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This July has not been the July we wanted, but it is starting to look up. Hallmark is reminding us to celebrate Christmas in July and giving us hope that more festive times are ahead during a year when we need celebrations more than ever.

Yes, Hallmark is running its Christmas in July movie line up right now. So if the current reality is a little too much for you, turn off the news and tune into Hallmark's delightful Christmas movies.


And Christmas movies are not all Hallmark is offering this year—the brand also getting into the wine business and giving people a little something extra to look forward to when curling up to watch a movie. You can pre-order Hallmark's new holiday wines right now and get them in time for the holidays. The white is called Joy and the red is called Jingle. Love it! Jingle and Joy are the flavors we're going to want all December long.

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Here's the complete list of Hallmark Channel's Christmas In July line up:

Tuesday, July 14

  • Christmas in Rome
  • Holiday Date
  • Hats Off to Christmas!
  • Christmas at the Palace
  • Christmas Scavenger Hunt
  • Picture a Perfect Christmas
  • A Dream of Christmas
  • A Christmas Duet
  • A Wish for Christmas
  • Reunited at Christmas
  • Switched for Christmas

Wednesday, July 15

  • Write Before Christmas
  • A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • On the Twelfth Day of Christmas
  • Enchanted Christmas
  • Cherished Memories: A Gift to Remember 2
  • Let it Snow
  • 12 Gifts of Christmas
  • Christmas Made to Order
  • Christmas Land
  • The Sweetest Christmas
  • The Mistletoe Promise

Thursday, July 16

  • A Christmas Detour
  • Christmas Connection
  • Christmas Cookies
  • Crown for Christmas
  • A Royal Christmas
  • Christmas at the Plaza
  • Once Upon a Holiday
  • The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • It's Christmas, Eve
  • Christmas Getaway
  • The Christmas Cottage

Friday, July 17

  • Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa
  • A Cheerful Christmas
  • Christmas at Graceland
  • Christmas at Holly Lodge
  • Sharing Christmas
  • A Perfect Christmas
  • Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy
  • Christmas Town
  • The Mistletoe Secret
  • Mingle All the Way
  • Christmas Next Door

Saturday, July 18

  • A Christmas Love Story
  • Christmas Under the Stars
  • Christmas at Cartwright's
  • Let it Snow
  • A Christmas Duet
  • Christmas Connection
  • Switched for Christmas
  • Reunited at Christmas
  • With Love, Christmas
  • Holiday Date
  • Write Before Christmas
  • Christmas in Rome

Sunday, July 19

  • A December Bride
  • Christmas Joy
  • Coming Home for Christmas
  • Merry & Bright
  • Picture a Perfect Christmas
  • Christmas at Dollywood
  • The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • Crown for Christmas
  • Christmas at the Plaza
  • Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe
  • Christmas Under Wraps
  • A Shoe Addict's Christmas

Monday, July 20

  • A Dream of Christmas
  • Christmas in Love
  • Christmas Made to Order
  • My Christmas Dream
  • Christmas Getaway
  • On the Twelfth Day of Christmas
  • Jingle Around the Clock
  • Love You Like Christmas
  • A Christmas Detour
  • The Christmas Cottage
  • The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Tuesday, July 21

  • It's Christmas, Eve
  • Christmas Scavenger Hunt
  • Once Upon a Holiday
  • Check Inn to Christmas
  • Christmas in Love
  • A Christmas Love Story
  • The Sweetest Christmas
  • The Mistletoe Secret
  • Christmas Next Door
  • Christmas Town
  • The Christmas Club

Wednesday, July 22

  • A Perfect Christmas
  • Merry & Bright
  • It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
  • Hats Off to Christmas!
  • A Gift to Remember
  • Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe
  • Sleigh Bells Ring
  • Christmas at Pemberley Manor
  • Mingle All the Way
  • Christmas at the Plaza
  • Christmas Under Wraps

Thursday, July 23

  • Coming Home for Christmas
  • Double Holiday
  • Finding Santa
  • Cherished Memories: A Gift to Remember 2
  • Miss Christmas
  • Welcome to Christmas
  • Marry Me at Christmas
  • Write Before Christmas
  • The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • Christmas in Rome
  • Reunited at Christmas

Friday, July 24

  • A Christmas Duet
  • 12 Gifts of Christmas
  • My Christmas Love
  • Christmas Land
  • Christmas List
  • Christmas at the Palace
  • Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa
  • A Shoe Addict's Christmas
  • Let it Snow
  • With Love, Christmas
  • Picture a Perfect Christmas

Saturday, July 25

  • A Wish for Christmas
  • Road to Christmas
  • My Christmas Dream
  • Mingle All the Way
  • The Christmas Club
  • Crown for Christmas
  • Check Inn to Christmas
  • Christmas Under the Stars
  • Christmas Under Wraps
  • The Christmas Cottage
  • Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays
  • Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe

Sunday, July 26

  • The Mistletoe Secret
  • Once Upon a Holiday
  • Christmas at Holly Lodge
  • A Royal Christmas
  • Christmas Cookies
  • Coming Home for Christmas
  • A Cheerful Christmas
  • The Mistletoe Promise
  • Christmas Town
  • A Christmas Love Story
  • Switched for Christmas
  • Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy

Monday, July 27

    • Holiday Date
    • Love You Like Christmas
    • Enchanted Christmas

    By its very nature, motherhood requires some lifestyle adjustments: Instead of staying up late with friends, you get up early for snuggles with your baby. Instead of spontaneous date nights with your honey, you take afternoon family strolls with your little love. Instead of running out of the house with just your keys and phone, you only leave with a fully loaded diaper bag.

    For breastfeeding or pumping mamas, there is an additional layer of consideration around when, how and how much your baby will eat. Thankfully, when it comes to effective solutions for nursing or bottle-feeding your baby, Dr. Brown's puts the considerations of mamas and their babies first with products that help with every step of the process—from comfortably adjusting to nursing your newborn to introducing a bottle to efficiently pumping.

    With countless hours spent breastfeeding, pumping and bottle-feeding, the editors at Motherly know the secret to success is having dependable supplies that can help you feed your baby in a way that matches lifestyle.

    Here are 9 breastfeeding and pumping products to help you no matter what the day holds.

    Customflow™ Double Electric Breast Pump

    Dr. Brown's electric pump

    For efficient, productive pumping sessions, a double electric breast pump will help you get the job done as quickly as possible. Quiet for nighttime pumping sessions and compact for bringing along to work, this double pump puts you in control with fully adjustable settings.

    $159.99

    Hands-Free Pumping Bra

    Dr. Brown''s hands free pumping bra

    Especially in the early days, feeding your baby can feel like a pretty consuming task. A hands-free pumping bra will help you reclaim some of your precious time while pumping—and all mamas will know just how valuable more time can be!

    $29.99

    Manual Breast Pump with SoftShape™ Silicone Shield

    Dr. Brown's manual breast pump

    If you live a life that sometimes takes you away from electrical outlets (that's most of us!), then you'll absolutely want a manual breast pump in your arsenal. With two pumping modes to promote efficient milk expression and a comfort-fitted shield, a manual pump is simply the most convenient pump to take along and use. Although it may not get as much glory as an electric pump, we really appreciate how quick and easy this manual pump is to use—and how liberating it is not to stress about finding a power supply.

    $29.99

    Nipple Shields and Sterilization Case

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    $9.99

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    When you are feeding your baby on one breast, the other can still experience milk letdown—which means it's a golden opportunity to save some additional milk. With a silent, hands-free silicone pump, you can easily collect milk while nursing.

    $14.99

    Breast to Bottle Pump & Store Feeding Set

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    $24.99

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    $8.99

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    Dr. Brown's milk storage bags

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    Motherly editors’ 7 favorite hacks for organizing their diaper bags

    Make frantically fishing around for a diaper a thing of the past!

    As any parent knows, the term "diaper bag" only scratches the surface. In reality, this catchall holds so much more: a change of clothes, bottles, snacks, wipes and probably about a dozen more essential items.

    Which makes finding the exact item you need, when you need it (read: A diaper when you're in public with a blowout on your hands) kind of tricky.

    That's why organization is the name of the game when it comes to outings with your littles. We pooled the Motherly team of editors to learn some favorite hacks for organizing diaper bags. Here are our top tips.

    1. Divide and conquer with small bags

    Here's a tip we heard more than a few times: Use smaller storage bags to organize your stuff. Not only is this helpful for keeping related items together, but it can also help keep things from floating around in the expanse of the larger diaper bag. These bags don't have to be anything particularly fancy: an unused toiletry bag, pencil case or even plastic baggies will work.

    2. Have an emergency changing kit

    When you're dealing with a diaper blowout situation, it's not the time to go searching for a pack of wipes. Instead, assemble an emergency changing kit ahead of time by bundling a change of baby clothes, a fresh diaper, plenty of wipes and hand sanitizer in a bag you can quickly grab. We're partial to pop-top wipes that don't dry out or get dirty inside the diaper bag.

    3. Simplify bottle prep

    Organization isn't just being able to find what you need, but also having what you need. For formula-feeding on the go, keep an extra bottle with the formula you need measured out along with water to mix it up. You never know when your outing will take longer than expected—especially with a baby in the mix!

    4. Get resealable snacks

    When getting out with toddlers and older kids, snacks are the key to success. Still, it isn't fun to constantly dig crumbs out of the bottom of your diaper bag. Our editors love pouches with resealable caps and snacks that come in their own sealable containers. Travel-sized snacks like freeze-dried fruit crisps or meal-ready pouches can get an unfair reputation for being more expensive, but that isn't the case with the budget-friendly Comforts line.

    5. Keep a carabiner on your keychain

    You'll think a lot about what your child needs for an outing, but you can't forget this must-have: your keys. Add a carabiner to your keychain so you can hook them onto a loop inside your diaper bag. Trust us when we say it's a much better option than dumping out the bag's contents on your front step to find your house key!

    6. Bundle your essentials

    If your diaper bag doubles as your purse (and we bet it does) you're going to want easy access to your essentials, too. Dedicate a smaller storage bag of your diaper bag to items like your phone, wallet and lip balm. Then, when you're ready to transfer your items to a real purse, you don't have to look for them individually.

    7. Keep wipes in an outer compartment

    Baby wipes aren't just for diaper changes: They're also great for cleaning up messy faces, wiping off smudges, touching up your makeup and more. Since you'll be reaching for them time and time again, keep a container of sensitive baby wipes in an easily accessible outer compartment of your bag.

    Another great tip? Shop the Comforts line on www.comfortsforbaby.com to find premium baby products for a fraction of competitors' prices. Or, follow @comfortsforbaby for more information!

    This article was sponsored by The Kroger Co. Thank you for supporting the brands that supporting Motherly and mamas.

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