Here’s the Deal: Best discounts, deals + services for your family, mama

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Here’s the Deal: Best discounts, deals + services for your family, mama

Hi, mamas! 👋

We know there's a lot when it comes to motherhood, whether that's balancing the mental load of it all or readjusting finances to make new ends meet. That's why we worked with some of the top brands to bring you special discounts and deals on products we know you'll use and love.

We frequently update this page with some of the best deals for you, mama, so bookmark it and be sure to check back!

Deal Alert: The Snoo is 35% off... but only for a few more days!


If you're panicking about the lack of sleep that comes with having a newborn... well, the hype is real. You're going to be very, very tired. The Snoo is here to help with this whole conundrum. The "smart" bassinet from Dr. Harvey Karp (a.k.a. the author of the renowned The Happiest Baby on the Block) is designed to boost infant sleep by listening to baby and responding to fussing/crying with a gentle swaying motion. And it works! The downside to this magical parenting tool is the price... which brings us to today's deal alert. Now through July 4 you can purchase the Snoo with a 35% discount. Believe us when we say it's worth it.


Deal Alert! Get 50% off your first month of KiwiCo Crates


The summer brain drain is a real thing, mamas, and KiwiCo is one of your best bets when it comes to keeping your kids' engaged, curious and tinkering. The brand's STEAM-focused monthly crates—which encourage kids to solve problems and become creative and critical thinkers—are jam-packed with fun materials for anyone between the age of 0 and 104. Yes, really! And right now take 50% off your first month's subscription with code FLAG. More to love? More discounts! Get up to 30% off KiwiCo's store, and get an additional 15% off your purchase with code EXTRA15.


Deal alert: Boden has 50% off mama + kids swimsuits right now

If you're looking for a quality swimwear this summer, we feel pretty strongly that Boden is one of the best brands you can buy for the whole family. We love their super-flattering one-piece suits for mamas, and the kiddo offerings are equally amazing—hand-me-down quality that can last for multiple seasons. Which is why we're doing a happy dance that nearly everything on the site is up to 50% off right now. We're encouraging to virtually run (not walk) to this amazing sale.


Deal alert: Hanna Andersson's famous pajamas are 60% off right now

Hanna Andersson 60% Off Sale

Long-known for making some of the best pajamas out there, Hanna Andersson's product is a tough pill for a lot of parents to swallow for one big reason: price! Paying $40 for one pair of pajamas is hard to justify, which is why we're kind of freaking out over this major 60% off sale that is happening right now. Be sure to check out deals on their family pajamas, and clothes for boys, girls, toddlers and babies, too.


Primary's summer sale is happening 'til supplies run out

Primary Summer Sale

Summer is here and one of our favorite kids clothing brands is celebrating the new season with a major sale. Not familiar with the brand? Here's why we love it: You'll find nary a logo or sparkle on Primary's offerings, which range from bathing suits to dresses to sweatpants for boys and girls ages infant up to 12 year old.


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These are only the vitamins I give my children and here's why

It's hard to say who loves these more—my kids or me.

When I became a mama five years ago, I didn't put too much thought into whether my son was getting the right vitamins and minerals. From breastfeeding to steaming and pureeing his first bites of solid food, I was confident I was giving him everything to support his growth and development.

But then the toddler years—and the suddenly picky palate that accompanied them—came along. Between that challenge and two additional children in the mix… well, I knew my oldest son's eating plan was falling short in some vitamin and mineral categories.

I also knew how quickly he was growing, so I wanted to make sure he was getting the nutrients he needed (even on those days when he said "no, thank you" to any veggie I offered).

So when I discovered the new line of children's supplements from Nature's Way®, it felt like a serious weight off my chest. Thanks to supplements that support my children's musculoskeletal growth, their brain function, their immune systems, their eyes and more, I'm taken back to that simpler time when I was so confident my kids' vitamin needs were met.*

It wasn't just the variety of supplements offered by Nature's Way that won me over: As a vegetarian mama, I'm the picky one in the family when it comes to scanning labels and making sure they meet our standards. The trick is that most gummy vitamins are made with gelatin, which is not vegetarian friendly.

But just like the other offerings from Nature's Way that I've already come to know and love, the children's supplement line is held to a high standard. That means there's no high-fructose corn syrup, gelatin or common allergens to be found in the supplements. The best part? My two oldest kids ensure we never miss their daily vitamins—they are so in love with the gummy flavors, which include tropical fruit punch, lemonade and wild berry.

Nature's Way Kids Mulitvitamin

Meanwhile, my pharmacist husband has different criteria when evaluating supplements, especially when it comes to those for our kids. He appreciates the variety of options from Nature's Way, which gives us the ability to rotate the vitamins based on our kids' daily needs. By keeping various children's supplements from Nature's Way on hand, I can customize a regimen to suit my kids' individual requirements.

Of course, high-quality products often come at a higher price point. But (to my immense gratitude!) that isn't the case with Nature's Way, which retails for a competitive value when compared to the other items on the shelf.

Like all mamas, my chief concern is supporting my children's health in any way I can. While I see evidence of their growth every time I pack away clothes they've outgrown, I know there is much more growth that doesn't meet the eye. That's why, for my oldest son, I like stacking the Brain Builder gummy with the Growing Bones & Muscles gummy and the Happy & Healthy Multi. My 3-year-old also enjoys getting her own mix to include the Healthy Eyes gummy. And both of my older kids are quick to request the Tummy Soothe tablet when something isn't sitting right in their stomachs.* And I'll admit it: I've tried it myself and the berry blast flavor really is tasty!

Although my current phase of motherhood may not be as "simple" as it once was, there is so much to appreciate about it—like watching my kids play and sing and create with their incredible imaginations. Along the way, I've eased up on some of my need for control, but it does help to have this range of supplements in my motherhood tool kit. So while I may not be able to convince my son to try kale, having the Nature's Way supplements on hand means I do know he's right on track.*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

This article was sponsored by Nature's Way. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and mamas.

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One of the biggest changes in my household once my daughter started homeschooling was that, suddenly, everything and everyone in our home had to start pulling double duty. While I was used to wearing a lot of hats (mom, wife and WFH employee, to name a few), suddenly our dining room was also pulling shifts as a classroom. My laptop was also a virtual teacher. Our living room hutch was also a school supply closet.

If I didn't want my home to be overrun with an abundance of clutter, I had to find products that could multitask. Here are 10 products that are saving this WFH + homeschooling mama right now.

Stylish storage cabinet

Whether I need a place to keep the printer or just want to keep crayons and colored pencils organized, this pretty cabinet provides a mixture of exposed and hidden storage without clashing with my living room decor.

White board calendar + bulletin board

With so much on our plates these days, I need a visual reminder of our daily schedule or I'll forget everything. This dry erase version makes it easy to keep track of Zoom meetings and virtual classes—and I also love using the corkboard to display my daughter's latest work from art class.

Natural Recycled 3-Ring Binder

From tracking our curriculum progress to organizing my family's paperwork, I can never have enough binders. Even better, this neutral version is pretty enough that I can display them on the bookshelf.

Bamboo storage drawers

The instant you start homeschooling, it can feel like you're suddenly drowning in papers, craft supplies and more. Fortunately, these simple bamboo drawers can be tucked into the cabinet or even displayed on top (seriously, they're that cute!) to keep what we need organized and close at hand.

Laminated world map

I love this dry-erase map for our geography lessons, but the real secret? It also makes a cute piece of wall decor for my work space.

Rolling 7-drawer cabinet

When you're doing it all from home, you sometimes have to roll with the punches—I strongly recommend getting an organizational system that rolls with you. On days when both my husband and I are working from home and I need to move my daughter's classes to another room, this 7-drawer cabinet makes it easy to bring the classroom with us.


From our first day of school photo to displaying favorite quotes to keep myself motivated, this 12"x18" letterboard is my favorite thing to display in our home.

Expandable tablet stand

Word to the wise: Get a pretty tablet stand you won't mind seeing out every day. (Because between virtual playdates, my daughter's screen time and my own personal use, this thing never gets put away.)

Neutral pocket chart

Between organizing my daughter's chore chart, displaying our weekly sight words and providing a fits-anywhere place to keep supplies on hand, this handy little pocket chart is a must-have for homeschooling families.

Totable fabric bins

My ultimate hack for getting my family to clean up after themselves? These fabric bins. I can use them to organize my desk, store my oldest's books and even keep a bin of toys on hand for the baby to play with while we do school. And when playtime is over, it's easy for everyone to simply put everything back in the bin and pop it in the cabinet.

Looking for study solutions for older children? Hop over to Grown & Flown for their top picks for Back to School.

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29 last-minute family Halloween costumes you can pull together NOW

If your little one is going as a lion, coordinating is as easy as breaking out the khaki!

Here's how Halloween unfolds in most households I know: Mom spends weeks—even months—planning the perfect costumes for little ones. Then Halloween creeps up and they realize they need an outfit to coordinate with the kids' get-ups. What's a mom to do?!

Thankfully, there's no need for fear or pressure: There are so many ideas for parents that are easy to make and still super clever.

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