Month: October 2013

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Five Family Halloween Group Costume Ideas

Flinstone’s Superheroes Safari Smurfs Crayola Crayons Written by  Michelle Levine, Founder of Baby Bump Bundle. Michelle Levine creates BabyBundle gift boxes featuring handpicked products specifically selected for each stage of pregnancy to pamper expecting mom-to-be’s. For the bundle of joy’s arrival, we also offer the BabyBundle gift box, with all items focused on newborns, while our […]
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Delicious Gluten and Dairy Free Granola Bar Mummies

Like many people, fall is my favorite season! I love making cute recipes that are festive. So, when my son’s school started planning their annual fall festival and were desperately seeking bakers I agreed to help. There are so many cute things to do for a Halloween baked good but to be honest; I was […]
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20 Creeptastic Halloween Treats and Crafts

It’s time for a round up! We scoured the web and bring you our favorite Halloween tutorials! You will find 10 of the best treats and 10 more of the best crafts and decor below. Give them a visit, pin their post, and get inspired! 10 Delightful Delectables Bloody Brain Balls by Hungry Happenings Angela: Ewwww I would not eat them […]
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5 Hidden Hazards in Your Baby’s Nursery

When buying new products for baby’s nursery, parents need to be aware of what hazardous chemicals and toxins are often hidden in those products. I had to go above and beyond to make sure other parents know what to avoid – and why – when buying baby products. I was shocked after I read a […]
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The Perfect Halloween Night Supper

Halloween – a night for frights. Kids love it; parents mostly seem to love to hate it, but I guarantee if you throw yourself into the festivities with a Halloween-inspired open house, the whole evening will be a lot more fun for grown-ups too. Just don’t let dinner be ghoulishly absent from your evening. Going […]
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7 Ways to Lower Her Risk of Breast Cancer

According to The American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women and about 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. With earlier detection through screening and increased awareness, women can educate themselves and work to lower the rates of death […]
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5 Tips for SIDS Prevention

October is SIDS Awareness Month and parents are encouraged to learn more about the risk factors involved in SIDS and what steps they can take to prevent it. SIDS is defined as the death of an infant, less than 1 year of age that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly and cannot be explained after a thorough […]
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Halloween Treats for Babies and Toddlers

Halloween doesn’t just have to be a fun time for older kids, babies and toddlers can enjoy it too! While they can’t eat the same sweets and treats as older siblings, you can still provide them with healthy and safe alternatives so they don’t feel left out of the fun. Keep them entertained with fun […]

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