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New Baby Gear Rental Business

7 Jun

“He who must travel happily must travel light.”

Fellow readers – I am excited to announce another baby – but this one doesn’t require diapers – well not exactly!  My good friend, Rosi, and I are thrilled to launch our newest business venture: Mums and Bums Nicaragua, Baby Gear Rental Business!

Mums and Bums Nicaragua is the one and only source for baby gear rental in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Vacations are great, but travel can be difficult when you have to lug around heavy equipment like strollers and car seats. Mums and Bums Nicaragua is here to lighten your load! We have everything you need to make your child (and you) as happy and comfortable as possible while on vacation.

Please visit our new Facebook page to learn more about the products we have available for rent.  Contact us if you need something that you don’t see listed, as we are constantly updating our rental inventory!




Guess our next project…

12 Nov


Rule of thumb

27 Sep

I’ve been shedding hair ever since Teddy was born.  I know that there is a very scientific explanation for this.  Baby Center reassured me (because don’t forget, we can get all medical questions answered on the internet, right?) that this is completely normal:

“Here’s what’s going on. Normally, about 85 to 95 percent of the hair on your head is growing and the other 5 to 15 percent is in a resting stage. After the resting period, this hair falls out — often while you’re brushing or shampooing it — and is replaced by new growth. An average woman sheds about 100 hairs a day.  During pregnancy, increased levels of estrogen prolong the growing stage. There are fewer hairs in the resting stage and fewer falling out each day, so you have thicker, more luxuriant tresses.  After you give birth, your estrogen levels take a tumble and a lot more hair follicles enter the resting stage. Soon you’ll have more hair coming out in the shower or on the brush. This unusual shedding will taper off and your hair will be back to its pre-pregnancy thickness about six to 12 months after you give birth.”

So fine, I knew this.  I went thru it with Lucy, too.  But then…Gloria chimes in and tells me that the reason I’m losing so much hair is because…


T sucking his thumb

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