Sprout Soup

Sprout Soup
Sprout Soup offers Toy Stores services in Columbus OH.

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Sprout Soup has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Sprout Soup has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Columbus, Ohio is 36 and in the Toy & Game Stores category is 62. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Sprout Soup shared Bee is for Babywearing: www.thewildbees.com's photo.
Bethany Blake (35), Solaya Lee and Giselle Marie (Identical twins - 5) and Zenon Elliot (4). Photographed in Portland, ME Bethany shares - "I was in 4th grade when I started my period, I was wearing 2 sports bras in 5th grade because my boobs were already so big getting unwanted attention. When we created aol.com e-mails in 5th grade I picked Belle because she was my favorite Disney character, years later through AIM (remember that?!) I was harassed online, anonymously by a group of girls making fun of my body - saying it should be belly not Belle, they said - "Go lose weight, you should stop eating, you are ugly". I have always been aware of my body, I have always loved my breasts, my strong muscular legs, my long eyelashes but it was my stomach that I had the most insecurities with because of other people. In middle school boys started asking if I were pregnant because of my big stomach, and I know my friends referred to me as "the fat friend." Even at my thinnest or fittest, I had a big belly. I tried diet pills, I tried hardcore exercising, I tried not eating, I tried throwing up after eating, I tried waist trainers. My whole life I have had a belly and I was ashamed of it - at 10 years old I started to believe that it was unnatural, gross, unhealthy, unattractive to have a belly. After I had my babies, my belly was still there - but then I was hearing "oh she let herself go," and I was like "wait, no, this has always been here." I think that really started my own self love/body positivity journey because everyone was STILL having something negative to say about MY body. The body that birthed 3 babies in 18 months, the body that I should be the only one caring about. Let's be honest my stomach is still my #1 insecurity but to put it simple, I just stopped caring what others thought of it. Nobody wants their own children to be ashamed of who they are, what they look like so I personally do not and will not say anything negative about my own body in front of them. I wear bikinis, I sleep naked, I walk around the house in a bra and undies, my children shower with me. Because I want them to believe what I now believe. That my body is natural, normal and beautiful. And without a doubt parenthood snapped that switch on in my heart & head. Within one year I left a bad situation, moved from California to Boston, met a man, fell in love, got pregnant, found out we were expecting twins, moved into an apartment with him, and had twin girls. I had ZERO expectations of birthing, postpartum, parenting. I remember leaving the hospital with our girls who weighed just over 5 pounds each and asking ourselves "Is this real?" We didn't understand how the hospital was just letting us leave with these two tiny beautiful human beings with no instructions. We were exhausted and so unprepared! I breastfed because it was what my older sisters did. My girls lost weight during their first month at home and I thought it was all my fault, that I was doing it wrong. I remember the lactation consultant would literally grab my breast and squeeze my nipples to place them in my children's mouth, she would pick each baby up and move them around in different positions while I just sat there and cried for weeks. She tried to find the best position for not only them but me as well. I can not remember a single thing she said to me but she kept me going. I was so checked out, my nipples were sore, cracked and I was so tired. That first month was the hardest, after the girls started gaining weight we got in a groove - I got myself a Netflix account and spent hours binge watching shows with a baby on each breast. The girls just self-weaned at 5 years old. Their brother who was born when they were 18 months is 4 now and still nursing. Our breastfeeding journey is still not over yet! I got pregnant with my son before my twin girls were one - whatever anxiety I was experiencing was always blamed on "you just had twins," "you are pregnant." One day I was unmotivated, the next day I had this unstoppable energy and both days I would be agitated. Everything bugged me - and because my children could do no wrong - it was every single thing my partner did that annoyed the hell outta me. He was there so he was getting the wrath of it all. And I was mean. When I went in for my sons 1 year check up, the doctor asked how I was doing and I told her. She asked if anyone had spoke with me about Postpartum Depression or Anxiety? I shut her down, I didn't think I had it because I didn't want to hurt my babies or myself. I remember going home and telling my partner what she said and he's like "yah I know." My children are 5 and 4 now, and things are not perfect but just like everyone else, we are working on things and taking it one day at a time. Knowing that postpartum depression and anxiety are real, that it can happen to anyone and not one story is the same has helped guide us in the direction we needed. I am 35 years old and it is the perfect time in my life to be part of 4th Trimester Bodies. My own journey to self love is constantly continuing every day. I want my children to be proud of me and I want them to sense that I am proud of me too. I won't stop being transparent with them, others and myself." Repost from4th Trimester Bodiess

Our stock of On the Go Wetbags are selling quick at 25% off! Here's what's left in stock right now. Coupon code is at the top of every page. #smartbottoms #smartone #onlineboutique #sale #clothdiaper #clothdiapersale #clothdiapersales #blackfriday #iknowitsearly

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Now that's how you help out a new mom! 💜💕💜💕💜
#postpartumgoals right? Moms don't need another baby blanket or onesie or someone to come over and be entertained. They need to be in bed, with baby, and nourishing food. Not worrying about the laundry, making dinner, work, entertaining guests, etc. Many people call the trip they take during pregnancy their "baby moon." Actually, the baby moon refers to the early postpartum time of lying in. How can you plan for your postpartum baby moon? Taking time in bed to recover after giving birth (no matter what type of birth you had and no matter how easy or difficult it was) can have a profound positive effect on long-term healing and recovery. #netflixandababy #motherthemother #babymoon #showthisphototoyourpartnersotheyknowwhatyouwant Thank you to Eden Grinshpan for giving us permission to share this amazing photo!! Join our FB group for all things prenatal/postpartum One Strong Mama

We're so sad that Starbright closed up shop. 😢 We just love her wrap scrap giraffes. #starbrightbaby #wrapscrap #wrapscrapcreations #teethinggiraffe #shopsmall

It's #Firefly's 15th anniversary & pre-quincentenary! Win a Shiny prize fit for Captain Tight Pants: bit.ly/2wsVBtD

This wrap is so gorgeous! Pinks and grays with silver threads running through, you've got to see†instagram.com/p/BV2i0gjArPy/

Another box of goodies from wenweave! We have FOUR wenweave wraps to play with next Wednesday!†instagram.com/p/BVsUjXVg8c7/

We still refill Charlie's powder detergent! Bring your empty container in! Reduce waste, get†instagram.com/p/BUzXtRUBx9j/

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