Following childbirth, it's easy to forget about yourself. After all, you're maybe nursing around the clock and probably non-stop thinking about that new wailing, pooping roommate you've been tasked to keep alive. But don't ignore your own needs: nurturing YOURSELF, mama, is absolutely essential when taking care of your baby. Because when you're short on shut-eye and feeling completely rundown, that takes its toll on everyone in the family. So whether you want to go for an energetic walk with your babe (or solo) or get dressed like it is yest... pre baby, we want you to give yourself some mother-care. That's why we've partnered with our friends at Birdling, Solly Baby, Dock-A-Tot, Yumi, Hatch and Bumbleride. Enter below for a chance to win $2,000 in shop credit (and go to our Instagram post to complete your entry)! And scroll down for all the details.

Birdling. Prize: $250 gift card

When you're a mom, life can be hectic. But your bag doesn't have to be. Birdling offers functional bags that will keep you organized during your everyday hustle and your once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Which is good news because, let's face it, packing all of your tot's must-haves is basically an art. From their weekenders to their backpacker, Birdling bags are sturdy and spacious, versatile, classic and cool! Perfect for a mom who wants to stay organized without sacrificing her style.

Solly Baby. Prize: $250 gift card

Speaking of style, it's not because you're wearing your baby everywhere you go that you need to sacrifice your look. We say, find a carrier that actually complements your outfit. Solly Baby wraps, made from super soft, super breathable Lenzing modal, are like second skin; and they're beautiful and stylish, too; AND they let you be hands free so you can keep your multitasking ways! That's right, mama, you can be the best mom you want to be and still be your true self! Plus, they fold easily and don't take a lot of space in your diaper bag. Score!

DockATot. Prize: $500 gift card

We know nothing beats that feeling of wearing or carrying baby. But if your back needs a break, you'll want a comfy lounger for your babe to rest. The DockATot is a baby nest that provides a womb-like environment for your newborn. It's perfect for him to hang out while you're doing your morning stretches or sipping on that hot cup of Jo.

Hatch. Prize: $250 gift card

Designed by mother-of-two Ariane Goldman, Hatch is known for its beautiful, high-quality maternity clothing. But guess what... The brand's clothes can also be worn well after pregnancy! Full of timeless classics with a modern twist, the brand has something for every occasion -- at home, at work, and even for date night.

Bumbleride. Prize: $500 gift card

Taking a walk is an easy way to strengthen your body, but not just. Walking is also a powerful way to lead your mind down the right path. It can help you relieve stress, improve your mood and even make you feel more energized. So, we say: take your babe out for a stroll. The Bumbleride Indie is an all-terrain stroller that's also lightweight and super easy to fold. Plus, the fabrics are made from 100% recycled polyester and are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Class I certified, which means it is free of harmful chemicals.

Yumi. Prize: $200 gift card + $50 in swags

Don't have time to make that delicious, organic food for our babies from scratch? Don't worry, mama! You can delegate, and there's a new baby food brand in town that you can trust! Yumi offers superfood-based meal plans that grow with baby’s nutritional needs and that are made from fresh, organic ingredients. The best part? All of that yummy food gets delivered right to your door.


Courtney Barker

British mom Courtney Barker is sharing the story of how her son, 7-month-old Arthur contracted COVID-19 in the hopes of preventing other families from going through what hers is. Thankfully, little Arthur is now feeling better, but last week he was rushed to the hospital.

His mama recalled the experience in a now-viral Facebook post that is attracting worldwide attention.

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