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Caring for Yourself is Caring for Your Baby

From the moment you bring your child home from the hospital, he or she is dependent on you for most of existence. You are the source of sustenance, education, physical well-being, and life in general. While caring for your baby … Continue reading

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Baby Must Haves for Spring Travel

Make your spring break travel easier this year by packing along some fun accessories that the whole family can enjoy. Traveling with children can be difficult, especially when  you’re dealing with motion sickness, crankiness, and boredom. You can prepare yourself … Continue reading

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Is the Air Quality of Your Home Good for Baby?

Environmental conditions for a newborn baby can be quite acute. Everything from the cleanliness of the home to the quality of air can greatly impact a child that has never experienced the world before. The air that you breathe can … Continue reading

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5 Things Most Parents Don’t Know About Their Kid’s Mouth

It smiles at you, it kisses you, chews and whistles, bites and whines but did you know your kids mouth is also home to the #1 most misunderstood and fastest growing cause of disease in kids? Here are a few … Continue reading

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5 Toddler Sleep Problems With Easy Solutions

As a Child Sleep Consultant certified by the Family Sleep Institute, I’ve helped tired families with infants, babies, and toddlers become well rested families through customized sleep solutions and support. There are many common sleep habits that toddlers can develop; habits … Continue reading

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How to Tell If Your Little One Is Ready To Transition to a Bed

At a certain age, toddlers begin to escape their crib. At this point, safety should be your number one priority. It should be a goal of yours to make your child’s sleep environment as safe as possible. If your child … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Moms Who Breast Pump at Work

Many women think that breastfeeding ends once they return to work, but this isn’t the case. Pumping is a great way to keep your milk supply flowing by expressing milk during the day, and it ensures that your baby always … Continue reading

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How to Deal With Crying While Sleep Training Your Baby

Over the years, I have examined several of the common sleep training methods that are used for babies and toddlers. It’s important to choose a method that you feel comfortable with and can see yourself maintaining, not only at 7:00pm, … Continue reading

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5 Creative Family Games for Indoor Winter Fun

Lately it’s been cold in most parts of the country. Brr! Families are stuck indoors where it’s safe and warm during these bitter temperature lows. It can be frustrating for kids who are used to running and playing outside. This … Continue reading

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5 Tips to make Accessorizing Your Little Ones Safe, Easy and Fun!

I was in a store today wandering around the baby clothing and I saw a couple, expecting their first child, marveling at the clothes. “We have got to get this one,” they’d agree, “he will look so handsome in this!” … Continue reading

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