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Parenting Expert: Melissa Moog

ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
January 30, 2017
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 Melissa Moog is one of America’s original baby planners and founder of Itsabelly, a green baby concierge service.  Soon after, Melissa founded the National Association of Baby Planners to support professional consultants by setting standards, facilitating resources, and providing a forum for networking to help other mom-preneurs get started with their own baby planning businesses.  Melissa also recently co-authored Itsabelly’s Guide to Going Green with Baby and her business Itsabelly has the distinction of being the first baby planning concierge to secure Co-Op America’s green seal of approval. 

In her free time, Melissa lives out her mommyhood doing what she loves: cooking and traveling with her husband, daughter, and their two yellow labs.  And when she’s lucky, she even enjoys quality time at the gym.

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