I know my actions speak way louder than words. I see it on the daily. How I treat my children is how they treat each other. Holland especially has been all eyes the last six months as we have introduced another sweet baby into our home and lives. She is my constant helper and shadow as I navigate juggling 4 children, all 6 & under.
From day one she has called Brooklyn her baby. She is constantly right by my side mothering her little brother or her baby doll. It’s so funny to see what she picks up on as I watch her do exactly what I am doing. When I nurse, sure enough her doll is under her shirt too. Monkey see , Monkey do.
I was thrilled when I found out my MiaMily HIPSTER™ PLUS 3D Baby Carrier had a mini version for Holland & her doll so we could be matching as we mother our babies. I love Holland’s interest and her love of being a mother and best part, she can even put on her MiaMily Doll Hipster™ all by her very own self. I love watching her grow into a beautiful, nurturing young lady.
I don’t know where this saying came from, but I hear it a lot when people ask me if having four children is like drowning in an ocean and then someone hands you a baby?
My answer is: no, I have a MiaMily.
My MiaMily is the only way I can keep on top of things or in other terms, not feel like I’m “drowning”. I can go hands free all day in style and complete comfort! The carrier is complete with multiple storage pockets for all mine and the kid’s stuff that we tote everywhere and a 3D hip seat which absorbs babies weight so my back stays safe and pain free all day.
Brooklyn, my fourth baby, has been my carrier baby. He finds so much comfort being held in his MiaMily curled up on my chest all day, falling asleep listening to my heartbeat, as I attend to housework, meal prep, and nurture three other small children. I love that his carrier will be able to grow with us as he gets older, with 9 different ways to carry as he grows.
I’m cherishing these moments & always want to remember these times with both my baby Brooklyn & Holland.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of MiaMily. The opinions and text are all mine.