Perfect for the winter season

 

1. Winter Carseat Cover

 

2. Bobby Baby Carrier

 

3. Baby Milestone Board

 

 

4. Unisex Baby fleece

 

 

5. Tucks for Postpartum Relief

 

 

6. Nipple Cream (Safe for mom and baby)

 

7. Alcohol Test Strips

 

8. Lactation Support Tea

 

9. Baby Dream Soother

 

 

10. Bath time Bundle / Lavender or Sweet Almond (Sidne’s pick)

 

Bonus Black Owned Brands (Sidne’s picks)

 

Candle and Scents for Home Terminal B (each candle is $44)

 

 

Baby Bibs Afrigora (5 bibs for $20)

 

 

Baby’s First Five Years Memory Journal Norvarena ($32 for one)

 

 

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