Your baby’s first words

Don’t ever forget your baby’s first words. Record them so you can remember them when your child is all grown up. StepsLife will help you.

Mommy or Daddy? Which one was your baby’s first words? You will never forget those first words. It is one of the most special moments to remember in your baby’s life, and of course, in yours. Because those very first milestones are the ones that leave a trace. Continue reading “Your baby’s first words”

Why the rule of thirds can help you capture better photos of your kids at the big moments

If there’s one thing parents across borders have in common, it’s the incomparable need to capture as many photographs of their little ones as possible. Somehow, through their eyes, everyday activities like the kids brushing their teeth, playing with their toys, or even yawning, become absolute wonders that need to be frozen forever as snapshots. Continue reading “Why the rule of thirds can help you capture better photos of your kids at the big moments”

8 Ways to manage those first month visitors

In the first days and weeks after your baby is born, family and friends will be clamoring to catch a glimpse of your bundle of joy. It’s natural to be welcoming, but you have to remember that this is a time for you to recuperate and bond with your baby. Entertaining people at home is the last thing you should have on your mind. Continue reading “8 Ways to manage those first month visitors”

Unpacking the diaper bag – 5 Things you need and 5 you don’t

Babies need a lot of things and the diaper bag is a mom’s tool belt when she’s on the go. You might want to bring all the comforts of the nursery with you, but, with the bag overflowing with everything but the crib, it can be difficult to find what you need. To pack smart, here are five things you need and five things you don’t. Continue reading “Unpacking the diaper bag – 5 Things you need and 5 you don’t”

5 Surprisingly fun and educational things to do with your children

Spending time with your kids can be one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have. You want them to grow up well rounded and to have every possible advantage you can give them, but at the same time you want them to know how to have fun. Here are some games you can play with your kids that are fun to play and they can’t help but to learn a little bit at the same time. Continue reading “5 Surprisingly fun and educational things to do with your children”