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Matador Droplet Dry Bag

Matador Droplet Dry Bag

I just had to share another goodie that I purchased from Matador: the Droplet Dry Bag. Almost ALL parents have had a time in their child’s lives where they have needed a dry bag; a bag to hold wet things, wet clothes, a wet cloth diaper, a wet blanket. It doesn’t matter what substance made [...]

Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercise During Pregnancy

I found out I was pregnant as I was walking out the door to run a 10k time trial. After the initial “Holy shit!” moment, the next thought was “What happens now with my training?” Versions of these thoughts cycled through my head as I was running that day. I was registered for the upcoming [...]

Ask the Mamas: Summer Activities

Ask the Mamas: Summer Activities

Each week we will ask our mamas a question from our readers that pertains to babies, kids, or parenting. Make sure to check back each Tuesday to see their responses! Do you have a question you’d like to ask the mamas? If so, send us an email with your question to askthemamas@mamasaywhat.com. Mama Say What?! [...]

Bummis Sun Line Swimwear Review and Giveaway!

Bummis Sun Line Swimwear Review and Giveaway!

It is finally summer! For mamas of little ones, that means making lemonade, coloring with sidewalk chalk and, of course, swimming at the pool! Bummis has recently come out with a super adorable ‘Sun Line’ which includes sun caps, UV-protection tee-shirts and tankinis, and swim diapers. I was sent a sun hat, a tankini and [...]

At-Home Swimming Lessons

At-Home Swimming Lessons

Bath time can be a lot of fun with all of the cool bath toys, splashing, giggling and silly shampoo hair-dos. But we all know you cannot turn your back for a second, not even to grab their towel. Our eyes should be focused on that baby in the bath tub at all times. The [...]

The Importance of Swimming Lessons

The Importance of Swimming Lessons

The Facts: Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children ages one to four. A majority of toddler drownings occur in bathtubs, buckets and toilets. 88% of drowning victims were under some form of supervision at the time of the incident. 75% of drowning victims were missing for less than five minutes. Formal [...]