Tag: parenting
5 Best Breast Pumps

We spent 64+ hours testing 28 breast pumps to get a detailed ultimate review on the most remarkable ones that caring mothers could rely on. Spectra S2 Breast Pump just blows our minds with its kids-friendly design and massage mode! Spectra S2 Breast Pump - Best Customizable Pump It comes ...

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7 Steps on How to Get Playdough Out of Carpet

Playdough is either the greatest invention or a curse to every parent, depending on the day. Some days, my kids can stay attentive with playdough for hours, creating lovely shapes and long snakes for hours. Other days, that same playdough is smashed into my carpet as if they had a dance party over ...

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5 Things All Moms Think, But Don’t Say (Until Now!)

Moms wear a lot of hats. They are a wife, a sister, a daughter, and a friend (among other things). They lead busy lives and do what they can to get through each day. While moms love their chaotic but rewarding lives, they think many thoughts. Some of those thoughts are better left unsaid (until ...

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5 Must-Read Books for Parents

For some, parenting comes naturally. For others, it’s not so easy. But, I think we’d all agree that we need a little help along the way, from time to time. Books can be a parent’s best friend. Filled with facts, symptoms, and stories that simply make us smile, here are 5 books that you must read ...

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How to Discipline Your Toddler

Mom of two toddlers here! I love my little 2 and 3 years old boys. I have no problem playing with them, teaching them and loving them. However, I have a tough time disciplining them. I want to discipline my children in a productive manner that can encourage them to do better next time, but doesn’t ...

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First Baby Bathing: 8 Tips for Parents

Bathing a newborn is quite overwhelming at first. Newborns can’t smile (so you have no idea if they like it or not), they can’t hold any part of their body up, and they don’t have any natural instincts to close their eyes to make sure that water doesn’t get in there. I would first like to point out ...

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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 let’s be honest. Sometimes, it’s impossible to ...

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