Your Baby And Teething

Your Baby And Teething

The appearance of your baby's first tooth is a major milestone in her development, and one that will likely have
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Why Reading to Your Child is the Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Do

Why Reading to Your Child is the Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Do

Why Reading to Your Child is the Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Do While the technology we have available today is
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The Realities & Challenges of Working at Home

The Realities & Challenges of Working at Home

The Realities & Challenges of Working at Home by Aaron Turpen of Aaronz WebWorkz While many tout the wonders and independence of
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When Toddlers Misbehave: Using Time-Outs Effectively

When Toddlers Misbehave: Using Time-Outs Effectively

It's only natural for toddlers to test their boundaries--and their parent's patience! When this happens, it's helpful to use the
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Signs of Delayed Development in Babies and Toddlers

Signs of Delayed Development in Babies and Toddlers

New parents tend to worry about their child's development. They eagerly await the youngster's first words, first steps and other
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Breastfeeding: Health and Diet Tips

Breastfeeding: Health and Diet Tips

Breastfeeding: Health and Diet Tips For the first six months of your child’s life, he or she will rely solely on breast milk for their nutritional requirements. Experts nowadays are recommending to continue breastfeeding up until two years as well as introducing and providing your child with solids, for breast ...

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Do Disposable Diapers Make Potty Training Harder?

Do Disposable Diapers Make Potty Training Harder? It is possible, while not scientifically proven, that disposable diapers can make potty training harder for your child. Generations ago, when children were strictly cloth diapered, they potty trained on average, faster than children today. It could be that the modern disposable diaper ...

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Loaded Baked Potato Salad

If you are looking for a great summer recipe for a side dish at your next barbeque, then look no further!  This Loaded Baked Potato Salad recipe is sure to please your family and friends at your next gathering.  This recipe has everything you have on a baked potato but ...

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Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Carbonara

Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Carbonara

I love trying new recipes and I found this delicious Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Carbonara recipe on Tip Hero!  I did put my own spin on the recipe, however it still turned out delicious and my family loved it!! So here we go:

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KidloLand App Review

I did receive this product for free in exchange for my honest opinion.  The opinions are entirely my own. My son is almost 2 and he loves watching educational videos, he really loves music and songs within a video as well.  The music is his most favorite.  The Kidloland app ...

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Good Deeds to Fill Your Summer

Good Deeds to Fill Your Summer As the school year winds to a close, a lot of parents are looking for ways to fill their kids’ summer. Of course there are lots of day camps, beach days, family vacations and pool parties, but there’s one more thing you should add ...

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MountCase 2 by TigraSport Review for iPhone 6 Plus

MountCase 2 by TigraSport Review for iPhone 6 Plus I received this product for free for my honest opinion.  My opinions and my review are my own and receiving this product does not affect my review in any way. Today was a beautiful day after the cold, unpredictable weather of ...

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The Importance of Play Dates

The Importance of Play Dates It’s hard to believe that my eldest is getting ready to graduate from preschool. It just flew by. I blinked and she went from a sweet little baby in my arms to a big sassy princess-dress-wearing Hot Wheels-racing girl. Soon she’ll be off to school ...

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How to Handle Toddler Tantrums

How to Handle Toddler Tantrums When your toddler throws a tantrum, there are two very important things that you need to do before you do absolutely anything else. The first thing you need to do is to take a deep breath, and the second is to stop, take a moment ...

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Creating a Boredom Buster Kit

Creating a Boredom Buster Kit During days off, school breaks and summer vacations, kids can get pretty bored.  As the parent, you can try to schedule lots of activities to fill time, but filling every moment is neither practical or necessary. Kids need the opportunity to use their imaginations and ...

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How to Get your Toddler Talking

How to Get your Toddler Talking When a baby is born, they come with a couple of different means of communicating, but unfortunately speech is not one of them.  They communicate with body language, facial expressions, and crying.  They eventually learn how to use their eyes and how to giggle ...

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My Husband is my Third Child

My Husband is my Third Child Whenever I meet new people, they always ask the typical questions. And when they find out I’m a mom, they inevitably ask, “How many children do you have?” While I’ve only physically given birth to 2 children, I almost always respond that I have ...

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