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House Favorites: What we bought for baby girl

Baby girl will be here soon! Here are the items we bought before her arrival.
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House Favorites: What we bought for baby girl

[show_ms_widget id="36034505" image_id="41901747" width="600" height="913"] A lot of you have asked what items we are buying for baby sister. Since she is our third, we have most of everything we need, but she is our first girl so, of course, …

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A lot of you have asked what items we are buying for baby sister. Since she is our third, we have most of everything we need, but she is our first girl so, of course, there are some fun new things I want too. 😉 Also, Andrew (our youngest) is now FOUR so a few things have changed in the baby world since we were in this phase last.

The main thing I knew I wanted/ needed was a new infant carseat. The boys’ was pretty gross after two babies, so I didn’t save it when Andrew outgrew it. Since then, I have heard rave reviews about the Doona convertible car seat so my sweet MIL gifted us one. I think I am most excited about the convenience of this new addition to our baby gear!

Another new technology that has come out since Andrew is the Nanit Baby Monitor. I am a sucker for all things that make our lives easier, and this looked too cool to pass up! I can’t wait to use it when she arrives and I promise to let you know what I think after we are a few months in. This camera includes sleep tracking (Nanit gives you your baby’s sleep stats each morning, plus a timelapse highlight reel of their sleep). It tracks—and understands—sleep patterns, parent visits, room conditions and much more. It is also Alexa compatible and we got the sleep wear for Breaths per Minute and get real-time alerts for peace of mind.

The last thing we got, gear wise, is the doc-a-tot. I believe they were fairly new when I had Andrew, but I never purchased one. Since then, I have heard all my friends rave about them and watched how well my niece slept in hers so we actually are borrowing one from a friend. I bought a cute wicker bassinet from a neighbor that I plan to put the doc-a-tot in for her to sleep or nap in at time.

Is there any new must-have items you think we missed, I am going to need all the refreshers since it has been so long since we had a baby in the house! Please share anything you are loving in the comments below! xo

1.One Piece & Bonnet | 2. Teether | 3. Pajamas | 4. Bath Set | 5. Diaper Bag Organizer | 6. Car Seat Canopy | 7. Baby Monitor | 8. Bubble | 9. Dock Cover | 10. Swaddle | 11. Car Seat | 12. Bloomer & Bib

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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House Favorites: Natural Inspiration: Bamboo, Rattan, & Wicker

House of Harper House Favorites - Natural Inspiration: Bamboo, Rattan, and Wicker
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House Favorites: Natural Inspiration: Bamboo, Rattan, & Wicker

[show_ms_widget id="36033691" image_id="41900772" width="650" height="989"] Well, now that the cats out of the bag that we are moving, I can share all the home inspiration that I have been obsessing over lately! I have this obsession right now with all …

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Well, now that the cats out of the bag that we are moving, I can share all the home inspiration that I have been obsessing over lately!

I have this obsession right now with all things bamboo and rattan! I just ordered this dresser / changing table for baby sister’s nursery (on major sale right now for President’s Day!) and I think this mirror would be so perfect in her bathroom! I am also eyeing this book shelf for the boy’s room. They will have a little more space in their new room and I think this one would be easier for them to find their favorite books than the current Amazon one we have. I am not going to have a dedicated ‘office’ in the new house as it will double as our guest bedroom. I am eyeing this desk to put in front of the pretty bay window to set up as my home base.

Anyone else loving this home trend? It reminds me of my grandmother as she had the cutest bamboo table and chairs! It’s so funny how everything cycles back around. 😉

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1.Sconce | 2. Media Console | 3. Kids Chair | 4. Boxes | 5. Wall Mirror | 6. Nesting Tables | 7. Writing Desk | 8. Etagere | 9. Bar Cart | 10. Dining Chair | 11. Dresser | 12. Umbrella Stand

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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Our Journey to Baby #3

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Our Journey to Baby #3

I don't know why it has been so hard for me to sit down and write this post. I have postponed it for +30 weeks (or technically two years) now. I decided not to share our fertility journey in real …

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I don’t know why it has been so hard for me to sit down and write this post. I have postponed it for +30 weeks (or technically two years) now. I decided not to share our fertility journey in real time for a few reasons. One being because I never thought it would take us as long as it did or that we would end up going down the path we ultimately took. Having two healthy pregnancies and babies before, I was pretty naive about what it would look like for us to get pregnant again. Afterall, it’s worked twice in the past so it should be easy, right?

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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6 Tips to Teach Your Children Financial Literacy

6 Tips to Teach Your Children Financial Literacy
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6 Tips to Teach Your Children Financial Literacy

Raising financially smart children in today’s modern technology can be a challenge, but it is never too early to start talking to your children about money.  With apple watches and venmo it’s easy for children to think money is easy …

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6 Tips to Teach Your Children Financial Literacy

Raising financially smart children in today’s modern technology can be a challenge, but it is never too early to start talking to your children about money.  With apple watches and venmo it’s easy for children to think money is easy to access and always available, but today I am partnering with Independent Community Bankers of America to share with you 6 smart tips to teach your children financial responsibility.  

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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