10 Signs That Baby Has a Good Latch

By , On April 15, 2014, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

The key factor to successful breastfeeding as a new mom is to make sure that baby has a good latch. Many of the issues moms face when they first start to nurse are due to an improper latch. When baby is not latched on properly, it can cause some pain and discomfort for mom. There.

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The Importance of Using Non-Toxic Cleaning Products

By , On April 9, 2014, In Going Green, With 0 Comments

In the past (and we’re talking the 1940’s and 1950’s), most people did all their cleaning using natural products. They used vinegar and baking soda for most of their cleaning needs. Today, however, most homes (at least in this country) use an array of toxic, dangerous chemicals. The average American home contains more than 1,500.

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Mom Invented Products for Baby & Kid Safety

By , On April 3, 2014, In Safety, Safety Products for Kids, With 0 Comments

June is both National Safety Month and National Child Safety Month. As parents, we want to do whatever we can to keep our children safe from harm. When accidents occur, they can be devastating. Moms and dads go above and beyond to take care of their children and prevent harm every day, which is why.

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6 Question Test to Determine the Right Pediatrician

By , On March 28, 2014, In Health, With 0 Comments

Choosing the right pediatrician for your child can be a daunting task. It’s important that you find a doctor who is easy to work with, makes you feel comfortable, and, of course, well qualified for his position. Schedule an interview with the doctor before the first checkup. Use these six questions to evaluate him and.

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5 Stroller Safety Tips

By , On March 27, 2014, In Safety, With 0 Comments

Parents always want the best equipment for their new baby. Hand-me-down items may be cheap and convenient, but products are recalled and safety laws/practices changes regularly. Sometimes it’s best to do your proper research and buy new. Strollers are a must-have, especially for outdoor trips with your baby. In the spring (coming soon!), moms and.

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#miniSPbdaybash Spray Pal Giveaway!

By , On March 20, 2014, In Giveaway, With 0 Comments

The good people of Spray Pal are celebrating the second birthday of their son, who was born premature and had to overcome many different obstacles. He’s doing well, but they celebrate every milestone they cross. In that end, they are hosting an ENORMOUS giveaway of products made by companies run by moms and dad. The.

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The 5 Best Spring Travel Destinations

By , On March 20, 2014, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Spring break is nearly upon us and summer isn’t far behind. Many families are considering a yearly vacation. It can be a tough choice deciding on a year destination for your family. Everyone has different ideas of what a vacation means to them, so you’ll have to compromise. Even if you have little ones with.

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4 Tips to Keep Your Baby From Biting During Nursing

By , On March 20, 2014, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

One of the most common breastfeeding issues that occurs is when a child begins biting. Many babies never bite the nipple at all, but some do. Try to remember that if your baby starts to bite, he isn’t intending to hurt you. He’s responding to his environment in his own way. Many women with biting.

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5 Ways to Adjust Your Child’s Sleep Schedule for DST

By , On March 13, 2014, In Sleep, With 0 Comments

On Sunday March 9th at 2am, Daylight Saving Time begins and the clocks turn ahead one hour. This means that it becomes darker in the morning temporarily and lighter in the evenings. Children who have good sleep hygiene and are generally easy going when it comes to schedules may adjust fairly easily in just a.

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7 Tips for New Moms to Get Fit and Back Into Shape

By , On March 8, 2014, In Health, With 0 Comments

Some women feel the need to get back to their pre-baby weight as quickly as possible. It’s recommended that moms take things slow and work at their own pace. Don’t do anything too stressful to your body. Listen to your body and be sure you’re ready. After giving birth, you will need some time to.

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