DIY Calm Down Jar for Toddlers

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Discipline can be one of the hardest parts of parenthood. So, finding a tool that helps parents communicate with their child in times of...

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Being a new parent is overwhelming. Throw in sleep deprivation and it can even make you a little crazy! Between book “experts,” doctors, pediatricians,...

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As a parent, you want your kids to feel comfortable coming to you for support and advice. As they become pre-teens or “tweens,” this...

5 Effective Beginning Reading Strategies for Toddlers

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Everyone knows how important reading is, and the younger you start with your little ones, the better. Preparing for your child to build a...

The Most Important Things You Should Be Doing With Your Kids...

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As the saying goes, "your children will grow up in the blink of an eye." One day there is a sweet baby sleeping in...

Tips & Tricks For Dealing With Infant Acid Reflux

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Is your child constantly irritable and continuously spitting up? Do they shriek from pain when they are laying flat on their backs? Acid reflux...

10 Things To Celebrate: The First Year

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Take a deep breath, mama, and pat yourself on the back. You've officially made it through your first year of motherhood! That's 365 days,...

Baby Sign Language: First 8 Signs to Teach Your Baby

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Why teach your baby sign language?  Babies can understand verbal communication before they develop the skills required to verbally communicate themselves.  Teaching your baby...

House Hunting With Kids

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You've snagged the best realtor in the area. You've made a list of everything you're looking for in your dream home. You've scoured every...

Baby Food Ingredients Explained

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From baby's first food to finger foods the ingredient list has the potential to be very confusing. Don't let these labels intimidate you! Decode...

Picky Eaters: 3 Ways To Sneak In Veggies

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As a parent, it can be so frustrating to have a picky eater on your hands. No matter what persuasive techniques you use, you...

5 Benefits of Winter Swimming Lessons

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Swimming is a life skill that should be taught to all children. Many parents put their children’s swimming lessons on hold when summer ends....

The Importance of Pretend Play

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In this day of technology where young children are continually spending more and more hours each week in front of the TV, smart phone,...

How to encourage an attitude of gratitude

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Thanksgiving will be celebrated and gone, but how do you encourage an “attitude of gratitude” all year long in your child? Saying “thank you”...

Babies In Helmets: What’s It All About?

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Have you ever seen a baby wearing a funny looking helmet and wondered what it was for? Or maybe you’ve noticed a substantial flat...

Researching Baby Products

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When it comes to products for your baby -- lotion that will go on her skin, toys she'll love to chew, or car seats...

Why your child needs music education

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It’s not just about a recital, an adorable, proud bow to the audience, or roses thrown at his or her feet during an encore....

DIY Mom Survival Kit

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Nothing is worse than when you are running errands with your kids and disaster strikes. The baby has a diaper blowout and you don't...

One & Done: Busting Myths about Only Children

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Some couples immediately know they want, say, three kids, while other couples know they are done after having just one. Having an only child...

How to Survive a Family Photo Shoot Stress Free

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It's important to get family photos taken. You want to have your family documented and celebrated and to leave your children with beautiful images...

Teaching Your Child about Stranger Danger

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  As a parent, the number one thing  you want to do is protect your child. The world can be an uncertain place and you...

New Age Parenting Books to Inspire You

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There are so many parenting books out there that it's hard to know which ones are worth spending your valuable time to read. We've...

Baby’s 1st Year: Creative Monthly Baby Photo Ideas

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There’s a fun trend nowadays of taking a celebratory photo of your baby each month throughout their first year of life. It's a fantastic...

Fall Tradition Bucket List

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As we creep further into the fall season, many of us who are newer families are yearning to start fun traditions with our children...

Toddler Safety Guide & Giveaway!

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The notion of keeping your toddler safe around your home can be a daunting task when sometimes, their main goal in life is to...

How to Prepare Your Child for a Sibling

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Preparing for the arrival of a new baby can be overwhelming and even more so when it isn't your first child. Instead of just...

Baby Monitor Guide and Giveaway: Levana- Innovative Monitors For Modern Moms

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Baby video monitors are a vital element to getting a good night's sleep when you become a parent. Leaving your little one in his...

Beating Back Mommy Guilt

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Oh, Mommy Guilt. No one told you that it came with the baby! Whether working out of the home or staying at home, “mommy...

Skip Purees with Baby Led Weaning

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Is your baby ready for solid food? If so, did you know that you don’t have to spoon feed your baby jarred food or...

Special Gifts To and From Baby

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As you prepare for your second child's upcoming arrival, a very popular trend is popping up - sibling gifts! We're here to share with you...

Channeling the Competitive Kid

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They have the “eye of the tiger,” as the song lyrics say. Your child was born a competitor who strives to be the best...

Bye-Bye, Binky! 5 Ways to Master the Pacifier Wean

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Pacifier. Binky. Soothie. Plug. Mute Button. Whatever you call it, this little plastic contraption has become a staple in your little one's life, comforting...

Rainy Day Activity: Playroom Floor Hopscotch

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  Are you trapped indoors because of rainy weather, or are your kids simply bored with their vast selection of playroom toys? Luckily, an easy...

Mommy’s First Aid Kit Essentials

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As a Mom, you want to provide the best care for your child, especially when faced with boo-boo's and scrapes. A properly stocked first...

The Importance of Teaching Children about Diversity

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You are at the park and your four-year-old daughter sees a parent and child with a skin color different than her own. She looks...

Homework Motivation

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Ah, homework. It’s the bridge between home and school. Homework is a tool teachers use to reinforce what students learned during the day and...

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15 New Shoes for Back to School & Work the Family...

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Shoes for back to school are always a necessity. Whether you are in search of the perfect pair of athletic shoes, soft soles for...