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The Newborn Schedule That Saved My Sanity (Read This If Your Baby Doesn’t Sleep Much At Night)

By On September 12, 2015

When your newborn comes into the world, the last thing you really want to think about is a schedule or routine. You really are just trying to survive at that point. For… Read More


14 Cheap Summer Activities That Are Often Overlooked

By On July 13, 2015

In the technological age, sometimes I think that if a kid doesn’t have an iPod attached to their head with the TV blaring ans the radio on they wont be entertained at… Read More


Prep Your Nursery for Summer Heat to Reduce Fussiness

By On July 3, 2015

Go Mama Go Designs advises parents on how to create a cool sleep spot. Even new parents quickly realize that an uncomfortable baby is an unhappy baby. In the summer when homes… Read More


13 Perfectly Awesome Books for Almost Tweens & Pre-teens

By On April 1, 2015

I fully back these books by American Girl. Sometimes there are just things your kids want to know but are too shy to ask. These books cover that. It allows you to… Read More


Working Out With Your New Baby

By On March 25, 2015

Wondering how you can squeeze in a work out when you can barely squeeze in a nap? We’ve all been there. You feel like you just got home with your bouncing bundle… Read More


Tips For Coping With A Fussy Baby

By On March 23, 2015

New moms can feel overwhelmed when it comes to calming down a fussy newborn. There are many things that can cause a baby to be discontented and it is often a tenuous… Read More

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Teaching Kids the Attitude of Gratitude

By On March 13, 2015

Raising grateful children is not as simple as having them memorize the alphabet. Sure, they can learn it by rote, but genuine appreciation is an ongoing process up until they reach adulthood.… Read More


20 Quick and Easy Kitchen Hacks

By On March 9, 2015

Reviving stale cake with a hot water bath? Flipping a fresh pineapple upside down to make it juicier? Designed to streamline the cooking process and/or get the most out of one’s ingredients,… Read More

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Homemade Baby Food Made Easy

By On March 5, 2015

Making homemade baby food is something wonderful you can do for your kids. It allows you to know exactly what goes into every meal and more importantly, what doesn’t. Even if a… Read More


Top 10 Toddler Safety Tips

By On February 6, 2015

Safety begins at home and should be a consistent factor everywhere you go. This is especially true if you have young children. Toddlers are vulnerable to accidents, so protecting them from harm… Read More


Practical Tips For Switching From Baby Food to Solids

By On January 13, 2015

Having your baby transition from baby food to solids can either prove to be a breeze or a challenge. Many first-time parents ask which age is appropriate to introduce their child to… Read More

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How To Handle Your Child’s Public Temper Tantrums

By On January 7, 2015

As parents we have all had a tired toddler who hit his limit while out shopping or an excitable preschooler who just wanted to get his way. The next time you take… Read More

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Healthy Holiday Travel Tips

By On December 18, 2014

Seeing friends and family at the holidays is a time many families look forward to all year long! Staying healthy for the holidays is an integral part of enjoying family gatherings or… Read More

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Teaching Our Children The Meaning of Christmas

By On December 17, 2014

Santa, reindeer and elves. Lights, decorations and presents. It’s easy for children to get wrapped up in the hype of Christmas. Sometimes even us parents do. And it’s hard not to as… Read More


Helpful Tips for Stress Free Holidays

By On November 28, 2014

The holiday season is soon upon us and it’s a well-known fact that this time of year can be a stressful time for everyone in the family. Aside from the usual holiday… Read More


Ways To Soothe A Crying Baby

By On November 14, 2014

New moms can get frustrated when their newborn gets fussy and can’t settle down.  Babies have a sixth sense for mom’s emotions, if mom is feeling stressed out, baby will feel it… Read More


No More Bedtime Battles

By On November 4, 2014

Bedtime and toddlers mix as well as oil and vinegar most nights. Bedtime can be a time of frustration for many parents as toddlers escape their bed and sneak out of their… Read More


Rosie Pope Offers Tips On Keeping The Spark Alive!

By On October 28, 2014

As you may know, Rosie Pope is one of today’s most relatable parenting experts and entrepreneurs as well as the star of Bravo’s hit show” Pregnant in Heels.” Married for over 10 years… Read More


Our Stress-Free Morning Routine Tip

By On September 28, 2014

My daughter is at that age where she’s really opinionated about what she wears to school. These opinions sometimes throw a wrench in morning routine so we’ve started something new. Every Sunday… Read More


Rosie Pope’s Advice For Kate Middleton

By On September 17, 2014

Rosie Pope is not only an actress, she’s also a household name in the parenting world. Pope, 34, is the founder of Rosie Pope Maternity, MomPrep and Rosie Pope Baby, as well… Read More