When it comes to babies, you'd think I would know everything. I'm pregnant with my 6th, after all, and I've handled thousands of diapers, dozens of fevers, and more drool and crying than you can imagine.  So why is it that I often forget the basic knowledge of dealing with infants or feel insecure that I'm not doing something right?


I still read books, Google search for answers, and rely on tools like the newly released "Ready, Set, Baby!" which I received free to review for this post. It's a newer, more updated version of some classic parenting books you may already own, and it features 80 expert video tutorials and is a fully interactive guide to all the parenting pain points, such as breast feeding, formula, sleep, car seat installation, and basic baby care (bathing, diapers, skin care, etc.)

Why would a seasoned parent find this tool useful?  Well, because every child is different.  My first baby had a horrible case of strep that needed treated in the hospital, my 2nd couldn't latch on properly for the first month of nursing, my 3rd had asthma and needed breathing treatments, and my last one -- well, he just never slept at all!  While no tool can replace the advice of a doctor, it is nice to have some basic information on when you should seek professional advice and to also know that other moms have gone through what you are going through.

Whether you're a new mom just figuring out the whole cloth vs. disposable diaper thing, or you are a mom of many who forgot at what age you start giving solid foods, there is trusted advice you can rely on with the Ready, Set, Baby! guide.

You can find out more about Ready, Set, Baby! via their website, Twitter account, or Facebook page!

*This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Open Air Publishing. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.