The Best of Baby Chick in 2017
The year is coming to a close. We’ve had a blast creating informative and fun content for all of our readers this year. We hope you’ve enjoyed them all as much as we have! There are some articles that have really stood out more than others, so we wanted to share with you our top 10 most popular articles that we’ve written this past year. Here’s our #ThrowbackThursday to 2017.
It’s the saving grace of maternity wear: the legging. We already hate wearing pants, but we loathe them even more so when pregnant. We’re here with the top 10 best maternity leggings for 2017.
Our chiropractor shared 17 tips for having a healthy 3rd trimester! She’s got the insight into feeling healthy and ready for your birth. We agree with them all!
In this post, our IBCLC is answering common questions about frequent night waking for the breastfed baby. Hint: it’s totally normal!
You’ll read all the books and get lots of advice, but here are 5 things you still might want to know before becoming a stay-at-home mom.
Does your baby want to breastfeed again and again? You’re not alone. Our lactation consultant (IBCLC) is helping to decode with 5 reasons this might be.
If you’re doing the same things over and over with your baby and are running out of things to do with him, here’s a list. This will keep you both entertained. And these are great for your baby’s development too!
In this post we shared the top baby names of 2016. Also find out what we predicted would be popular in 2017!
We’ve seen babies send more time on their backs and in containers than ever before. Babies don’t need containers! Learn alternatives to keeping your baby in a container and help to avoid flat head syndrome.
Dieting can reduce your milk supply, but when it’s done in the right way, you can burn fat without dropping your breastmilk supply. Find out how in this post.
And our most popular post written in 2017 was this one, How to Keep Your Pregnancy a Secret in the First Trimester. It can be tough to keep the big news a secret. If you have decided to keep your pregnancy under wraps during the first trimester, here are some ways for you to be successful!
2017 has been a wonderful year. Cheers to 2018! We look forward to seeing what this new year brings. 🙂