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It’s my pleasure to introduce you to the The Pure Bebe blog. The Pure Bebe blog focuses on everything safe, healthy and pure for babies ages 0-3 years. The authors of Pure Bebe research baby products and topics and then report back. They’ve found that useful information like they provide is indeed hard to come by!
Tell us about your blog. What was the inspiration?
Who would have known that having babies would be so stressful? As if changing poopy diapers, sleepless nights, and feeding baby wasn’t enough to make most new mom’s hair turn gray, now we have to worry about what we’re actually feeding our babies (pesticides, genetically modified foods), what we’re using to feed our babies (BPA in plastic baby bottles), the chemicals we’re using to clean our baby’s bottles, and constant baby product recalls, etc.
Our inspiration is simple – our babies and your babies. PureBebe researches – everything. We go through great lengths to research and write about the most relevant and pressing topics that we need to know as parents. We write about everything from breastfeeding and carseat safety to dangers lurking in foods we feed our children. We also like to make our readers laugh, too. Because once we get the important safety and well-being stuff out of the way, motherhood really is one big ball of laughter. Like when your 2 year old daughter tells you “I got junk in my trunk, mama.” Oh honey, if you only knew.
What can readers expect when visiting your blog?
Readers can expect to be informed, to laugh, and to share their own experiences about being a mom or dad.
Who writes the Pure Bebe blog?
The PureBebe blog is written by two moms, Heather and Jasmine. Heather and Jasmine both have two daughters each, ages three and under, and juggle their diaper changing skills with demanding jobs and passions for knowledge and writing.
What does PureBebe mean?
Pure Bebe means “pure baby.”
What is one piece of advice you would give your readers regarding keeping babies safe?
Seek knowledge to arm yourself with the tools needed to make educated decisions about the health and well-being of your children. As mothers, we have more control over the long-term health and well-being of our children than we realize. Don’t assume that the way things have been done in the past is the safest path for your children or for your own health and well-being. So many things have changed over the last 15 years. From the introduction of genetically modified foods into our food supply (and subsequent over-use of cancer-causing pesticides in our food production), the advent of Bisphenol-A (a known endocrine disruptor) in baby bottles, the reliance on plastics and other new chemicals for household cleaning purposes, vaccines, etc. The list goes on and on.
Knowledge is power. Use your knowledge, your power, to control your child’s health destiny.
10 Things I Never Thought I’d Say (Until I Became a Parent): A great list worth reading.
Birth Story: From Au Natural to C-Section: Sometimes even the best laid birth plan doesn’t go as planned.
Is Your Baby Ready to Face Forward in the Car? A great article about child safety guidelines for the car.
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