Month: August 2013

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How to Improve Your Baby’s Sleep Routine

Whether it is meditating, reading a book before bed, or listening to calm music, you probably have a bedtime ritual that helps you drift off to dreamland. Babies and toddlers are no different. Parents should create a consistent bedtime routine to be used before both naps and nights that will help their little ones wind […]
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18 Blogs Featuring Ways You Can Save on School Lunches

Did you know that if your child eats a hot lunch served at school every day that you could be spending almost $500 per year on school lunches, depending on where you live in the country?  That’s a lot of money, and  it’s money you could be saving simply by sending your child to school […]
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5 Secrets to Master the Back to School Sleep Routine for Kids

It’s that time of year again, when children everywhere will be heading back to class to learn their A,B,Cs and 1,2,3s. If you have a preschooler or school aged child, this can be an exciting month, but also can be a time of big adjustment for their bodies. If you don’t want to be dragging them out of bed and dealing […]
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What to Do About the Back-to-School Blues

5 Ways You and Your Kids Can Get Back in the Groove August can be a rough month for parents and kids alike. Especially as they get older, school can become less exciting and more dreaded—and the first few weeks of school can be a nightmare when kids have to totally overhaul their routine—but there […]
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10 Breastfeeding Must Haves to Make Nursing Easier and More Comfortable for Moms

World Breastfeeding Week is fast approaching and the annual celebration held from the 1st to 7th of August encourages mothers to exclusively breastfeed for the first six months of life, which yields tremendous health benefits and provides infants with critical nutrients and protection from diseases to foster growth and development. This public health awareness event […]
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Foods That Princess Kate Should Take/Avoid While Breastfeeding

With so many things on parents’ minds upon the arrival of a new baby (especially first time parents), what a breastfeeding mother should or should not eat often gets overlooked. There’s no need to go on a special diet while you’re breastfeeding; just make healthy choices and choose foods that are rich in iron, protein […]

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