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7 Practical Tips to Deal with Baby Spit-Up

“Baby spit-ups, and the associated mess, while not being totally avoidable, can be managed with ease with these tips.”

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Celeb Moms Who Had Difficult Pregnancies

Jessica Simpson, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Hudson, what do these celebs have in common aside from their million dollar bank accounts, golden voices and stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? All three celebrity moms had difficult pregnancies, like millions of…

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The Very Real State of Stay-at-Home Mom Guilt

“As a stay at home mom, I am lonely, anxious, and well…bored. The daily anxiety of needing to do more, contribute more, and feel important fills my mind.”

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Mama Needs A Break (Like Whoa)

Are all parents like this? Please tell me i’m not alone in this one.

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This Baby Stops Crying in the Most Hilarious Way, And it Involves Marvin Gaye

Check out what happens when this crying baby hears Marvin Gaye.

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Your Guide to Safe Sleep for Baby

You’re exhausted and you want your baby to sleep, anywhere, any way, but you shouldn’t forget these safe sleeping guidelines.

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In Defense of the Mom Group

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The internet is full of criticisms for mom groups; the helpful advice couched in disapproval, the condescension and impractical suggestions. I know the moms who look for a…

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No, My Baby Does Not Have Colic.

There goes the doctors favorite word to throw around while diagnosing babies, colic. Being a mother of two, I can definitely rule out different cries, I mean come on I’m an expert now basically. NOT.
I have two precious boys, and I…

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A Parent’s Guide to Treating Your Baby’s GERD

Many people think that gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) is a problem for adult, especially older adults. But reflux is actually a very common problem for infants too – and it can be a very distressing one for parents and babies both. …

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A New Baby Bed You Can Bring Anywhere

If your arms are crying out for a break from all the rock-a-bye-babying, prepare to rest easy. This new portable baby bed is a dream.

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Sleep On It: 4 Night Nurse Services To Bring You (and Baby) Sweet Dreams

All nighters ain’t what they used to be. There still might be bottles strewn everywhere, but once baby arrives, sleeping in the next day is no longer an option. When sleep deprivation gets scary, call in reinforcements from one of…

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Hush Hour

You remember those those first few months. You spent the wee hours propped up in a chair because Little One finally fell asleep on your shoulder and your were terrified to stop rocking. Was it acid reflux, colic, or just…

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