Flap Happy infant sun hat//Baby Banz infant sunglasses//Vera Bradley diaper bag//Selfie Stick//Solly Baby Wrap//Oil of Olay tinted moisturizer with sunscreen//Urban Outfitters high waisted swim bottoms//Kolcraft lightweight stroller
1. A good sun hat. Preferably one for both you and baby. Target has some cute ones for you and this Flap Happy hat is perfect for babies. it has UV protection and a soft chin strap to make sure it doesn’t fall off,
2. Everyone needs a pair of good sunglasses on Spring Break! Even baby…her eyes are sensitive and vulnerable to damage from the UV rays. These Baby Banz sunglasses have UV protection and a Velcro strap to hold them on. Check them out…they even have an adorable retro version.
3. Babies come with a lot of stuff. Moms should have a fashionable way to haul that stuff, right? I’m going to be using our cute Vera Bradley bag that will fit right in with the southern Florida foliage.
4. This is kind of silly, but when you go on vacation there needs to be documentation. And why not get everyone in that ocean shot? Bring along an inexpensive selfie stick to include everyone in the picture fun!
5. I am a die-hard Solly fan. I’ve never used another wrap, but have heard they can be bulky and get hot. Not desirable in 80 degrees or hotter. The Solly Baby wrap is lightweight, easy to use, and my babe actually gets excited when she sees me putting it on.
6. Let’s face it (haha!), moms dont have much time for themselves. I’ve also realized that my skin (that normally dislikes the Midwest winter) has changed post-baby and is basically crocodile skin. Bring on all the moisturizer! This stuff moisturizes, can act as a lightweight foundation, and has sunscreen. Perfect for warm weather.
7. I was kidding myself when I thought I would get my pre-baby body back by spring. It’s in for a long haul. Thank goodness the swimsuit trend has made it easy on me. High-waisted bottoms contain the flub but are still stylin’. i love it when i dont have to try hard. #momwin
8. My baby is only 3 months old and officially too little still for those convenient umbrella strollers. I did some looking around and found that Kolcraft makes a lightweight umbrella stroller with a reclining seat and a five-point harness. I found mine on Craigslist, but they’re a fairly cheap alternative to lugging a huge travel system stroller.