Isn’t it lovely? Launched yesterday, Disney Baby Blog features stories from some of Babble’s very own bloggers.
Writers share their lives and connect with other new parents in the honest and open way you need to know about as a first (or even fifth) time parent. A whimsical site, it looks exactly how you’d expect a Disney blog to – peaceful, clean, and inviting.
In fact, it looks a little like a baby’s nursery.
The blog includes heartwarming stories from parents who share about their experiences. I love the one from John Cave Osborne where he talks about his 5th child being a total surprise and blessing, after marrying a single mom and then becoming a father to triplets.
Disney Baby Blog also has darling finds for the nursery, like this adorable mobile below from Mary Lauren Weimer. Isn’t it to die for? I’m pondering room themes for when we bring our child home from Korea and thinking this one might be it.
Or I’ll just buy that mobile and hang it in my room. On the fan. Or something. Because it is that cute.
The Disney Blog includes inspiring quotes about parenthood from Nadie Carriere. I adore all of these, in fact the one featured was one I had on my Facebook page (back when they let you put quotes on your profile) when Bella was born.
I love the ease of navigating it. Some new Disney products are featured on the side, like the most adorable Tigger that also happens to be made from organic material. Bella is currently asking if she can see the “tiger” again as I write this.
The sites Popular on Facebook plugin takes you straight to the posts that everyone is liking and talking about.
I am looking forward to reading more from all their writers and being taken back to both my daughter’s first year and our next little one’s.
I think, besides the writing, what I love the most is the look of it. Disney has always known how to create colors and pictures that are so childlike and serene – this site does the same for babies and all the wonder that comes with them.
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Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter, the loss of her twin boys, and their families’ Korean adoption in progress on the aptly named Hormonal Imbalances.