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Beautiful Candle Centerpiece Ideas for Perfect Table Decoration

Candles are a simple and elegant way to decorate your home. One of the most versatile way to use candles is in table centerpieces. Centerpieces are perfect for holidays, but are also a beautiful way to make every day special. As well as using them on your dining table, centerpieces also look great on your coffee table, mantelpiece, and hall tables.

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Gildan Favorites for Back-To-School

School is in session and that means stocking up on clothes for the family. Yes, that means dad needs new underwear and shirts… and mom, retire those old yoga pants and pick up some new pants already. It’s school time and you are way overdue for some new threads. Thankfully, we were able to replenish our wardrobes with the help of Gildan. As makers of quality activewear, t-shirts, underwear and socks for the whole family and the official national sponsor of Triple-A Baseball, Gildan is proud to support America’s national pastime. In case you don’t know much about Gildan, we would love to highlight a few fun facts about them:

 Gildan is the world’s largest supplier of t-shirts (over 500 million annually)

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Kid-Friendly DIY Captain Underpants Craft

We’ve teamed up with Captain Underpants to celebrate the launch of his twelfth epic novel called Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-a-Lot. Written by Dav Pilkey. We were asked to present a kid-friendly craft that was inspired by the book so I asked my daughter what she had in mind. She came up with the cutest project ever. This DIY holds a special place in my heart because it was all done by her. The pictures, the drawing, the cutting, the gluing, coloring, everything. She took her inspiration and ran with it.

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

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 the first month, I just tried to sleep whenever I could and I just remember her wanting to eat ALL THE TIME. It was constant. Now, as she is older, she’s starting to know the difference between night and day so it was my job as a mom to help her adjust a little bit. I didn’t want to do anything drastic but I knew she was confused because she wanted to sleep all day and she was up all night. I didn’t want to deprive her of sleep or cause confusion so I went to our family pediatrician (who is amazing, by the way!) and he offered some simple advice. My daughter went from sleeping only a few hours at a time at night to sleeping 7 hours now. A few simple adjustments and we have been on a constant routine for the last week, it’s been great. Here is the advice I was given and what we do to achieve some rest at night: