10 Tricks to Soothe a Colicky Baby

By , On April 21, 2015, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Parents who survived through a colicky baby say they would never wish it on their worst enemy. The crying isn’t just annoying; after a time it makes you start to question your worth as a parent. Keep in mind that colic eventually passes and it’s certainly not your fault. Here are some ways you can.

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Baby Shower Must Haves for Moms Expecting Twins

By , On April 19, 2015, In Baby Showers, With 0 Comments

Expecting a new baby is exciting and scary all at the same time. Expecting a 2 for 1 special is exciting and sometimes downright terrifying. Twins are a ton of fun and load of work. When an expecting mommy of twins invites you to her baby shower, she’s crossing your fingers that you remember to.

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Top Resources for Breastfeeding Moms

By , On April 12, 2015, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Breastfeeding can 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 a good 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 great.

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8 Foods for Breastfeeding Moms

By , On April 10, 2015, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Whether you’re new to the breastfeeding world or not, it can be challenging. Sometimes our breasts seem to have a mind of their own when it comes to lactation, but there are certain foods you can introduce to your diet that can increase your milk supply. These foods are “galactagogues,” which mean they aid breast.

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How to Get the Best Baby Picture

By , On April 9, 2015, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Babies are full of energy we adults can only wish we still had. Getting a baby to sit down in general can be challenging. Getting a baby to sit still for a photo without looking like a deer caught in headlights can be an even bigger challenge. The most important tip for taking baby photos.

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10 Cool Spring Outing Products for Mom & Baby

By , On April 3, 2015, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

After a long winter, spring is the perfect time to get outside with you baby. If this is your child’s first time outdoors, you’ll need some special items to keep everyone comfortable – and it doesn’t hurt if mom can stay stylish too! Here are some of my favorite accessories for mom and baby’s day.

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8 Foods for Breastfeeding Moms

By , On April 1, 2015, In Breastfeeding, With 0 Comments

Whether you’re new to the breastfeeding world or not, it can be challenging. Sometimes our breasts seem to have a mind of their own when it comes to lactation, but there are certain foods you can introduce to your diet that can increase your milk supply. These foods are “galactagogues,” which mean they aid breast.

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How to Help Your Twins Establish Their Own Identity

By , On March 28, 2015, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

As a mother of twins, I know that it’s hard to picture your adorable two-for-one special apart from each other when they’re babies. Twins are born as partners in crime; but as they get older you’ll find more and more that they just want to be their own person. The challenge in raising twins becomes.

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How Music Affects Baby’s Development

By , On March 27, 2015, In Parenting Tips, With 0 Comments

Most of us have heard of the Mozart effect by now. The research behind it suggests that listening to Mozart and other classical tunes can improve mental tasks like spatial temporal reasoning. In turn, Moms everywhere began exposing their babies to classical tunes in hopes of making them “smarter.” Contrary to popular belief, there is.

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6 Tips for Teaching Kids to Count

By , On March 26, 2015, In School, With 0 Comments

Teaching a young child to count is one of the many basic skills you’ll impart before your child starts school. It shouldn’t be arduous, however; try and make it fun. Here are some great ways you can encourage your kids to count. 1. Use Toys If you use your child’s favorite toys in the process.

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