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  Before my son was walking, I never worried about the shoes on his feet. For infants, shoes are nothing more than an accessory, so even though I always found those infant Nikes and Converses super cute, I didn’t find...
Toddlers are amazing. They love learning about the world and everything they see. They want to help and be involved in even the smallest everyday tasks and seeing them immersed in what they are doing at the moment is...
Seeing your child have a febrile seizure is one of the scariest things you can experience. Most parents who witness them don’t know what’s going on because they didn’t have any previous warning that this could happen. “Now I know...
My sister loved Dimetapp as a kid. There’s an old family story about how she once helped herself to the bottle (but was totally fine, not to worry!). Initially, our twin toddlers were also fine with taking medicine— Tylenol and...
When outdoor activities aren’t an option, we moms of little ones must find ever-more-creative ways to meet our kids’ insatiable appetite for stimulation and prevent them from destroying the house room by room. At the same time, we’re exhausted...
There are days that my son says something, and I have no idea where he learned it.  To me: Mommy, I love you. I am filling your bucket. To my husband: One day, I will be a daddy, and you will be...
  If you are looking for ways to save space, save money, and encourage your child to play independently, then allow me to present the Toy Swap Bin. The idea is simple, but the result is genius.   How It Works You...
I started taking my twins to little classes/activities around town at about six months old. Initially, I would only do it if I could get my husband to come or on the rare occasion that a grandparent was in...
Toddlers get upset very easily. Their frustration tolerance is low because, well, their general capabilities are low. Imagine for a second that it took you five minutes to do one button on your sweater. Now apply that to a...
I never thought I would still be breastfeeding my almost three-year-old. I started off with the intention of breastfeeding for a year or so, but here I am, nearly three years later. I was hoping that my son would...

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