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Stroller Guide: Highly Compact and Highly Fashionable: BabyZen YOYO+

Nothing makes us more giddy here at Daily Mom than finding new, amazing products and brands that make living in our fast paced world with kids more convenient, fun, and stylish. So naturally, when we stumbled upon the Parisian brand Babyzen, and their super unique stroller, the YoYo+, we had to snatch up all the accessories and put together one photo heavy post for you to check out. The YoYo+ is the epitome of travel-friendly and compact strollers, with versatility and luxurious, modern design all rolled into one. Here’s why we fell in love…

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Swimsuits for Surf & Sand: Platypus Australia 2016

The sun has started to peek out and warm up the air. The days are longer. Last day of school photos are plastered on your Facebook feed. Dare we say it; it’s beginning to look a lot like summer! If you’re in the market for some new summertime swim suits that are the perfect marriage between UV protection for some fun in the sun time, and cute and practical for romping in the surf, look no further than the 2016 line from Platypus Australia. 

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How To Move Cross Country With Kids

While moving across the country as a family unit may not be at the top of anyone’s “most fun things” list, sometimes it is mandatory, due to job relocation, changing family obligations, or military reassignment. We don’t guarantee that your move will be completely seamless, but with the following tips and tricks, it can at least take some of the burden off your plate.

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Winter Wonderland Kids’ Outerwear 2015

As temperatures begin to plummet and images of the first sprinklings of snowfall start sneaking into your social media newsfeed, there’s sure to be one undeniable, underlying thought crossing your mind: winter is here. Don’t let the cold weather catch you by surprise this year. We are here to help you prepare to take the storms by storm with our favorite roundup of some of the very best, most unique and downright coolest kids’ outerwear this season! From jackets to boots and even the sweetest little hat and mittens set – we’ve got something for everyone on our 2015 Winter Wonderland Kids’ Outerwear Guide!

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Daily Mom Spotlight: Healthy Snacks by goodnessknows

SPOTLIGHT ON HEALTHY SNACK OPTIONS FOR KIDS AND ADULTS: Sometimes, as parents, wandering up and down the cereal and snack bar aisle at the grocery store can leave you feeling underwhelmed and discouraged. Many of them claim to be “healthy” and “natural,” however, one quick peek at the ingredient list oftentimes tells a different story all-together. That’s why we simply love the new line of snack squares from goodnessknows. Read on to learn why it’s one of our favorite picks for snacks for adults and kids!

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6 Ways to Help Your Child Lead a Literary Life

Between Frozen backpacks, Ninja Turtle t-shirts and Cars action figures (and toothbrushes, lunch boxes, snack packs — you name it!), kids today are inundated with pop culture products. Not only are these products often gimmicky and overpriced, they also encourage kids to watch more TV, see more movies and play more video games.

Kids already spend far too much time in front of screens — the American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that kids spend a total of seven hours a day on entertainment media, which includes televisions, computers, phones and other electronic devices. In fact, television and other electronic media should be avoided for infants and children under age 2 and limited to no more than 2 hours a day as kids and teens, according to the AAP.

We all know that kids should spend less time watching TV and more time reading books. One way to encourage kids to read more is to make reading as fun as watching TV! There are lots of activities, crafts and games that you can do with your child to get them excited about their favorite books. Here are six ways you can help your child lead a literary life.

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Creating The Ultimate Room For Your Toddler

Creating the Ultimate Room for your Toddler

Are you in the midst of starting the emotional, and physical, transition of your young child out of the “nursery” and into a “big kid bedroom”? While we cannot stop the inevitable heartache of watching your baby take another step toward becoming a kid, we can help you decide what items should be on your radar to include in their bedroom, as well as some tips and tricks on how to ease the transition and make it as smooth as possible.

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Chocolate Almond Bites

‘Tis the season…for chocolate! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, here’s Daily Mom’s spin on on a healthy, protein-packed treat that is delicious and easy for little hands to make. The oats, flax, and almonds are nutritional powerhouses while cocoa powder lends that rich, chocolate flavor we love this time of year.

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Spinach Fritter-Cakes

‘Tis the season for latkes and Swedish pancakes, among other goodies. Here’s our take on a pancake/fritter hybrid that delivers a good dose of protein and veggies during this season of indulgence. High in protein – and flavor! – this recipe is an easy one and the results are easy to freeze and reheat for future enjoyment.

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Youthful Luxury from Party to Beach

We can all admit that one of the fun parts of having a little girl is going crazy with her wardrobe. Finding special, beautiful, unique things for her to wear is an ongoing source of fun and joy. We all love to see our little girls looking beautiful! Biscotti and Kate Mack offer dresses, outfits and bathing suits that will make your jaw drop. Bring out your girly girl side as you discover some of our favorite luxurious looks from Biscotti and Kate Mack!

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Packing Healthy Lunches for Your Kids

Whether your child is staying with your mother-in-law, at a daycare, or is in school, you want him to have the healthiest lunch possible. Often, the food that is available at schools, daycare, and summer camps are not nutritionally valuable and are nothing compared to the foods you serve at home. So why not pack lunches? Here are some helpful tips for packing lunches that are not only healthy, but good for the environment as well.

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