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  • 5+ Kinds Of Toys You Shouldn’t Give Toddlers (Part 1)

    5+ Kinds Of Toys You Shouldn’t Give Toddlers (Part 1)

      Being a little kid is a fun time for toys, games, and more toys. And as a parent, we revel in our children’s happiness whenever they have something new to play with. Although our kids actually benefit from having fewer toys (develops familiarity and value for things), by all means, go ahead and buy whatever toy you think your child could enjoy and learn from. However, if you’re getting a toy for your (or someone else’s) baby or toddler […]

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  • 5 Adjectives To Describe Your Active Toddler

    5 Adjectives To Describe Your Active Toddler

    At past one year, you’ll notice that your baby has completely changed. From angelic and peaceful, you might have a harder time searching for the perfect words to describe your now hyperactive toddler. Thanks to Caitlin Beauchaine of TheHonestMommy.com, we’ve found a short list of adjectives that you’ll love. They’re very spot on, even mothers-to-be will be able to get a tiny, anxious glimpse of what they’re in for! 1. Impulsive I have to admit, this is a really good one. I […]

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  • 3 Child Fever Symptoms Moms Should Not Overlook

    3 Child Fever Symptoms Moms Should Not Overlook

    When it comes to our children’s health, it’s easy for us to panic and sometimes overreact. After all, it’s first priority. While we’ve pretty much learned a lot about first aid, we can’t help but feel like guessing sometimes when it comes to fevers. Typical scenario: Your baby or child turns pinkish and starts looking flushed, cries or walks up to you and basically looks for comfort in her mommy’s arms. You feel that she’s warm to the touch and […]

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  • 4 Reasons To Let Your Child Explore The Rough World

    4 Reasons To Let Your Child Explore The Rough World

    As a mother, you’re most likely a little hesitant to let your child explore the unfamiliar world. It’s always hard for us to let go, perhaps because we’ve grown so accustomed to being protective. But when your child reaches the ages 1-3, it gets pretty hard to control them, especially when they start developing their instinct to get to know the world around them. No matter how difficult it is, we really do need to loosen our grips on them […]

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  • 4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 2)

    4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 2)

    Your child climbs out of his crib again, and it hits you– it’s time to graduating from the crib and move to his own bed and/or bedroom. While this will obviously be an exciting time for you. there are important steps that you’ll have to take in order to make the transition both safe and easy for your child. (Read the first part of this article HERE.) Make it easy Even though your child might be very curious about his new environment, an abrupt transition to […]

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  • 4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 1)

    4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 1)

    Your child climbs out of his crib again, and it hits you– it’s time to graduating from the crib and move to his own bed and/or bedroom. While this will obviously be an exciting time for you. there are important steps that you’ll have to take in order to make the transition both safe and easy for your child. Make It Safe Now that your child is completely mobile, you’ll need to make sure that his new bedroom is as safe as his […]

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  • 15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 2)

    15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 2)

    As a mother, you probably already know the hoolabaloo between breastfeeding and bottlefeeding. And while more and more people are getting educated on the benefits of nursing their babies–and how it’s actually not old school or unnecessary–you’re still bound to encounter people who will question your choice to breastfeed your baby. And when you do, you’re gonna want to be prepared! Below are just some of the many–honestly irritating–lines that you’ll probably hear throughout your breastfeeding journey. Of course, these answers are mine, […]

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  • 15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 1)

    15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 1)

    As a mother, you probably already know the hoolabaloo between breastfeeding and bottlefeeding. And while more and more people are getting educated on the benefits of nursing their babies–and how it’s actually not old school or unnecessary–you’re still bound to encounter people who will question your choice to breastfeed your baby. And when you do, you’re gonna want to be prepared! Below are just some of the many–honestly irritating–lines that you’ll probably hear throughout your breastfeeding journey. Of course, these answers are […]

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  • 34 Incredibly Honest Thoughts Of Sleep-Deprived Mothers

    34 Incredibly Honest Thoughts Of Sleep-Deprived Mothers

    Life sure changes once you have a baby, and perhaps the biggest change is having to function for months (to years!) without enough sleep. And with all those days of sleep-deprivation, every parent in the world is bound to have a couple of thoughts–some of which, we all end up regretting later on. Nonetheless, they can’t be more true and real in more than a handful of moments in our new, chaotic lives. Thanks to comedienne Amy Poehler, who’s a mom herself, she […]

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