How To Get Your Newborn To Sleep Through The Night In The First Week

The first thing people mention, shortly after “congrats,” to you when you tell them you are expecting is “enjoy sleep while you can” or “enjoy your freedom while you still have it.” You know all the “negative” stuff that comes with having a baby.

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New Mom Irritation: Family Overstepping Their Boundaries

Being a new mom is already stressful enough, especially if you are new to motherhood entirely. One thing that grinds my gears that I witness more than I would like is new mothers complaining about boundary stepping from extended family. Family members such as grandmothers, aunts, cousins, etc. Boundaries such as doing things the mother explains to them NOT TO DO.

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Parents Tell The Best Advice They Plan to Pass Down to Their Kids

When I became a mom, I’m not going to lie I thought of all the advice my mom told me that made absolutely no sense when I was younger, until someone else was calling me mommy. Many of these things I plan to pass along to my children but I was interested in seeing what other parents planned to pass along to their child(ren). So here it is real advice from real modern moms.

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Best Teething Toys For Your Baby

So your baby has started teething. They are always biting down or chewing on their hands or anything they can get their hands on. This constant desire to chew is because chewing actually helps to soothe the gums. Babies usually begin teething as early as two months with their first tooth showing around four-six months.

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Second Grade Sight Words

I believe in teaching your kids at a level before them for example, in preschool introduce them to pre-k work, in pre-k introduce them to kindergarten work. Nothing to overwhelming but to make the work familiar to them to A. Keep them on track (or advance) and B. Make it “easier” for the teacher.

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First Grade Sight Words

I believe in teaching your kids at a level before them for example, in preschool introduce them to pre-k work, in pre-k introduce them to kindergarten work and so on. Nothing to overwhelming but to make the work familiar to them to A. Keep them on track (or advance) and B. Make it “easier” for the teacher.

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Nursing Moms Guide to Flying While Breastfeeding

I’m what some may call a frequent flyer. I travel once a month for work by way of airplane. Since having my little one a few months ago I have begun to fly again. Like many moms I had so many questions. One in particular was. “Can I take my pumped milk on a plane?”

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Kindergarten Sight Words

I believe in teaching children at a level before them for example, in preschool introduce them to pre-k work, in pre-k introduce them to kindergarten work. Nothing too overwhelming but to make the work familiar to them to A. Keep them on track (or advance) and B. Make it “easier” for the teacher because education is about teamwork. :)

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Treating Baby Chapped Chin or Drool Rash

Ok Moms, me and my little one wake up and we are proceeding with our normal morning routine. I change him, nurse him, and we head back to sleep for an hour. He wakes up and I proceed to change him out of his sleeper pajamas when I was completely shocked at what I saw under his chin. Large dry peeling patches of skin .

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Saving Money Mama: Pampers Rewards!

I am a BIG fan of reward programs because I mean why not rack up on points and receive free stuff and save money if you can. I usually sign up to places or for items I consistently go to or use. After I had my first son and figured Pampers brand diapers was the way to go I instantly downloaded their app.

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Burn Baby Burn: Proper Winter Wear For Infants

The colder season is approaching and I think this is a GREAT time to talk about proper winter wear ESPECIALLY for infants. Most parents try to think of the most ideal way to keep their baby warm from the cold.  However, most don’t know that they are actually overheating their little one and that can be fatal.

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Preparing for Baby’s First Feeding

The time is coming where my little one is ready for his first feeding  (he is 4 months with terrible acid reflux and his pediatrician recommend we start cereal or oatmeal once a day to help him). Babies are ready to start their first feeding between 4-6 months of age. It is recommended you begin with infant rice cereal or oatmeal for starting solids since babies have a sensitive tummy.

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Teething Survival Kit For You & Your Little One

A teething baby is probably one of the hardest milestones in their infancy. Our poor little ones aren’t able to understand what is happening to their gums. Their gums are swollen, it hurts and it prevents them from being able to sleep at night. Us parents have to be prepared for this milestone so it can be as smooth for them (and us) as possible. How do you prepare for your teething baby?

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How To Successfully Fly With An Infant.

Taking a baby on a plane can be one of the most nerve wracking things of all. You don’t want to be THAT lady (or man) on a plane with the screaming baby. As parents we all know that our kids turn up sessions are never predictable especially with the distraction of the public. Luckily I scheduled accordingly and was prepared for back up in case my plans failed.

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Top Recommended Bottles for Breastfed Babies

Hey mom! I’m going to assume your here because you are trying to figure out what bottle to purchase for your breastfed baby. Remember these are just recommendations and you may find yourself going through a few options till you find the right one. None the less your in the right place.

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