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Should I Buy My Baby’s Products In The Store or Online?

More and more people are buying online these days.  Let’s face it, it is so easy!  You think of something you want or need, and you are seconds away from getting it, virtually anytime and anywhere.  Not only is it very convenient, but you also have much more variety to choose from.  With Amazon.com for […]
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How do you clean your baby’s pacifier when you are at home or on the go?

Keeping your baby’s pacifiers, teethers, nipples, bottles, etc… clean is key to keeping your baby healthy and well.  Each parent has a different opinion as to what constitutes “clean”.  This opinion will largely drive your preferred method. That being said, here is a quick list of some of the more popular methods used to clean […]
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5 Easy Steps to Make & Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

Each year, families create their own New Year’s resolutions to try and live healthier lifestyles, spend more time together, improve their finances, and more. Unfortunately, it’s much easier to craft a New Year’s resolution that it is to stick to them. This is especially true when you make them as a family and everyone has […]
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Calming a Fussy Baby

Every parent has experienced that moment when the baby cries and cries and cries, and there seems to be nothing you can do to stop the tears. You’ve tried feeding. You’ve changed the diaper. You’ve sung songs. It seems hopeless, but it’s not. Every baby has their own unique personality, so you’ll have to try […]
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Car Seat Safety Tips for Parents Traveling With Small Children

When it comes to traveling by car with little ones, parents want to be prepared to make the trip as safe as possible. It’s not always easy to know what to do to protect your children, which is why you can find different resources online to help guide parents on how to keep kids safe […]
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5 Secrets to Feeding Picky Children

As a parent of three school-age children and a personal chef, I am always striving to put good healthy mealtime options that everyone will enjoy in front of my family or those of my clients. However, it seems that the mealtime whims of ‘the picky eater’ are common to almost every household, often dominating mealtimes […]
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End of Daylight Saving Time: Tips for a Successful “Fall Back” Transition

Yes, it’s that dreaded time again… The end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) is just around the corner. On November 3, 2013, we will move the clocks back by one hour. If your children easily adjusts to the time change, you may be lucky and get an extra hour of sleep. Most of you, however, should expect […]
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5 Baby Sleep Safety Tips: September is Safety Month

September is Baby Safety Month so it is a good time for parents to focus on making sure they are doing all they can to keep their babies safe and protected. Knowing that baby is safe and sound will give parents peace of mind, so creating a safe sleep environment for baby should be a […]

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