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L’Eggo the Chaos of Mornings & Get Free Waffles

Share your own messy mornings stories.

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One Cool Thing: Gerber’s New Subscription Service

Gerber’s brand-new subscription service ships stage-based foods, carefully selected based on your baby’s developmental age, straight to your door.

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If Your Kids Are Begging for a Puppy, You Are Not Alone

Many parents will eventually cave, especially around the holidays.

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Study Reveals How Parents Really Feel about Daylight Saving

Hint: you may not look “forward” to it.

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Could Your Job Affect Your Kids’ Health? A New Study Examines Working Parenthood

Here’s why working parents should never have to feel guilty about following career dreams or providing for their family.

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Science Proves “Sleep Like a Baby” Really Is a Lie

According to a new study, most babies don’t sleep through the night.

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My Teen Is Actually Excited to Get Back to School. Here’s How We Did It

“My daughter usually looks for any excuse to go shopping and what’s better than doing some back-to-school shopping?”

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This Trusted Preschool Wants to Make You a Better Parent

This beloved nationwide preschool offers webinars for parents to help you tackle the tough topics, on your own time.

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Here’s What Science Has to Say About Curious Kids

They say curiosity killed the cat, but it’s actually really important for kids.

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5 Baby Milestones That Will Totally Change Your Life as a Parent

As new parents we live for the developmental milestones of our babies. Smiling at six weeks, starting solids at six months, potty training… and on and on. Our excitement even starts while baby is still in the womb: “Look honey,…

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Psst…1 in 5 Grandparents Don’t Like Their Grandchildrens’ Names

According to this latest study, sharing your baby’s name with his or her’s future grandparents could be harder than you think.

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My Work with Parents Taught Me the Power of Our Role in Shaping Kids’ Voices

Many parents feel powerless when it comes to their kids because they can’t get their kids to listen and do the things they want. What they don’t realize is there’s so much unspoken power that they hold that they are forgetting to access. 

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Do This Now: Embrace the Power of Your Parenting

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Many parents feel powerless when it comes to their kids because they cannot get their kids to listen and do the things they want. What they do not realize is that there is so much unspoken power that…

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Inside Tuesday’s Child with the Totally Awesome Awards

Tuesday’s Child just won a Totally Awesome Award for Brightest Class for Kids with Special Needs in Chicago. We recently spoke to them about their experience as a business owner, the best advice they’ve ever received and more. Hear what…

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Burnt Macarons As They Relate To Stay-At-Home Motherhood (And Other Pursuits)

I’m pretty sure Satan (yes, Satan…not Santa) invented the macaron…They’re cute. They’re tiny. They look simple. But they’re deceptive. I’ve discovered they’re impossible to make, and as a rookie, I didn’t realize it until I’d already invested half of my life…

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Kindergarten, Ready or Not Here We Come

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“Mark, we’re here,” as I looked into the back seat of my car I saw his shining smile. He unbuckled his seat belt, reached down grabbed his shoes, put them on and said mom can I put…

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