2 – Bright Starts Lots of Links ($ 4.04; Target). In keeping with the toy theme, these links are perfect. They allow you to hook all of those toys around the taggie, and you can also use them to hang toys from your stroller, bassinet, or crib (if she was actually willing to lay in that crib, they would be even better. But that’s another blog post … ).
3 – Sophie the Giraffe ($21.99; Babies’R’Us). Ok, so I know I’ve posted about Sophie once before, but we love her so much that she completely deserves a second shout-out. I don’t know what it is about that little giraffe, but Waverly just loves her …. Loves to eat her, squeeze her, and just hold on to her. Thank goodness for Sophie.
4 – Wub Nub Pacifier ($13; Amazon). I admit it … We have given Waverly a pacifier pretty much since she was a week old. (I realize some don’t agree, but my pediatrician gave me the go and it has been a lifesaver on more than one occasion; I’m definitely not turning back now!). Since she has gotten older, and is able to grasp on better, she likes it more and more. The Wub Nub combines the pacifier with a soft, cuddly stuffed animal that gives her something to play with and snuggle up to. She LOVES it, and looks so cute with it, too!
5 – Fenugreek Pills ($9.98; Amazon). Random, I know, but this one has been a life-changer. Since going back to work, my milk supply has slowly been dwindling … Almost to the point that we had to supplement with formula. But after my doctor suggested these pills, my supply has gone up considerably with each pumping session. I take two pills each morning and night, and have noticed a significant difference.