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Take your loungewear game to the next level with these looks we love

Supermom, super tired. These pajamas pretty much say it all.

Take your loungewear game to the next level with these  looks we love

That glorious time when it's completely appropriate to wear nothing but loungewear for weeks on end–welcome to new motherhood, mama. Here are a few of our top comfy looks:


1. The soulmate in pearl grey by Jijamas 2. Punjammies bottoms by Prasanna Full 3. Lou & Grey form cropped leggings

From around the house to around town, we kind of can't get enough of these looks.

4. Pure body ribbed cardigan by Gap 5. Darcy super mom super tired pajama set by You-Lingerie 6. High-rise chaturanga tight by Athleta

Stretchy, oversized, and amazingly awesome. Need we say more?

7. Flannel latitude shirtdress in charcoal grey from Madewell 8. Oversized knit cardigan by Zara 9. Mia Dress by Lunya

And for when you're ready to step it up a notch but don't want to worry about squeezing into anything just yet, grab a flowy dress and a chunky sweater and you're good to go. Finish the look with a quick top knot and give yourself a pat on the back, you just got ready for the day. ?

10 must-have registry items that will change your life, mama

The baby gear heavy hitters that should be top of your list

Calling all mamas-to-be! It's a fundamental truth of (impending) motherhood that your prepping-for-baby To Do list can feel a mile long, but really the best way to feel organized is to sort out the most important item at the top of your list: your registry. Sure the items you choose to include will end up running the gamut from nice-to-haves to absolutely essential game-changers, but mamas in the know quickly learn one thing: Not all baby gear is created equal.

So while you can and should pepper your registry with adorable inclusions that aren't necessarily can't-live-withouts (go ahead, add 'em!), you should make sure you're ticking the boxes on those pieces of baby gear that can be absolute life savers once you're in full-blown mama mode. From car seats to bouncers and playmats, your play and travel gear will be some of the most obvious important items on your list, but so can unexpected things, like a super comfy baby carrier and a snooze-inducing white noise machine. So to help you sort through the must-have options, we turned to the holy grail of motherhood that is buybuy BABY and handpicked 10 of the very best essential pieces that will change your life, we promise.

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