Is my Child Hitting Their Milestones? – 0 to 3 months

Your baby will hit an amazing amount of developmental milestones in the first 3 months. Sometimes it can be worrying when you see other babies able to do things that your baby isn’t doing yet. Or, perhaps your baby is the one that is ahead of the other children. Babies develop at their own pace, […]

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How to Get Alone Time After Having Kids

Think back to the day you found out you were pregnant and that warm flutter feels your heart all over again. The idea that you created your very own little person is still unbelievable but it becomes more realistic each time you hold him or her in your arms. Life is different as a parent […]

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5 Simple Ways To Reduce Aggression in Your Child

Children are extraordinary beings with huge personalities. They have a way of bringing out the best in most adults, especially their parents. There are many different personalities and characteristics that exist among children, especially siblings. There are many stories of parents who have two or more children with personalities or behavior that is as different […]

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How to Transition from a Crib to a Bed

Like most parents, it probably took a while before you could let your baby sleep in the crib without sneaking a peek every few minutes. Over time, the naps grew longer and letting them sleep without peaking became peaceful, almost celebratory. It’s now time to consider transitioning him or her from the crib to the […]

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9 Tips for New Dads

I think being a new dad is likely more difficult than being a new mom. Women have about nine months to carry their baby and prepare. While dads understand that there is a baby coming, they don’t have that constant reminder to force them to fully prepare. That said, it tends to be more of […]

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10 Tips – How to Nurture a Strong Connection with Your Baby

Building a strong connection with your baby is one of the most important steps involved with parenthood. The bond you create with your baby will define the outcome of your child’s social skills, self-awareness, and their development. Babies that have a strong connection with their parents, tend to be more independent and confident in themselves. […]

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121 Awesome Ways to Save Money as a New Parent

121 Awesome Ways to Save Money as a New ParentSave thousands of dollars every year with these money saving tips ! Experiencing parenthood, is perhaps the most gratifying thing a person can wish for. Your little one will be worth all the sacrifices in the world. You likely are, and reasonably so, overcome with excitement […]

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Child Separation Anxiety – Explanation, Causes and Treatment

Separation anxiety is a young child’s fear of being separated from their primary caregiver, such as, their mother or father. It is an uncontrollable anxiety felt by the child when their caregiver is away, and perhaps even when the child is away from home. It can also be the child’s fear of an upcoming, potential […]

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A Beginners Guide to Potty Training – 9 Tips

Potty training can be a very difficult time for parents. Some children take a very long time to potty train, while others catch on rather quickly. It is dependent on several things, including your timing and your child’s temperament. There are a few things you can do to make the process easier and the transition […]

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4 Vegan Meals For The Whole Family

Spaghetti with Zesty Tomato SauceEveryone has a favorite recipe for spaghetti, but nothing tops this delicious favorite made with homemade tomato sauce. Yumm! and the kids are always ready for more of their all-time favorite dish. What’s even better is that it’s simple to make and everyone will enjoy. Preparation :1. Prepare past according to […]

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