality Assurance
Emotional & Skill Development
https://www.instagram.com/thegingertots/
www.thegingertots.com
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#momslove #ecofriendly #happymotherhood #momandbabybond
#momslove #ecofriendly #happymotherhood #momandbabybond #thegingertots
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"I love you.
I hope you know that.
But I’m so small and I can’t say it yet.
So the tears will come when I need you, and sometimes I feel yours too.
I know you ache, but I ache for you.
Maybe we feel the same?
When it’s dark around me and your face comes into view,
I know everything will be ok.
Do you know that too?
I just want to tell you,

I love you.
But I can’t just yet.
So I’ll stretch out my arms instead, I’ll protest and fuss when you put me down.
When all I want is your smell, my comfort, a wholeness.
Because you smell like the two of us, as if we were one.
You’re all I know.
All I need.
I can’t wait to know more about the you before me, but right now it’s, ‘us’.
One day I will tell you,

I love you.
When I gaze up at you, as soon as I find your eyes, my whole world is in focus.
Maybe, we can both slow down together.
Orbit around each other, like we have nowhere to be.
As if this will be no longer.
As if my smallness won’t last.
I wish this moment could last forever, and maybe one day you will too.
These days are ours, as you whisper to me,

I love you.
When you kiss me goodnight.
As I fall asleep.
As we breathe each other in.
When I wake, again and again, searching for you.
While you’re searching for you too.
While we find each other.
I know it is constant.
But you are my constant.
Because these days filled with nothing are everything to me.

And soon my head won’t rest on your chest,
soon my cries will become words instead.
By watching you, my lips start to move,
the only feeling I’ve ever known, in a voice that feels new.
I’ll smile up at you and say the words,

“I love you too”.

@jessurlichs_writer
#momlove #happymotherhood
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Mother's cant be described in words, because they are lot more then the words.
#mother #beingmother #happymotherhood
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Surviving Those First Few Months With A Newborn......

The first few weeks after the birth of your baby can be hard on you, especially if this was your time. And even if you have had kids before, every baby is different and so are the circumstances. The first few days are always tough on a mother. That is why we bring so some tips that will help you to make it through the challenging few months with your newborn.
1. Accept help
You are in need of all the help you can get. So, do not be afraid to ask for help from anyone, and accept all the offers of help you get. Use it for having meals, or taking showers. Do not think that you are burdening someone by asking them to help. You should realize that although you may be feeling you can handle everything by yourself, you actually cannot, as your body is weak and needs time to recover.
2. Take naps
Newborn babies have no definite sleeping schedule. They sleep whenever they like and wake up at the most ungodly hours just to cry out loud. You will have no chance getting proper rest and you will be sleep deprived soon. Take quick naps whenever the baby is sleeping. This will give you much-needed rest. Also, do not worry about the chores that are needed to be done as someone will take care of it for you. You only need to take care of yourself so that you can look after the baby better.

3. Maternity pads
Stock up on maternity pads because you are going to need them. You will bleed, quite a lot, sometimes up to 6 weeks or more. So, have plenty of maternity pads on hand.
4. Let the emotions flow;
You will be on an emotional roller coaster ride even after the birth of the baby. It is totally normal to cry sometimes, it only makes you feel better. Confide in a friend or a close family member, if not your partner, and tell them how you are doing and feeling. Keep checking yourself for signs of postnatal depression and do not hesitate in seeking help, if you feel like it.

5. Say No to visitors
Know that it is okay to say no to visitors. You do not need to feel guilty about it. It is your baby and your life and if the onslaught of the visitors is making you stressed you can always tell them that it is not a good time to stop by, or that you need some quiet time alone or with family.
6. Try to establish a routine
Learn to pick up the signs and cues from baby and try to make a routine around them. It will definitely make your life easier and give you the time you require for other activities.
Always remember that things will get better and the hard times will pass. And when they do, the joy of having a baby will be an eternal bliss. As the baby grows old you will see more interaction and it gets exciting from there on. Try and enjoy these times, it is going to be rewarding soon....
#happymotherhood 💖❤💖❤💖❤
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