Where to Find Help Online for Pregnant Mothers

By , On October 21, 2014, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Moms, embrace the Internet! Nowadays, there are so many resources online for individuals in need of help; and resources for pregnant moms are no different! Pregnant mothers have so much to worry about, and the ability to find useful information in the click of a button is monumental for them. Whether you just found out.

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How to Know When It’s Time to Wean Baby

By , On October 16, 2014, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Interestingly, the word “wean” means “passage,” as in a passage from one relationship to another. It doesn’t mean the loss of something. Weaning doesn’t mean you’re taking something away from your baby, or forcing her to go through something traumatic. It just means your arrangement is going to change. Weaning should be a gradual, baby-led.

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SIDS Prevention and Safe Swaddling

By , On October 14, 2014, In Sleep, With 0 Comments

October is SIDS Awareness Month and parents are encouraged to learn more about the risk factors involved in SIDS and what steps they can take to prevent it. SIDS is defined as the death of an infant, less than 1 year of age that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly and cannot be explained after a thorough.

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4 Tips for Breastfeeding During the Holidays

By , On October 9, 2014, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Can you believe that it’s nearly the end of the year already? In a few weeks we’ll have Halloween and before we know it we’ll be talking about Thanksgiving and Christmas. The holidays present an interesting challenge to nursing moms. With all the hustle and bustle of the three end-of-year activities (not including News Years,.

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Healthy and Safe Baby Gear to Keep Parents Calm

By , On October 7, 2014, In Safety, With 0 Comments

The safety of our children is always important. The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) reminds parents that they should do research before buying their baby gear. Not all products meant for children are made safe. This year, JPMA has chosen to create a theme for the month called “Green is the New Pink and Blue”.

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Breastfeeding 101 – Tips and Tricks from Mom of Twins

By , On October 2, 2014, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Breastfeeding can sometimes be difficult, troublesome and time-consuming. Where it lacks however, it most certainly makes up for in benefits to your child. Breastfeeding not only provides an excellent source of nutrients and antibodies for your baby, but there’s no bond quite like the one you build while nursing your child. Here are some tips.

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4 Essential Diaper Bag Features to Look For Before You Buy

By , On September 28, 2014, In Uncategorized, With 0 Comments

When a new baby comes along in our lives, there are an overwhelming number of new purchases to be made for them. One of which is a trusty diaper bag.  Although it may seem like a simple, straightforward item to pick out and buy, there are essential features you want to make sure your diaper.

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7 Fun Fall Activities for Mom & Baby

By , On September 25, 2014, In Uncategorized, With 0 Comments

If you asked a group of people what their favorite season is, I bet many of them would say fall. The heat is mostly past us, so people are much more comfortable spending time outside. Plus, the leaves and scenery is rapidly changing to a palette of pleasant colors. Take this opportunity to have a.

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Fall Themed Baby Shower Tips

By , On September 23, 2014, In Baby Showers, With 0 Comments

People have babies all during the year, so there isn’t really a season for it. You can attend or throw a baby shower during any season. If your family and friends have lots of babies, you’re probably running out of interesting ideas for party themes. Here are some fall-inspired ideas you might enjoy. 1. Use.

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How to Prepare Baby for Walking

By , On September 16, 2014, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Walking is a big part of growing up. It’s more than just getting around. It means independence and makes room for further learning. Before you know it, your little guy or gal will be running all over the house, getting dressed and demanding trips outside. Kids learn to walk at different rates, so don’t pressure.

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