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How to Stay Organized During the Week

Moms may quite possibly be the busiest individuals in this world. Not only do they deal with the normal day-to-day tasks of a full workday, tons of bills and expenses, and other personal activities, but they also have kids to … Continue reading

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How to Help a Crying Baby

Newborn babies can cry a lot and it may seem like nothing can help. As a Certified Happiest Baby Educator, I talk a lot to parents about crying. Everyone has a vision of bringing their sweet little bundle of joy from … Continue reading

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7 Steps to Plan a Disney Vacation Winter Getaway

Summer isn’t the only time for vacations! Unlike many theme parks, Disney is open all year round. There are all sorts of attractions and spectacles to enjoy, even during the cooler days. If you can arrange the time off work … Continue reading

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Baby On Board: 5 Driving Tips for Traveling With Babies

New parents have their hands full, especially when attempting to run errands with infants in tow. While you can’t control the driving practices of other motorists on the road, you can make sure that you’re doing all you can to … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Make New Mom Friends

Being a mom can sometimes feel claustrophobic. This is especially true for stay-at-home moms who don’t get out of the hose often. It can be easy to forget that you’re your own person. Friendships with people your own age are … Continue reading

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6 Fun Ways to Teach Your Children New Vocabulary Words

Our fast-paced and competitive world requires that we prepare our children as best we can. Vocabulary is key to understanding the world and developing strong communication skills. Not only should we teach our children a vast store of words, but … Continue reading

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7 Ideas to Teach Your Kids to Go Potty

Learning to use the potty is an important part of growing up. It’s exciting when your little one starts to control his body and do things for himself. The best part is that the diaper changing days are coming to … Continue reading

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Ways for Parents To Help Kids Learn To Feed Themselves

Feeding your child is a wonderful experience, but it becomes tedious after a while. Eventually you’ll long to have to have your own meal time back. You can tell when your child is ready to feed herself when she’s, well, … Continue reading

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How to Keep a Fussy Baby Feeling Calm

Babies cry. A lot. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out why. This is especially true for new parents who are still getting the hang of things. However, babies are often pretty simple during their first years. Here’s how to keep … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Handle Being Pregnant in the Summer

When we were little, being pregnant was the best time of the year. It’s still a lot of fun… unless you’re pregnant. The heat can be uncomfortable when you’re carrying some extra weight around. As unbearable as the summer may … Continue reading

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