If you’ve followed along for awhile then you know that I’m a BIG fan of Moms on Call. We followed their schedule, and leaned on Laura (one of the authors and Pediatric Nurse) for all kinds of things with Remy. I’m excited to share that we are just as happy with it for Sutton.
Sutton is officially 12 weeks old. Almost 3 months old, and she is sleeping through the night. Woohoo! She started sleeping through the night around 10 weeks, the same as Remy. There are a few things that I can attribute that to. First one being the Moms on Call schedule. We follow it pretty religiously, and I know that isn’t easy for everyone, but putting in the time to make naps happen, getting them down and fed based on the schedule really does make life easier in the long run.
Additionally, we love the Moms on Call swaddle. It is Specifically designed with flannel fabric to provide exactly the right amount of elasticity. It allows the baby’s legs to move freely so the hip joints mature properly. There is plenty of room near the lungs so the baby can breathe comfortably, and it imitates your warm embrace. I will admit, I am not the best swaddler (that is all Justin), but they do have a full tutorial on how to properly swaddle. I swear it works miracles! Now that Sutton is almost 3 months old we’ll be dropping the swaddle, which is recommended by the Moms on Call team. She is officially ready to sleep in her crib and can find her own comfy spot!
Moms on Call offers books for 0-6m, 6-15m and then the Toddler book. We’ve been through them all with Remy. They also offer Toddler Courses, which I have shared in the past. Overall the Moms on Call books and methodology help you thrive through the first few years. Everything you need to sleep, feed, and feel confident in yourself.
Since having Remy, Moms on Call has rolled out several new products including their preferred bottles, pacis, and home and travel sound machines. Each product is something that they are willing to attach their name to because they believe it works the best. For example, the Nuk First Essential Bottles. We had Sutton on the Dr. Brown’s Bottles, and she started spitting up a lot more than normal around week 5 or 6. I reached out to Laura, and the first thing she recommended was that I try these bottles. We did just that, and immediately saw a huge difference in the amount Sutton was spitting up, and she wasn’t as gasy. I hadn’t even realized that they sold these bottles on their site. Even just their website is a one-stop-shop for baby essentials!
Everything that Laura has helped me with has truly been a lifesaver. Having her to learn on, and their consultation services are invaluable. If you aren’t in the Atlanta area they do offer consultants across the United States, and Laura will also set up virtual meetings with your family. I highly recommend looking into this.
All in all, we’re extremely happy with the ease Moms on Call provides us. Gifting someone these books, products, or consultation services would truly be the best thing you could give a new mom or mom to be (in my book). Babies don’t come with a manual, but this is the closet thing to it!
They are currently offering 20% off all Collections through Sunday, March 14th with code COLLECTIONS20.
Thank you to Moms on Call for sponsoring today’s post, and for being such an amazing resource for new moms!
As always, feel free to ask me any questions!
Photos by KVC Photography.