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  • 5 Ways Dads Can Also Help Moms Breastfeed In Public

    5 Ways Dads Can Also Help Moms Breastfeed In Public

    Breastfeeding, contrary to popular belief, is not a one-parent job. I know I speak for every mother when I say that I wish even dads can share the responsibility of nursing a child. But believe it or not, you can (and should) have your husband get involved. Here’s how your partner can help out, especially when you’re breastfeeding in public. Go ahead and hand him your phone or tablet! 1. Affirm her. What many don’t know is that breastfeeding also involves being in a good, […]

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  • 11 Tips To Putting Your Baby To Sleep At Last (Part 2)

    11 Tips To Putting Your Baby To Sleep At Last (Part 2)

    Some parents have such an easy time putting their incredibly behaved and angelic babies to sleep. For the rest of us, it’s a never ending battle. The moment you even think that you have it right down pat, you’ll face an obstacle that will basically put you back to square one in learning what works best on your tireless child. Go ahead and try these tested techniques to putting your baby to sleep and see what works for you. At least you no […]

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  • 11 Tips To Putting Your Baby To Sleep At Last (Part 1)

    11 Tips To Putting Your Baby To Sleep At Last (Part 1)

    Some parents have such an easy time putting their incredibly behaved and angelic babies to sleep. For the rest of us, it’s a never ending battle. The moment you even think that you have it right down pat, you’ll face an obstacle that will basically put you back to square one in learning what works best on your tireless child. Go ahead and try these tested techniques to putting your baby to sleep and see what works for you. At least you no […]

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  • 7 Newborn Sleep Safety Precautions To Reduce The Risk Of SIDS

    7 Newborn Sleep Safety Precautions To Reduce The Risk Of SIDS

    In the United States alone, there’s been a scary rise in numbers of young babies who’s lives were put in danger by circumstances that we could have otherwise prevented. And in most of these cases, they were both sudden and related to airway obstruction. We can always hope that it won’t happen to us, but the best way to reduce the risk of SIDS is to be informed about sleep safety. First, we need to be educated about what could lead to […]

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  • 4 Things You Should Avoid Doing With Your Newborn

    4 Things You Should Avoid Doing With Your Newborn

    Newborns are precious and incredibly fragile. There are a lot of obvious things that you shouldn’t do to a newborn baby, but there are still a couple that new and expectant parents have to be informed about in order to keep their tiny bundle of joy safe and sound. Here are the 4 things you should not to with your newborn: 1. Let him sleep on his tummy One of the most serious things that you should be warned about is […]

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  • 4 Kinds Of Tantrums And How To Deal With Them

    4 Kinds Of Tantrums And How To Deal With Them

    Tantrums are notorious for making your child’s toddler years both difficult and unforgettable. No parent will ever be lucky enough to raise a child without having to deal with lots of them as throwing tantrums is the only way that children under 3 know how to react to strong emotions and learn how to communicate with the world better. We all really have to be prepared (and with solutions!) in order to get through them as quickly and easily as possible. Therefore, […]

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  • 5 Things Your Toddler Wants To Tell You When They Throw A Tantrum

    5 Things Your Toddler Wants To Tell You When They Throw A Tantrum

    Your child screaming his head off again? The “terrible twos” have certainly come and your patience is already thinning out. The toddler years wouldn’t be the same without tantrums that definitely put every parent and toddler to the test. Thankfully, there are a lot of tried-and-tested tips that will help improve communication and assist your toddler during this time. Toddlers want to tells us a hell of a lot in the middle of tantrums, but here are just 5 of the most […]

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  • 4 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Your Child Throws A Tantrum (Part 2)

    4 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Your Child Throws A Tantrum (Part 2)

    (Go back to the first part of this article HERE.) Learning how to “best” manage your child’s temper tantrums can make you search for all sorts of strategies. However, I’ll bet that none of those would work as well as you wish it would. The truth is, there is no “secret” or “magic solution” to handling your child or toddler, especially when they’re throwing a major tantrum. The only person who can tell you what to do is you. From experience and trial-and-error, you’ll […]

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  • 4 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Your Child Throws A Tantrum (Part 1)

    4 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Your Child Throws A Tantrum (Part 1)

    Learning how to “best” manage your child’s temper tantrums can make you search for all sorts of strategies–Googling about it, asking other parents and seeking your own parents’ (and grandparents’) advice. However, I’ll bet that none of those would work as well as you wish it would. The truth is, there is no “secret” or “magic solution” to handling your child or toddler, especially when they’re throwing a major tantrum. The only person who can tell you what to do is you. That’s […]

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