Every week, we stock the Motherly Shop with innovative and fresh products from brands we feel good about. We want to be certain you don't miss anything, so to keep you in the loop, we're providing a cheat sheet.

So, what's new this week?

Premama: Effective, research-backed supplements for TTC through pregnancy

Backed by science and created by a diverse team of experts with who specialize in everything from infertility to hormone imbalance and nutrient deficiencies, Premama's line of pregnancy supplements are premium, pure and ethically produced. Their innovative four-part system—which includes a variety of drink mixes, vitamins, and even caramels that aid digestion—is designed to help you cleanse, conceive, carry and care, or jump in at any step along the way.

Living Loudly: Joyful experiences that start with a T-shirt

Founded by a mom and dad who wanted to connect more deeply with their kids despite the chaos of the day-to-day, Living Loudly is a brand that's meant to spark creativity while developing a strong family bond. Their gender-neutral graphic tees feature designs that inspire kids to express their inner happiness with confidence. What's more, each shirt comes packaged in a colorful capsule with a unique, joyful story printed on wildflower seed paper that can be read together and planted as a fun (and fun to watch grow!) memory.

Little Poppy Co.: Stylish baby bows created by mamas

In 2015, fashionable mamas Lindie Royall and Becca Grider launched Little Poppy to help take one thing off your heaping plate—keeping your little one well accessorized. They began by crafting their adorable bows at home by hand and rocketed to success almost immediately. With an ever-growing collection, they've created an irresistible finishing touch for any outfit.

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