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Shannon and Niki, founders of Clover Baby & Kids: Childrenswear Designed for Sleep & Play

Meet Shannon and Nikki, the founders and masterminds behind the brand, Clover Baby & Kids. We virtually sat down with these mamas to get the full lowdown on Clover Baby & Kids, and what it truly is like growing a brand with your best friend.  What inspired Clover Baby & Kids? And how has your friendship changed since starting a business? Clover was inspired by a desire to elevate baby and toddler basics. We set out to create a line that could truly work for both sleep and play – comfortable, cozy and stylish essentials. Being a parent is hectic and we like to think Clover makes it just a little bit easier. Little ones can go from nap to play back...

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING YOUR NURSING BRA

The following are key elements to keep in mind during your nursing bra search...and AVYN checks all the boxes while giving you that “favorite outfit” confidence booster that might seem small, but is a very welcomed feeling when your postpartum body feels foreign.

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How To Plan A Wedding When You're Pregnant

This might sound cheesy but I always hoped for a Carrie Bradshaw fairytale ending. Yes, a courthouse wedding ceremony in Manolo Blahnik’s, wearing a label-free dress. The idea of no pressure, no expectations of others or stress of planning sounded like a beautiful way to focus on what we were celebrating—LOVE.

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Ordinary Days: Words of Encouragement to New Mothers

To all of the mothers, who feel that their life suddenly feels mundane—it is often in the mundane where we can notice the glory of it all. I encourage you, as I have been encouraged, to revel in this new normal. Find your rituals, your rhythms, and create something new. You can pursue what makes you come alive, and be a loving mother; sometimes you will find its one and the same.

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How I Prepared for a Home Birth

Part of the process of a home birth is not having an epidural (if you decide to get one you will be transferred to the care of a hospital) - most women I talked to thought I was crazy because the pain is awful, others having done this themselves said it was worth it (but yes, the pain is no joke). I heard countless birth stories and it seemed that every woman had a different experience and no birth was alike. 

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