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17 Potty Training Tips for Your Toddler

Potty training is never a task that I look forward to with my kids. Potty training your toddler can be a time full of frustration, tears, and annoyance. Slowly, you start to change fewer diapers, which is exciting, and you notice that your toddler ...

Baby Witching Hours: What Are They and How to Handle Them

It was 6 PM, and my son started screaming on the dot. My happy baby smiled most of the day, but as the clock ticked closer to 6 PM, my heart started racing. I knew that his witching hours were getting closer.From 6 to 10 PM, nothing I did calmed ...

How to Deal with Mastitis While Breastfeeding

When I think about mastitis while breastfeeding, I shudder. I think back to those days when I had a young, nursing infant, and I felt as if my breasts were on fire and like I had a horrible case of the flu. Mastitis is no joke, and it can be a ...

How to Treat a Yeast Diaper Rash

Yeast diaper rashes are one of the most frustrating diaper rashes. One day, it seems to get better, then it’s back full force the next. Not all diaper rashes are created equal, and a yeast diaper rash can be a huge difference. Yeast rashes look ...

13 Best Breastfeeding Tips from a Mom of Three

Breastfeeding is rough - seriously. While breastfeeding might be natural, that doesn’t mean it comes easy to most women, which is why so many women stop breastfeeding. Why should it be so hard to do something so natural? After breastfeeding ...

Swaddling 101: Everything You Need to Know 

Being out in the big world feels a lot different than being in the womb, and swaddling your baby helps make him feel safe again. Parents turn to swaddling as a soothing tactic and as a way to help the baby sleep a bit longer. Swaddling is a trusted ...

How to Soothe a Teething Baby

Teething is misery for your baby and parents. It seems to be a continuous cycle throughout the first year of your baby's life. A tooth appears, and you get a break for a few days or even a week. Then, the next tooth starts to erupt, over and over ...

Spit Up! How to Survive a Baby with Acid Reflux

Everyone knows that babies spit up; we've all seen it in TV shows and heard stories about clothes covered in spit up. When you have a baby, you might find yourself struggling with spit up after feeding, and find yourself getting worried. Some babies ...

Starting Solid Foods: What You Need to Know

Starting solid foods with your baby is one of the most exciting milestones to meet in the first year. Watching your baby’s face light up as he tries something he loves for the first time. His facial expression when he tries something he dislikes is ...

14 Sneaky Ways to Get Your Child
to Eat More Veggies

Having a picky eater is a challenge many parents face, including me. You can only make pasta, pizza, or chicken nuggets every night. The USDA recommends that children under the age of 13 years old eat around 1 to 2.5 cups of vegetables each day, but ...

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