Monthly Archives: September 2012

5 Causes of Separation Anxiety in Early Elementary School Children

Separation anxiety is a common occurrence in young children just beginning school, especially those that have never attended daycare or been regularly left in the care of a childcare provider outside of the family. Though it can be painful for … Continue reading

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The Importance of Labor Support – Do I need a Doula?

Modernization has brought a double-edged sword to the well-being of humanity. On the one hand, modernization elevates us to new intellectual and technological heights that go beyond our wildest imagination. On the other hand, obsession with advancement has begun to … Continue reading

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10 Best iPhone Apps for Stay-at-Home Moms

Anyone who says that stay-at-home moms don’t work has never stayed at home with a child or managed a busy household. Simply keeping up with everyone’s appointments, day-to-day maintenance, household shopping, and running errands can be a major undertaking. Thankfully, … Continue reading

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Is There a Difference Between an Au Pair and a Live In Housekeeper?

When looking for help with the children and the housework, it can be confusing to understand all the different terms. An au pair, for instance, is commonly thought of as a part time employee, normally a teenager from a different … Continue reading

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Sleep 911 with The Baby Sleep Whisperer – 9/13/12

Sleep is so incredibly important for our children’s emotional and physical development. Ingrid Prueher, The Baby Sleep Whisperer and the Woombie’s Resident Child Sleep Expert, knows the importance of sleep because of her personal experience of being a mom of … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Make Laundry Your Favorite Chore

For most mothers, doing the family’s laundry is not on the top of your favorites list because it’s time consuming and just plain boring. Your children’s clothes may be small but the quantity almost doubles your adult sized laundry loads, … Continue reading

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How to Make LEGO Themed Costumes

These days it seems you can’t throw a stake without hitting a teen Vampire or, at least, a film about one. They’re everywhere and have certainly proved to be the fictional character that refuses to die. Come Halloween the streets … Continue reading

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Sleep 911 with The Baby Sleep Whisperer – session 1

Sleep is so incredibly important for our children’s emotional and physical development. Ingrid Prueher, The Baby Sleep Whisperer and the Woombie’s Resident Child Sleep Expert, knows the importance of sleep because of her personal experience of being a mom of … Continue reading

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Benefits of Hiring a Nanny

A lot of parents feel overwhelmed when they bring home their first child. They have read many books and even talked to experts like their doctors, but really have no practical experience when it comes to child rearing. That is … Continue reading

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How to Create A Look Book to Avoid Child Wardrobe Wars

A ‘Look Book’ is a 3-ring binder that contains pictures of outfits. Not just any outfits though, pre-approved school outfits for your kids. And these outfits aren’t ones that you need to buy or that you aspire to buy, but … Continue reading

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