Bundle Organics

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I was recently traveling for work and like many other moms before me, the line “put on your own mask before you help others” struck a chord with me. We moms all too often give and give and give and then find ourselves forgetting to care for ourselves. While a juice can’t completely solve that for us, Bundle Organics has a tasty option to making sure pregnant and nursing moms get the nutrients we need.

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This line of juices contains vitamins like omega-3 and iron to help keep our bodies caring for us so we can then care for our babies. And there’s more:

  • USDA Organic. Our juices contain only the best and brightest organic fruits and veggies. Flavorless produce need not apply.

  • Safe to Sip. You have enough to think about. That’s why our juices are 100% worry-free. “Raw” and “fresh-pressed” juices might contain harmful bacteria. So we pasteurize our juices for maximum nutrition, flavor, and pow!

  • An Extra Bump. Our juices supplement prenatal vitamins with an extra bump of key vitamins and minerals for healthy development. Folic acid (200mcg). Check! Calcium (100mg). Check! Vitamin D (60IU). Check! Omega-3 (500mg). Check!

  • Hydration, Please. Expecting moms should drink 8 to 10 glasses of fluid a day (that can seem like enough to fill a baby pool!). Luckily, our juices are a delicious alternative to plain ole water, leaving you feeling hydrated and oh-so-healthy.

  • OB-GYN Approved. The first batch of Bundle Organics was made right in our kitchen, but we didn’t trust our taste buds alone. So we consulted with experts from OB-GYNs to leading nutritionists to make sure our juices were packed with all the right stuff – the nutrients and supplements that both mom and baby need. Check out our “About Us” page to find out more about the super smart all-stars behind our brand!

(Information from Bundle Organics)

Now, it’s not as simple as drinking a juice to solve all your “mask moments”, but it’s a start. For me, I haven’t been eating the healthiest, but knowing I have options like this to get in my daily fruits and veggies is a win. Weirdly, I wasn’t loving fruits and veggies as much when I was pregnant with the twins – my post “getting healthy” pregnancy! I wish I’d found out about these juices earlier, but I do like them for supporting my nursing nutritional needs.

Bonus for expecting moms? The green and orange blends include ginger – great for those morning sick days when nothing else seems to sit well. (I even go to this juice now because I don’t always feel great in the mornings after not eating all night then nursing for up to 45 minutes before showering and heading to work – where I eat my breakfast.) Sounds pretty impressive for a prenatal juice, right?


Although I recommend these juices for their convenience and taste, I am not a certified medical professional.  If you are pregnant or nursing, consider working with your doctor and/or dietitian if you have questions or concerns about drinking juices (such as Bundle Organics) during this life stage.

More information on Bundle Organics can be found at their website: bundleorganics.com

That Cuddle Took Everything


On Sunday I fought my son for a nap cuddle. He defaults to Greg and it breaks my heart. I know my son loves me, but sometimes it is hard to swallow when he’s been with my parents and refuses to greet me with even a hi let alone a hug. It breaks my heart when he won’t let me tuck him in for a nap or soothe his tears with a hug. Or when I am going away overnight and he refuses to kiss me goodnight. So, I fought a toddler to sleep in my arms. I got what I wanted, but it wasn’t easy. Some would say I should have passed him to my mom or Greg, just gave in…but I wanted that love. We cuddled, tickled, played along with Ari’s diner play, and finally got to a comfy sleep. For 30 minutes, my world was peaceful and amazing, all because I had a head of sweaty curls tucked in my elbow, legs across my lap, and a hand on my neck. My ‘lil boy made me feel so loved. Selfish, I know, but neither of my kids are Mama’s kids…this means Greg handles 97% of the kid stuff which can’t be easy. It makes me feel like a bad mom, like I am not loving enough to be loved back. Sometimes I want to scream would it hurt to just give me a high five, kids?…but I hold back. Some day, I will be cool again, like I was those 6 and 8 weeks of maternity leave…right?