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  • On Newborns and Sleeping Through The Night

    The Baby Sleep Site - Baby / Toddler Sleep Consultants
    Emily DeJeu
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    For 10 months (or longer) you look forward to taking your newborn bundle of joy home. You have all the gear, the room is perfect and you’ve read all the books. And then it happens… You get home and  your darling sleeps for a few hours and is up. I don’t mean up and needs a little cuddle, I mean up and ready to party. I remember those first few weeks with my newborn. Trying to heal from delivery, trying to do everything right and struggling with lack of sleep. My little guy was colicky and only slept one to two hours at a time. He would take hours to settle down. This…
  • Choosing Baby Shower Games

    Baby Shower
    Jennifer K
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:33 pm
    Baby showers have been a tradition for a long time now. Chances are high you’ve attended at least one in your lifetime. The chances are even higher that won’t be the only one you attend. If a close friend or...
  • How a newborn baby sees you

    Infant's Health News -- ScienceDaily
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:02 am
    A newborn infant can see its parents' expressions at a distance of 30 cm. For the first time, researchers have managed to reconstruct infants visual perception of the world.
  • 2 Very Unique and Fun Baby Shower Games You’d Never Think to Play at a Baby Shower!

    Baby Shower
    Jennifer K
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:42 pm
    Baby shower games cannot involve activities that are too strenuous or too tiring, especially since the expecting mother is encouraged to participate in them. The game master needs to make sure that the celebrant (the pregnant woman) stay comfortable while...
  • Osteopathic manipulative therapy significantly improves low back pain in postpartum women

    Infant's Health News -- ScienceDaily
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:17 am
    Osteopathic manipulative therapy decreased postpartum low back pain by over 70 percent in women who had given birth at least three months before beginning treatment, according to a new study.
 
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  • Neutral Knockouts from Stella & Dot

    16 Jun 2015 | 3:42 pm
      **This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Whether you're wearing a soft white dress to a summer evening cocktail party or a red tank and navy blue shorts for a July 4th barbecue, the subtle versatility of neutral jewelry can perfectly complement your look. Take Stella & Dot's Birdie Necklace. Featuring chic leather and sweet chiffon petals, this summer must-have creates a versatile botanical inspired silhouette. You could wear it as a statement necklace, detach the petals for a stand alone sparkle strand, or…
  • Wiggles & Whimsy: A Sharing Boutique (a.k.a toy exchange)

    8 Jun 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Item of the month, subscription boxes & grab bag type of services are all the rage right now. They are a tons of fun but you really can end up with a lot of stuff. A LOT! So when it comes to toys, I love the concept of an exchange service vs you're just stuck with it. We tried one a while back that is no longer around and loved it (see my review here). I don't see these very often but just spotted (have not tried) a new toy subscription services called Wiggles & Whimsy. HOW IT WORKS: FILL YOUR ONLINE TOY BOX. Add at least 6 toys that you would like to play with to your toy box. CHECK…
  • Happy Easter From Posh*Little

    3 Apr 2015 | 8:29 am
      I haven't been posting a lot lately but wanted to pop in and say happy Friday and have a hoppingly good time if you're celebrating Easter this weekend.
  • My DIY Sweet Drops Coffee Creamer

    12 Feb 2015 | 9:05 am
      When it comes to health, I am very big on small changes. Big changes are hard to adopt long term and absorb into every day life. Little changes and baby steps, however, aren't so hard to stick too. One small step towards better health I've adopted over the last year has been switching to stevia. Stevia is calorie free and derived from the plant Stevia rebaudiana so it's not a chemical. I used to be a Splenda fan and a sugar free junkie in general but after doing the HCG diet (I know, I know it's controversial but it worked for me) and an elimination diet to pin-point some migraine…
  • #TopMommyBlogs 3.0 Sneak Peek

    14 Jan 2015 | 8:40 am
    Yikes! I can't believe we are already 2 weeks into 2015. I hope everyone is having a wonderful new year so far. I've really been slacking here on the blog so I thought I would post today about a little something I've had up my sleeve. My 3 year old Hadley and I have been sick and couch bound since Christmas but before the plague hit us, I had started working on a new build of Top Mommy Blogs. For those of you who don't know what that even means, TopMommyBlogs.Com is a mom blog directory and community for mom & now daddy bloggers. I started this about 5 and half years ago because I was so…
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  • One-year-old in critical condition after falling into water

    Tyler Mickelson
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:48 am
    [anvplayer video=”534444″ /] DOVER, Minn. – A one-year-old is listed in critical condition after being pulled from the water in Dover Wednesday morning. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s office received a 911 call at 9:50 am stating the infant had fallen into a plastic tub containing water. When deputies arrived on the scene of the 400 block of East Eyota Street, the child’s 32-year-old mother was performing CPR, but the boy was not breathing. The deputy took over CPR efforts until another deputy and the St. Charles Ambulance Service arrived. The child was airlifted…
  • Working out with your infant

    Troy Diggs
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:15 am
    [ooyala code=”1kZnh1dTqVc_2SSWBcQRkC0OP4AbBKlc” player_id=”c8cff4cec9d94ae0896f6443af7ee837″] SEATTLE — Ask any parent, and they can tell you that chasing a newborn or toddler is a workout in and of itself – but – what if you want to have an actual workout with your child?  Kaisa Keranen from Seattle’s Two Bad Bodies has exercises you can do with your child.
  • Splish Splash: We Learned All About Water!

    creativeworldschool
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    We love kicking off the summer with some wet and wild water inquiry! Our Preschool Readiness Student
  • Ahh pump it, pump it good. Ahh pump it ppppump it real good.

    The Nurses Are In
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    When I thought about writing this post, I have to be honest, I kinda dreaded it. Just like I kinda dread the subject. Pumping. Who likes to feel like a milking cow? I know there are exclusive pumpers out there and I mean no offense. As a personal preference I would just much rather breastfeed if given the choice. So, you may ask, why do I do it? For many women pumping is not necessary. Each woman makes their own choices regarding their breastfeeding experience. For myself it was a necessary step to maintain my somewhat limited milk supply while returning to work. That being said I wanted to…
  • Catch a Memory Photography

    babblinghook
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:49 am
    I love meeting and working with talented people.  Recently I had the pleasure of making some items for Jenae Welsh of Catch a Memory Photography in Adrian Michigan.  Jenae ordered a hunting outfit from me and I sent her my camo bunny outfit as well.  We were amazed when we saw the shots. How adorable are these?  And how talented and creative can you get.  The set-up is so well thought out and so perfect for the baby and the outfit. Then she sent pictures of the hunting outfit. Amazing right, so cute!  Then she got together with another really creative person Janel Dick from Crafty…
 
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  • Mariah Carey Heads To Israel With Dem Babies And Her New Billionaire Beau

    BabyRazziSherry
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:25 am
    Mariah Carey is having one heck of a summer vacation with her twins, Monroe and Moroccan, aka Dem Babies.  The singer is taking a break from her Las Vegas show to enjoy some time with her kids, and her new suitor! Mariah has been sharing photos from her amazing vacation, which has included Cannes, Israel, Ibiza and more! Mariah is also traveling with billionaire James Packer (shown in the last photo below on the far right).  James has reportedly been smitten with Mariah since seeing her in Vegas a few months ago and then has been wooing her since she arrived in Cannes.  Mariah and her…
  • Jennifer Garner And Ben Affleck Divorcing; Confirm the Rumors

    BabyRazziSherry
    30 Jun 2015 | 1:44 pm
    It breaks our hearts to share this, but the rumors were true.  Our favorite celebrity parents Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are divorcing after ten years of marriage.  The announcement comes one day after their 10th anniversary. Jen and Ben have been the subject of split rumors for months now and it turns out they were accurate (for the most part).  They released a joint statement: “After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce.  We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children whose…
  • Lunchtime Links With Gavin Rossdale And Kingston

    BabyRazziSherry
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Is Jennifer Lawrence winning over Chris Martin’s kids?  (OK!Magazine) Katie Holmes hits Disney with Suri (Celebrity Babies – People) How to uncover early signs of Autism  (Lil Sugar) Why is Katy Perry fighting with a pair of nuns?  (SheKnows Entertainment) Is Teresa Giudice getting out of prison early? (I’m Not Obsessed) What she wore: Zara’s floral top (Lady & the Blog) This trailer will remind you how funny Chris Farley was (TheCelebrityCafe)
  • Natalie Portman Hangs In L.A. With Her Family

    BabyRazziSherry
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:16 am
    It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s super Aleph!!  Natalie Portman and her son Aleph are spending some time in L.A. and did a little shopping together yesterday afternoon.  After picking up some goodies in Los Feliz, they met up with Benjamin Millepied to grab sushi for lunch. Natalie was chic and summery in her floral skirt, sandals and white t-shirt.  Aleph wore jeans and a t-shirt and a super cute cape as he held mom and dad’s hands after lunch. Natalie will be back in Paris in no time as her new movie “Planetarium” is scheduled to start filming soon. …
  • Brooklyn and David Beckham: Gone Fishin’

    BabyRazziSherry
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    David Beckham is enjoying his retirement!  The celeb dad is getting a lot of extra time to hang out with his kids and now that it’s summer – even more!  David and his oldest son Brooklyn hit the open water together over the weekend and did pretty well! David and Brooklyn, wearing matching hats, posed for photos together as they did some fishing together.  David shared on Instagram, “Bonding time with your kids is always so special…. Dad and Brooklyn fishing outing.”   David then shared Brooklyn’s HUGE catch in the photo above.  He wrote, “Not…
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    Celebrity Baby Blog

  • Jessica Simpson’s Son Ace Turns 2! See All the Cute Party Pics

    Lindsay Kimble
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    The terrific twos! Jessica Simpson son Ace Knute celebrated his birthday in style on Tuesday, channeling Harry Styles and living it up on a bouncy slide. The toddler, who was born in June 2013, was all smiles on his special day with his mom, 34, and dad, Simpson’s husband Eric Johnson. Ace was clad in an awesome Hawaiian-print shirt for his party, wearing matching leafy-printed swim trunks as he posed on a bouncy slide. “2yrs OLD?!?! Can we live here forever?” wrote Simpson on Instagram. “I love you Ace Knute Johnson. Happy Birthday!” Courtesy Jessica…
  • Hilaria Baldwin on Newborn Son Rafael: ‘He Has Alec’s Nose!’

    michelecorriston
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    Sonia Moskowitz/Getty After welcoming son Rafael Thomas on June 17, Hilaria and Alec Baldwin are opening up about life with their baby boy. “Rafael is such a cute little kid,” Hilaria told The Daily Mail in an interview published Wednesday. “He and Carmen look alike. He has Alec’s nose. They both have my lips and chin. One of his ears is identical to Alec’s ear.” Their daughter Carmen, 21 months, was very well prepared for her new duties as big sister. “Before the baby was born, I bought Carmen some dolls and we named them Rafael. We dressed them and…
  • Brooke Burke-Charvet Is ‘Honest’ with Her Kids About Work-Life Struggle

    Anya
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:55 pm
    Getty With four children — Shaya, 7, Rain, 8, Sierra, 13, and Neriah, 15 — and their busy schedules to juggle, Brooke Burke-Charvet admits being a working mom is a balancing act. “It’s probably the biggest challenge, that work-life balance,” Burke-Charvet told PEOPLE on the set of her upcoming talk show, Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke, on Friday. “Stay-at-home moms think they have it harder, working moms think they have it harder — I do both. The one thing that I think [my husband] David [Charvet] and I do is we compromise our social lives so that…
  • Inside Naya Rivera’s Neutral-Toned Nursery – Inspired By a Teepee!

    Anya
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:55 pm
    Naya Rivera‘s nursery is something to cheer about. The former Glee star shows off her baby’s sleep space in a series of photos for My Domaine, in which she shares that the inspiration behind the neutral-toned nursery was a black-and-white teepee she and husband Ryan Dorsey purchased before the pregnancy. Once the couple — who wed in July 2014 — discovered they were expecting their first child in late summer, Rivera, 28, and designer Angelo Surmelis went to work creating a room centered around her fun find from The Land of Nod. “I actually was really inspired…
  • Drew Sidora Welcomes Son Machai David

    Anya
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:15 pm
    Getty Drew Sidora is officially a mom for the second time — albeit much earlier than she was expecting. The Hindsight actress and her husband Ralph Pittman welcomed son Machai David Pittman at 3:38 a.m. on Tuesday, June 30, Sidora’s rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively. Machai was originally expected to be born in August. But after three weeks of hospitalization, Sidora’s labor was induced and now “mother and baby are in good health and resting,” according to the rep. “At 4 lbs. 4.5 ounces and 16.5 inches, Machai is truly a miracle,” the rep continues.
 
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  • Extended Breastfeeding – The Benefits and Challenges

    Paula
    26 Jun 2015 | 4:50 am
    If you are breastfeeding your toddler, you are doing extended breastfeeding according to most western people. Learn about its benefits and challenges here. The post Extended Breastfeeding – The Benefits and Challenges appeared first on Easy Baby Life.
  • Breastfeeding in Public – 7 Tips To Make it Work!

    Paula
    26 Jun 2015 | 4:21 am
    Breastfeeding in public is not difficult, but it takes a bit of practice and planning. And maybe guts! Check our breastfeeding tips and head for the park! The post Breastfeeding in Public – 7 Tips To Make it Work! appeared first on Easy Baby Life.
  • Adoptive Breastfeeding (Induced Lactation) – The Why and How

    Paula
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:19 am
    Adoptive breastfeeding is to use induced lactation to breastfeed an adopted baby. Learn about benefits and find tips on how to induce milk production here. The post Adoptive Breastfeeding (Induced Lactation) – The Why and How appeared first on Easy Baby Life.
  • Saggy Breasts From Breastfeeding – True Or False?

    Paula
    13 May 2015 | 11:13 pm
    From perky to saggy... Saggy breasts after breastfeeding isn't the best part of having a baby. But what does research say about the connection, really? The post Saggy Breasts From Breastfeeding – True Or False? appeared first on Easy Baby Life.
  • Contact Easy Baby Life

    Paula
    11 May 2015 | 10:01 am
    Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or need for clarifications. Did a certain tip work or not for you and your baby? Missing a certain topic? Please let us know! We can not provide individual help through the form below. If you find it likely that other parents may have encountered the ... The post Contact Easy Baby Life appeared first on Easy Baby Life.
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  • Courage…….many sizes & shapes

    Shaman Mother
    6 Jun 2015 | 9:21 am
    Bruce Jenner, now Caitlyn Jenner, after many years of hiding and disguising his true feminine nature has exposed himself. This took a lot of courage. Now with his Vanity Fair cover shoot all over the airways, it is creating tremendous reactions. Pictures of veterans with loss limbs declaring they are the real courageous ones and there’s no argument there. Let’s not forget: …….people battling cancer are courageous. …….homeless people are courageous. …….alcoholics and drug addicts are courageous. …….single mothers raising their children are courageous. …….rape victims…
  • Trick or Treat

    Shaman Mother
    19 Oct 2014 | 3:47 pm
    October is the season filled with displays of witches, ghosts, skeletons and ghoulish items.  They represent the dark side of us all and the fears that permeate our minds.   Horror movies pique interests on watching the terror a person must face to survive.  The HBO series Dexter is an example. (He’s a serial killer that kills other murderers;  a hero and a villain, all at the same time.) Do we need to watch horror flicks to stimulate our fears and darkness when the daily news fills our minds with fear everyday?  Ebola flashes across the TV screen like a red flashing light warning us…
  • What is the T word?

    Shaman Mother
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    Trust, according to Webster’s dictionary is: “the belief in and reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc, of a person or thing.”  If you look back on your own life experiences, how many times your trust has been violated on many different levels of life?  I think every single one of us can share a story of how a trust was broken and how painful it was.  We can look at organized religions that have broken a sacred trust, as well as governments, banks, businesses, and personal relationships in which trusts are broken frequently.  You might ask ‘Is trust humanly…
  • The Joy of Eating

    Shaman Mother
    26 Nov 2013 | 12:41 pm
    Americans are obsessed with dieting; billions of dollars are spent by consumers on weight loss companies and diet literature.  Yet, one third of Americans are obese and out of shape.  Eating disorders are rampant on college campuses and women who are petite, lament how fat they are.  The new word for diet now is “CLEANSE” OR DETOX.  No one is happy with themselves, no matter what weight they are and the joy of eating is gone! Food experts are everywhere; everyone has an opinion about food: …..Do not eat meat it’s not spiritual. …..Raw food has all the nutrients in them so do not…
  • Integrity

    Shaman Mother
    8 Sep 2013 | 12:47 pm
    Integrity is an important virtue to cultivate. In our fast paced society many people over commit themselves and never follow through on their promises.  Honesty goes hand in hand with integrity like a harmonious chord.  People are conditioned to say what people want to hear, rather than speak the truth. Recently I made hotel arrangements with an online company that had “ Price Assurance”; I thought that this was the lowest rate possible.  I booked with them and then discovered I was over charged by hundreds of dollars.  The travel service told me that the hotel did not have the right…
 
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  • Taming Summer Bedtimes: 3 Tips You Need

    Emily DeJeu
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Summer is fully upon us, readers! But while warm temps and fun outdoor activities are great, those long, lazy days of summer may be seriously messing with your baby or toddler’s inner sleep clock. Over the summer, many babies start crying at bedtime and resisting sleep even more than usual. It’s also common for toddlers to stop staying in bed and falling asleep much later, trying to tell you, “I’m not tired!” So frustrating – but not really unexpected, if you think about it. The sun goes down so late these days, and since your baby or toddler can’t exactly read the…
  • On Newborns and Sleeping Through The Night

    Emily DeJeu
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    For 10 months (or longer) you look forward to taking your newborn bundle of joy home. You have all the gear, the room is perfect and you’ve read all the books. And then it happens… You get home and  your darling sleeps for a few hours and is up. I don’t mean up and needs a little cuddle, I mean up and ready to party. I remember those first few weeks with my newborn. Trying to heal from delivery, trying to do everything right and struggling with lack of sleep. My little guy was colicky and only slept one to two hours at a time. He would take hours to settle down. This…
  • Baby Sleeping More Than Usual? Here Are 3 Reasons Why.

    Emily DeJeu
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    We all want our babies to sleep – but can you have too much of a good thing when it comes to baby sleep? We’ve written before about baby sleeping too much, but what if your baby suddenly start sleeping more than usual? What if you’re suddenly seeing marathon naps, later-than-usual morning wake-up times, and finding that you need to bump up bedtime? That makes lots of parents worry. So what’s behind this sudden onset of sleepiness? Why is your baby sleeping more than usual? We’re sharing 3 common reasons – keep reading for details! 3 Reasons Your Baby Is…
  • Night Weaning vs. Sleep Training: Which Should Come First?

    Emily DeJeu
    16 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    For many of the exhausted families with whom we work, night weaning and sleep training are both high on the list of priorities. After all, constant night feeds can exhaust even the strongest parents, and a baby who can’t fall asleep independently is one who will wake too early from a nap, or wake during the night due to sleep associations, and not out of true hunger. So yeah…when it comes to night weaning and sleep training, most parents would say, “Both, please!”. But this raises an interesting question – should one come before the other? Our team of consultants…
  • Baby Sleeping On Stomach? Here’s What You Need To Know.

    Emily DeJeu
    2 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
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  • Summer saving tips to keep you afloat

    Rebecca Cuneo Keenan
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:37 am
    Thanks to TD Bank for sponsoring this post and making me realize that we really do need to plan for that extra summer spending. Clockwise from top: St. Lawrence Market, classic playground structure, skipping in food truck parking lot, and Maple Leaf baseball at Christie Pits Forget about diapers. Forget about formula. Forget about shoes ... [Read more...]The post Summer saving tips to keep you afloat appeared first on Playground Confidential.
  • The real reason I dig a dadbod

    Rebecca Cuneo Keenan
    4 May 2015 | 8:26 am
    Image via Flickr cc license.  Beards and man buns can step aside because the latest dude trend is the dadbod. It all started about a month ago when Mackenzie Pearson wrote an article called “Why Girls Love The Dad Bod,” on The Odyssey. Then last Thursday New York Mag’s The Cut tried to figure out what ... [Read more...]The post The real reason I dig a dadbod appeared first on Playground Confidential.
  • My spring body image hack

    Rebecca Cuneo Keenan
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:20 am
    Image credit via Flickr cc license I accidentally bought the wrong size pants. This happens sometimes, when your number one method of clothes shopping involves grabbing something off the sale rack and then sprinting across the store to catch your three-year-old before she falls down the escalator. It can also happen when your number two method ... [Read more...]The post My spring body image hack appeared first on Playground Confidential.
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  • Are Texas Home School Coalition Conventions for You?

    Heather
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:06 pm
    It’s summer. Well, at least for most of us. We have maybe two weeks left of tidying up and tying loose homeschool ends and we are DONE with 11th grade for my teens, Kindergarten for the 6 year old, and Preschool for my littlest guy. I’m in purge mode, research mode, curriculum buying mode, class scheduling mode, organize mode, transcript mode, and CONVENTION MODE. You might wonder why I listed convention there if you’ve never been to a good convention before, but let me explain. Ever since I started homeschooling in 2001, I have been going to a convention – almost…
  • The Ultimate Digital Photography Bundle for Beginner, Intermediate or Pro-Photographers!

    Heather
    22 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    I’ve been eating, breathing, and sleeping photography lately, so when I got invited to be an affiliate for this sale to share this amazing package of digital photography tips for everyone from beginners through pros, I jumped on board. I love photography, and since I want this set of ebooks myself, I’m sharing the love! For all of your photography needs – whether you are a beginner, an intermediate, or a pro-photographer who is starting a business or a pro who is growing an already established business like me, there’s something for you in this “Ultimate…
  • Awesome Things About Honey (and Recipes)

    Heather
    1 Jun 2015 | 10:19 am
    Honey Bear n Sprittibee Sometimes wonderful things happen on the internet that leave you scratching your head. One of those things this past month has been my fortunate partnership with the National Honey Board. I’ve ALWAYS loved honey. Who doesn’t? I also love bees (as you might have noticed from my blog title and logo all these past 10 years). Proof of my devotion is below in the links to honey-sweet recipes and remedies I’ve shared – be sure to read to the end! { I hate to tell the National Honey Board this, because they sponsored this post, but I would be talking…
  • Mushroom Crack AKA Russian Mushroom Julienne

    Heather
    19 May 2015 | 11:57 pm
    Dried Mushrooms Hanging from the Stove A while back, as we were studying about Russian in our chronological journey through history, I decided to research Russian restaurants in the Austin area. I remembered going to a place where we got some fantastic brine pickles and bought a beautiful book on Russian cuisine right after we first moved back to this area in 2007, but we hadn’t been there in many years and found it had closed down. I discovered to my delight that there was, in fact, a different place in downtown Austin that we could try out called (of course) “The Russian…
  • My Low-Tech Spiral Notebook Weekly Assignment List for the Teens

    Heather
    15 May 2015 | 11:35 pm
    I haven’t done a homeschooly post in a while and honestly, we’ve had a difficult year, but we are trucking along. In the beginning of the year I had ideas of how things were going to go, but as the bible verse says, “many are the plans of a man’s heart but the Lord directs his steps” or something like that… God had His own plans for this year. It is hard when you give Him the eraser and watch your dayplanner get full of those little messy eraser leftover pieces, but I’m still finding JOY that He’s in control and the more I watch Him burn away…
 
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  • Teela and She-Ra, Masters of the Universe Baby Names

    Nancy Man
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Remember the ’80s cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe? I haven’t yet found any ’80s babies named after He-Man, but I’ve found a bunch with names inspired by Teela and She-Ra — two other popular characters from the Masters of the Universe franchise. He-Man premiered on TV in 1983. The main female character was Teela — daughter of the Sorceress, foster-daughter of Man-At-Arms, and protector/friend of Prince Adam (a.k.a. He-Man). In 1984, usage of the baby name Teela spiked high enough for the name to reach the top 1,000 for the first and only time:…
  • Tajikistan, 98% Muslim, May Ban Muslim Names

    Nancy Man
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Emomali Rahmon, who’s been the leader of Tajikistan since 1992, has some strong opinions about names: “I pay close attention to surnames and names when I appoint anyone to a leading post in the government,” Mr Rahmon told a group of children in speech televised on national TV. “Sometimes, reading surnames can make one shudder,” he said. “For example, Gurgakov comes from the word ‘wolf’. Janjoliyev derives from the word ‘conflict’,” said Mr Rahmon, the father of seven daughters and two sons. Names must be beautiful because they…
  • Baby Names from ‘American Gods’?

    Nancy Man
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Neil Gaiman’s award-winning book American Gods is going to be made into a TV series. Here’s a quick synopsis, courtesy of Nerdist: For those of you who haven’t read the novel, American Gods centers around a war brewing between old and new gods; the traditional gods of biblical and mythological roots from around the world, who are now steadily losing believers to an upstart pantheon of gods reflecting society’s modern love of money, technology, media, celebrity, and drugs. The lead character, Shadow Moon, is an ex-con who becomes bodyguard and traveling partner to Mr.
  • Which Baby Names Can Be Split in Two?

    Nancy Man
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    In 1916, the London Globe mentioned twins named Jere and Miah: There lived for many years in the village of Twerton, Bath, one named Miah. He was born a twin, and his parents thriftily divided the predestined name of Jeremiah between them, the other babe being christened Jere. What other names could we divide into two usable mini-names like this? Here are a few ideas to kick things off… Abigail, Abi + Gail Anastasia, Ana + Stasia Calista, Cal + Ista Drusilla, Dru + Silla Elizabeth, Eliza + Beth Mozelle, Mo + Zelle Valentina, Valen + Tina Alexander, Alex + Ander Christopher, Chris +…
  • California “Parental Naming Rights” Bill Stalls Out

    Nancy Man
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    The aim of California’s Assembly Bill No. 2528, which was introduced Assemblymember Nancy Skinner in early 2014, was to force the state to add diacritical marks to birth certificates and other state-issued identity documents: From the text of the bill: This bill would require the State Registrar to ensure that diacritical marks on English letters are properly recorded on all certificates of live birth, fetal death, or death, and all marriage licenses, including, but not limited to, accents, tildes, graves, umlauts, and cedillas. The bill was supported by many, including Professor…
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  • Updated Baby Trend Expedition Review

    11 Jun 2015 | 6:37 am
    This is a great stroller for taking brisk walks in the park and while it is the most basic model of the Baby Trend 3-wheelers, it is also the most popular. Parents recommend the Expedition for the affordable price and the sporty look. Most parents who get this stroller are not serious runners or avid joggers, but they do like getting out for brisk walks. The swivel feature on the front tire is a must for maneuverability, but for those who do prefer to jog, then the front tire can lock straight for stability during the ride. The Expedition is also popular as a travel system. The Expedition has…
  • Kolcraft All Terrain Adventure Stroller Review

    2 Jun 2015 | 6:41 am
    As you might know, Jeep strollers are no more, but the exciting news is that Kolcraft has taken the same product and improved on it. This particular stroller used to be the Jeep Liberty, but the Jeep brand, owned by Kolcraft, was discontinued. Kolcraft has decided to move these products over to their brand and improve upon the performance by adding precision ball bearings and better wheels for superior performance. Because this is a new product there are little to no reviews as of the time of this writing. The reviews and research for you here are based on the classic Jeep Liberty, but with…
  • Kolcraft Replaces Jeep Strollers

    11 May 2015 | 9:44 am
    Jeep strollers are no more! I loved the Jeep brand for strollers, and the main stroller I used with my son is the classic Jeep Liberty all terrain three-wheeler. Yes, I'm partial because I used it for my own baby. Now they are gone. But their design remains, and Kolcraft, the company who owned the Jeep brand, has basically renamed the Jeep strollers and added a few more features, and taken away some. For example, the nifty little cargo bags mounted on the sides of the Liberty, Cherokee and Wrangler models (I'd keep a diaper or two in mine) are not included with the new Kolcraft versions.
  • 2 New Side-by-Side Twin Strollers Added

    27 Apr 2015 | 8:10 pm
    The twin strollers page is updated with the latest side-by-side double strollers for 2015. Two brands have released new strollers that I'm really excited to share with you and best of all, they are each under $300! The first is the Combi Fold N Go Double stroller (pictured). This is one of the sleekest looking strollers I've seen Combi come out with and it is being met with really good reviews for the light weight (21 pounds!) and large basket beneath the seat. I love the brown color, and the black and red look equally as good. It has a compact, flat fold and you can even carry it under your…
  • Double All Terrain Stroller Changes

    20 Apr 2015 | 8:43 am
    One of the positive things about getting Stroller Envy mobile ready is updating all this information. It is important that you have the latest research and reviews, not to mention the best selection of strollers. The All Terrain Double Stroller page has now been updated and I took out one stroller I thought for sure I'd keep. The new Mountain Buggy Duet. The latest model had gotten a bad review, however, there are only a couple of reviews so far, and that means the bad review carries a lot more weight. The older version of this stroller has 5 stars! So I'm taking a "wait and see"…
 
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  • Ebabee shop big Summer sale!

    ebabee likes
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:23 am
    Half a year down already, where did it go?  The good news is that this time of year means it’s sale time at the ebabee shop.  If you haven’t yet discovered our beautiful and unusual kids clothes, now is the time.  We bring you hand selected Korean fashion for kids.  All our styles are playful, fun and comfortable and are designed to appeal to parents and kids alike.  And if you have already discovered our little shop, what better time to buy the clothes you’ve had your eye on because everything is on sale.  Yes, the whole shop!  It’s our biggest sale yet but…
  • A pretty pastel room

    ebabee likes
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:01 am
    I know I’m usually a cool monochrome and minimal person but there is one colour trend that I am feeling very drawn to especially for a kids room or a nursery.  Extra bright or neon type colours can feel too overpowering for me so if I was going for a colourful kids room it would have to be beautiful soft pastel shades.  Pastel shades work so well for babies, boys or girls and they can even work for a shared unisex room.  The colours are soft and calming and that should help the kids sleep better (ok that maybe me being over optimistic!). Thinking about pastel kids rooms I went…
  • Quick and effective make-up remover

    ebabee likes
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:13 am
    Last weekend I treated myself to a new make-up remover and cleanser in one.  I decided to try something new as I wasn’t crazy about the one I was using.  With my old one I had to clean my face about 3-4 times to get all the traces of make-up off and another couple of times to ensure that all eye make-up was gone too.  One of the last things I do at night is remove my make-up – I force myself to do this even though the temptation is to just go to bed especially knowing that that school day alarm will go off, no matter, what at 6:30am.  With my last makeup remover this annoying…
  • Collected for mama and baby: Colour blocking

    ebabee likes
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:37 am
    Colour blocking is a trend that’s been around for ages and it’s thankfully not going nowhere.  It’s such a simple way to add so much style to a look.  Especially if you’re more of a minimalist and don’t want busy prints and patterns, a simple colour block dress or skirt is the answer.  Just like that blue and white shirt dress that pops so much more than if it was plain blue or plain white.  You can create your own look too by pairing two solid colours together.  I’m loving the colour block look for mums and babies and definitely will be wearing…
  • 9 tips for flying long haul with children

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    24 Jun 2015 | 4:49 am
    With the Summer holidays coming up lots of us are planning a family holiday.  Even though we aren’t going away this Summer travel has always been a huge part of my childhood and adult life for as long as I can remember.  Even when Anya came along, we didn’t stop traveling.  In fact it was the opposite – we realised we just needed to plan a bit better but it was entirely doable.  We also didn’t let long-haul put us off.  She’s only six and has already been to places as far flung as Argentina and Uruguay, San Francisco, India and Nepal (lucky kid!).  Some of these…
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  • Tips For Planning Your 4th of July Festivities

    30 Jun 2015 | 7:30 pm
    The 4th of July is one of the biggest summer celebrations. If you're like me, you want to serve great food, plenty of drinks, games for the kids, games for the adults and delicious fruits to refresh everyone after the games. Hosting gatherings can get overwhelming. I have learned over the years to plan my summer celebrations and make lists to ensure I don't forget anything. Here's a few other tips:Plan Your Menu -Meats - If you're serving food that will take longer to cook, you should start cooking those foods on your grill or smoker at least an hour before the guest are scheduled to…
  • How To Host A Great Baby Shower

    28 Jun 2015 | 10:35 pm
    Thinking of hosting a baby shower for a relative or friend and don't know where to start or proper etiquette on how to host the event? Taking on the responsibility of hostess requires time, energy and creativity. It can become stressful if you're not organized or plan effectively.  I've hosted several baby showers over the years. Two for my daughter and several for family members.  I sure wish I had a few tips on how and when I should do various steps before I took on the responsibility. I put together a few tips for you on how to host a great baby shower. Here's my tips:…
  • Sunday's Best - #26

    27 Jun 2015 | 5:09 pm
    Welcome to Week 26 of  Mother 2 Mother's Sunday's Best Linkup.  We're continuing our Hail To The Red, White & Blue theme this week. It's the time of year to celebrate the Indepedence of our great country. There will be backyard BBQs, fireworks, cocktails, games and fun with family and friends. We would love for you to share your 4th of July recipes, cocktails, decorations, crafts and other patriotic ideas on Sunday's Best. We also welcome other recipes, crafts, DIY, home makeover and gardening tips, SEO and blogging information, sewing projects, patio and…
  • Beach Scrapbook Pages

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  • How To Improve Your Decision Making Skills

    26 Jun 2015 | 4:45 am
                                                                                                                  Decisions, decisions, decisions. Do you find yourself being indecisive with things in your life, and you don't know what direction to go in? Does the simplest tasks become monumental?  If going in circles has…
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  • Different Forms for Different Pages in WordPress

    Ashley Jackson
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:06 am
    Have you ever wanted different subscription forms for different pages or categories in your WordPress blog? Sidebars do not always have to contain the same content. From our perspective, changing a sidebar is useful if you have individual mailing lists for each category, and want to put the right subscription form in the right sidebar. I recently visited Wordcamp in North Canton, OH and discovered a powerful plugin that accomplishes this easily without extra PHP coding. Download the plugin “Widgets on Pages” and activate (although the plugin shows as not being updated in over 2…
  • Important New Feature: Ad Suppression Through Tagging

    Heather Solos
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:11 am
    This morning I realized that a key feature was missing from FeedBlitz’s monetization option. Premium FeedBlitz publishers should be able to suppress advertisements from their feeds and mailings without logging into FeedBlitz and making changes to their account. Sometimes we  have to write about things that are too personal, too important, or too sad for ads of any kind to be appropriate. As of today if a post is tagged or categorized as “noads” there will be no ad in that RSS entry or added by that post mailed as a stand alone mailing. You can apply “noads” as a…
  • No Support Today, Monday May 25 2015

    Phil Hollows
    25 May 2015 | 6:05 am
    Even FeedBlitz’s amazing support team needs a day off now and then, and so I’ve told them not to come to work today. For everyone else, please note that the offices are closed for the Memorial Day holiday here in the U.S.  Stay safe, enjoy the time off if you can, and we’ll be re-opening all bright eyed and bushy tailed first thing tomorrow. Phil        Related StoriesNo Phone Support Today, Tuesday, May 12th.Resolved: Overnight click-through issuesFeeds, Clicks and DNS Problems 
  • Hero Images, Thumbnails and Tumblr: RSS Subscriber Emails with Impact

    Phil Hollows
    13 May 2015 | 10:22 am
    Want your subscriber email blog updates to be more than a rehash of your blog posts? Splendid! Because now they can be, as the FeedBlitz EZ Template editor just keeps getting better. Want to extract your blog’s main photo and use it as a “hero image” at the top of your mailing for extra impact? Now you can. Perhaps you need thumbnails for daily or weekly digests with many posts? Done and done. In addition to adding more dynamic content such as pins from Pinterest, pictures from Instagram and (New!) the latest from Tumblr, we are now giving you much more flexibility in how…
  • No Phone Support Today, Tuesday, May 12th.

    Phil Hollows
    12 May 2015 | 3:45 am
    Telephone support will be unavailable today; live chat (from the top toolbar) and email support will still be available during east coast business hours, however. Phone support will be added back on Wednesday, May 13th.        Related StoriesNo Support Today, Monday May 25 2015Resolved: Overnight click-through issuesFeeds, Clicks and DNS Problems 
 
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  • How to Create a Stylish Nursery Without Lifting a Paint Brush

    Heather
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:03 pm
    Anyone else out there hate painting? Here are some stylish nursery tips for parents looking to liven up their nursery without a paint brush! Enjoy this appetizer? Indulge on the whole post! How to Create a Stylish Nursery Without Lifting a Paint Brush
  • Extra! Extra! Baby Formula Ditches GMO Ingredients

    Heather
    11 Jun 2015 | 10:14 pm
    Isn't it great to have options? This new infant formula is the holy grail for parents looking for non-gmo baby formula choices! Enjoy this appetizer? Indulge on the whole post! Extra! Extra! Baby Formula Ditches GMO Ingredients
  • Ron Swanson’s Top Tips for the Manliest Father’s Day Ever

    Heather
    5 Jun 2015 | 8:47 am
    Our men are worth celebrating. Here are over 20 ideas on how to take your manly man's first Father's Day to a whole new level of enjoyable testosterone. Enjoy this appetizer? Indulge on the whole post! Ron Swanson’s Top Tips for the Manliest Father’s Day Ever
  • Baby Sunscreen: The Smart Mama’s Guidebook

    Heather
    30 May 2015 | 1:32 pm
    Learn how to keep your baby's sensitive skin safe in the sun, and get a free label-hunting cheat sheet to help you with picking the perfect baby sunscreen. Enjoy this appetizer? Indulge on the whole post! Baby Sunscreen: The Smart Mama’s Guidebook
  • 4 Epic Mom Fails We’ve All Experienced (Or Will Eventually…)

    Heather
    22 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Misery loves company. We've all made mistakes, so what's better than reading about the mistakes others have made to feel better about your own? :-) Enjoy this appetizer? Indulge on the whole post! 4 Epic Mom Fails We’ve All Experienced (Or Will Eventually…)
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  • Creative Crib Placement Solutions

    Chantal Maddocks
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:51 am
    Making room for a new nursery can be like finding space in a Jenga puzzle.  Your space options are undoubtedly limited, but you need to squeeze the crib piece in somewhere.  So the big question is, where do you put the baby crib? Finding the perfect place for the crib is much more than just square footage.… Continue reading →The post Creative Crib Placement Solutions appeared first on Nursery Design Ideas and Parenting Advice | Baby Cafe.
  • 8 Must-Try Baby Nursery Hacks

    Chantal Maddocks
    2 Apr 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Many of you have seen the somewhat recent wave of Home Hacks that have swept the nation.  You may have seen it on home improvement commercials, you may have seen Hack My Life on tv, or perhaps the huge movement of IKEA Furniture Hacks all over Pinterest.  You can find a hack for just about… Continue reading →The post 8 Must-Try Baby Nursery Hacks appeared first on Nursery Design Ideas and Parenting Advice | Baby Cafe.
  • Unique DIY Nursery Decor to Start Off 2015!

    Chantal Maddocks
    19 Jan 2015 | 11:43 am
    Once again, Pinterest has captured my undivided attention all morning with a wave of DIY thirst I’ve been trying to quench!  Even though our 3rd is coming this week (YES this week!) and the nursery is all ready, I still can’t help myself from searching for unique DIY Nursery Decor ideas that involve repurposing items… Continue reading →The post Unique DIY Nursery Decor to Start Off 2015! appeared first on Nursery Design Ideas and Parenting Advice | Baby Cafe.
  • Baby Nursery FAQs for First-Time Parents

    Chantal Maddocks
    2 Jan 2015 | 12:06 pm
    Becoming a first-time parent is an incredible gift!  You experience so many “first-time” memories that are truly unforgettable, but many of us know that along with the joy comes the worries.  I’ve seen so many parents naturally go into worry-mode and really overwork themselves over the details.  Trust me, I’ve been there.  With all the… Continue reading →The post Baby Nursery FAQs for First-Time Parents appeared first on Nursery Design Ideas and Parenting Advice | Baby Cafe.
  • Last Minute Nursery Design Tips

    Chantal Maddocks
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Help!!!!  You’re in your 3rd trimester and still haven’t put together the baby nursery.  Why in the world would you wait that long?  Don’t worry, this is a safe, non-judgmental space… There are many reasons why parents wait until the third trimester to get the nursery ready.  It could be for financial reasons, because they… Continue reading →The post Last Minute Nursery Design Tips appeared first on Nursery Design Ideas and Parenting Advice | Baby Cafe.
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  • 2 Very Unique and Fun Baby Shower Games You’d Never Think to Play at a Baby Shower!

    Jennifer K
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:42 pm
    Baby shower games cannot involve activities that are too strenuous or too tiring, especially since the expecting mother is encouraged to participate in them. The game master needs to make sure that the celebrant (the pregnant woman) stay comfortable while...
  • Simple and Stress-free Game Ideas for Baby Showers

    Jennifer K
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Baby showers are celebrations of new life, even before the expecting mother gives birth. These parties are usually attended by her female relatives and friends, although men are also welcome to join in the festivities. One of the most common...
  • Baby Tunes Trivia Game For Baby Showers

    Jennifer K
    18 Aug 2014 | 10:01 am
    Baby Tunes Trivia (or Name that Baby Tune, if you prefer!) is such a great game to play at baby showers. It’s simple and fun, and because it’s played with music, it adds a special touch that really helps the...
  • What Baby Shower Games Should You Play? Tips For Planning Games Successfully

    Jennifer K
    29 Jul 2014 | 10:12 am
    Deciding what baby shower games to play at a baby shower can be a little overwhelming, and adds a slightly increased amount of stress to planning a shower without games. No matter how you decide to proceed with planning the...
  • Choosing Baby Shower Games

    Jennifer K
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:33 pm
    Baby showers have been a tradition for a long time now. Chances are high you’ve attended at least one in your lifetime. The chances are even higher that won’t be the only one you attend. If a close friend or...
 
 
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  • Solving the Mystery of The High Needs Puzzle

    Holly
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    I’ve heard several people refer to “the high needs puzzle”, and it’s a term I’m growing to use and love more and more. Too often, we’re told that there is one, singular reason why our baby or toddler is fussy or high need. Some of the suggested reasons are that: You’re spoiling your baby You let him cry too much/not enough She’s reacting to a food in your diet or is allergic to her formula She’s suffering from acid reflux He’s not getting enough sleep You’re holding him too much She has a lip or tongue tie While any of these…
  • Chrissy’s Story: Colic, Guilt and Postpartum Depression

    Holly
    3 Jun 2015 | 2:27 pm
    My story starts before my little girl was born. Man, she was a character even in my belly. She was ALWAYS moving in there! And boy, did she give my ribs and bladder a work out; being so petite (she was born 6lbs 6ozs pretty much right on time) she had neverending room to play. The further into my pregnancy I got though, the worse I felt emotionally. We had planned this baby, we had been happily married for about 2 years and were excited. But something felt different starting late in my second trimester. When I brought this up to my doctor, I was told that since I was not suicidal that they…
  • Is Your Child Desperately Overtired? Overcoming a Sleep Deficit With a High Needs Child

    Holly
    18 May 2015 | 5:30 pm
    By Diana Julian, certified child sleep consultant and owner of Big Sky Lullaby Sleep Consulting If you are a parent of a high need child, I don’t have to tell you that when your child is tired their challenging temperament becomes even more challenging. This is because they are more sensitive to stimulation, so if their body needs to sleep and they are being stimulated it will cause extreme overtired behavior. This can have a snowball effect and turn into a chronic sleep deficit. The good news is this can be turned around. How to Reverse a Chronic Sleep Deficit Establishing healthy sleep…
  • The Gift of the Not-So-Easy Baby

    Holly
    7 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    “It’s not walking away when a mirror is held up in front of you and you see how much you are ruled by the expectations of society instead of what your desires are and the needs of your family.” A few months into my parenting journey, this quote from Mayim Bialik really hit home for me. My daughter is my mirror, the most beautiful and enlightening mirror I’ve ever encountered, and we’ve spent the last year and a half studying each other intently. She isn’t the mirror I expected. For reasons I’ve discovered were very much misguided, I expected my baby to come…
  • Is My Baby Colicky or High Needs?

    Holly
    2 Feb 2015 | 4:18 pm
    One of the tricky parts of running this site is constantly trying not to scare new parents into thinking their colicky baby is going to turn into a ‘high need’ baby! If you’re new to the all day/all night crying, screaming, fussing, non-sleeping scene, all the terms you’ll read on this site (and others) can be confusing: Colic High need/high needs baby Difficult baby Active/Alert baby Spirited Child/high spirited baby Highly-sensitive baby If you have a newborn who cries frequently and is just generally grumpy or discontent, it’s terrifying to think this could be…
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  • Bra Extenders – The SECRET to a comfortable pregnancy bra

    Jess Miller
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:05 pm
    There is nothing like the perfect fitting comfortable bra. If you have ever been fit with the perfect bra then you will know that it feels like the heavens have opened up and the bra gods are shining their light on you you. And only you. I have a disturbing suspicion that my orgasm face vaguely resembles my comfortable bra face. If you have never had this experience then my heart weeps for you. I strongly suggest you get yourself professionally fitted. The results will bring tears of joy to your eyes. There are only two circumstances where I would ever let go of a comfortable fitting bra: If…
  • Baby car seat covers: Keep your baby comfortable no matter what season

    Jess Miller
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:15 pm
    A car seat cover is a canopy that sits over your baby’s car seat or infant carrier (like a shower cap). Your baby will be safe and sound in his own portable tent, oblivious to the outside world, leaving you free to worry about more important stuff. In the Guide Why parents love car seat covers Different types of baby car seat covers 8 of the best baby car seat covers… For summer For winter For wet weather To keep bugs out Many parents use what is known as a travel stroller system as their stroller. In this particular type of stroller, your baby’s car seat is also his stroller seat.
  • Sleep Sacks: The best sleep solution for wiggly babies

    Jess Miller
    28 Jun 2015 | 9:33 pm
    Pop quiz: What do you get if you combine: The construction and comfort of a sleeping bag… with the softness and light material weight of a baby blanket? Stumped? The answer is a sleep sack … A what? A sleep sack is essentially a wearable blanket and will look very similar to this: You may be looking at this and thinking: Great, another useless piece of baby gear I will buy once and never use. I used to feel the same way. But then I tried one. And I was hooked… In the Guide Why I love nursing sacks? Advantages of sleep sacks Different types of sleep sacks The 6 Best sleep sacks Cheap…
  • Nursing Covers: The best way to secretly breastfeed in public

    Jess Miller
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:35 am
    I just don’t know how some moms do it. They whip IT out without shame. They don’t care whether they are on a crowded bus or in the middle of a busy street. They flash IT around and don’t care if people stare. Some even go so far as to tell friends and family to take a closer look. I can’t do this. You see, I am a breast feeder and the “IT” I am talking about is a baby bottle. Fortunately, I have a secret weapon. A nursing cover. In the Guide What is a nursing cover? How to choose a nursing cover The 8 best nursing covers Canopy nursing covers Wearable nursing covers If you…
  • The 7 best shoes EVERY pregnant mom needs

    Jess Miller
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:10 pm
    The perfect shoe can feel like a gift from the heavens. Imagine; walking around without the feeling of any aches or pains, even with a baby bump… One can dream. Guess what? The perfect pregnancy shoe exists and with this guide you may just be able to find it. Contents Can you wear heels while pregnant? Suitable shoes for pregnancy Qualities to look for when choosing a maternity shoe The 7 best pregnancy shoes Casual shoes Work shoes Athletic shoes Boots Summer shoes and sandals Chances are that you already have accumulated a large collection of shoes for every occasion. Do you really need…
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  • 8 Facts About SIDS + How To Protect Your Baby

    admin
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:07 am
    For anyone having a child, one of the scariest terms you frequently hear being talked about is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (also referred to as “crib death”). And while there is plenty to be worried about, fortunately, there is also reason for optimism. Not only have we provided facts about SIDS, but we’ll also give you tips on how to reduce the risk of the condition, while giving you some baby sleep tips at the end. So, what is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)? It seems easy to say that the term is self-explanatory, but really there is still an insufficient knowledge of…
  • 6 Best Waterproof Crib Mattress Pads

    admin
    5 May 2015 | 12:41 pm
    When you’re looking for the best waterproof crib mattress pads, there are several things you are going to want to know. For many of us, it’s a matter of simply looking for something cheap and serviceable, while for others it’s more of a choice of durability and efficacy. Products aren’t always what they’re built up to be, which is why our waterproof crib mattress pad reviews are based on feedback from actual parents who own these pads. Click Here to Skip Down to the Reviews BENEFITS OF A WATERPROOF CRIB MATTRESS PAD Unlike the limited benefits of choosing a crib…
  • Infographic – How To Save Big In Your Baby’s First Year

    admin
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:25 pm
    Parents will spend just about $10,000 on your baby in its first year alone, according to an exclusive BabyCenter survey. Ouch! That’s gonna hurt a bit more for those of us not making Obstetrician money. For the rest of us, that means coming up with a plan to keep some of that money in our pockets. How to do that involves knowing the costs up front, creating a savings plan and sticking to it. Below you’ll find user-generated figures from been-there-done-that Mommy Bloggers to Investopedia and Mint.com. Check it out. And if you find it valuable, we’d appreciate if you shared it to those…
  • 20 Best Baby Walkers Reviewed – Traditional and Sit to Stand

    admin
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:25 pm
    If you’re looking for opinions on the best baby walker on the market, you’ve stopped by the right place. With multiple options to choose from, there is no doubt that you will find the right one for your toddler. You want a walker with a busy activity center? They’ve got them. You want one with minimal stimulation, but plenty of space to add your own toys? They’ve got those, too. We probably all had walkers as children… well, most of us anyway. They are notorious for being a child’s first walking assistant and, not to mention, the joy they bring to a child…
  • 10 Free Apps For Toddlers + Bonus App

    admin
    26 Mar 2015 | 8:52 am
    Technology plays such a huge role in our lives today by making things convenient and entertaining. In an effort to help mothers and fathers get a better grip on parenting, we’ve compiled a list of the best free apps for toddlers. These aren’t essentials by any means, however, they are guaranteed to add tons of value to the enormous task of parenting. When did you last feed your baby, how can I get her to calm down, where’s the nearest bathroom so I can change my baby? You’re going to come upon these issues sooner or later and, guess what? There’s an App for…
 
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  • Baby Safety: 5 Of Our Favourite Baby Proofing Products

    berryblogger
    26 Jun 2015 | 4:45 am
    As parents, we all know about the importance of baby safety and baby proofing our homes. As soon as your little one gets moving it suddenly feels like your house is one big danger zone! Things we never, ever thought could be dangerous before we had kids suddenly become exactly that. Safely and successfully baby proofing your home can seem overwhelming. But with the right products and advice, your home will be safe for your munchkin to crawl and toddle around in. Check out this list of 5 of our favourite baby proofing products! NUMBER 1 Lindam’s Sure Shut safety gate has a 4 point pressure…
  • Beaba Babycook Original Makes Homemade Baby Food A Breeze

    berryblogger
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:02 am
    More and more mothers these days are foregoing store bought baby food and choosing instead to prepare their baby’s food at home. Homemade baby food allows mums complete control regarding what goes into their baby’s body and that’s obviously a great thing! Making homemade baby food doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming. The Beaba Babycook Original makes the process quick and easy. We think that’s fantastic! The Beaba Babycook Original has 4 functions: steam, blend, defrost and re-heat making it super multi-functional. And the food is ready in 15 minutes…
  • Why We Love… Aden and Anais Swaddles

    berryblogger
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:19 am
    This gorgeous, huge and versatile swaddling muslin is a must for any new mother! We think this is one of the best products out there!  It’s so versatile and if you are not into traditional swaddling, fear not, this muslin has tons of other uses!  You can use it as a blanket or as a simple wrap for your baby.  You can use it as a shade on the front of the buggy or as a simple play mat on the ground if you are out and about.  You can also use it as a changing mat if needs be.  It is big enough to cover you when you are out feeding in public places or you can throw it over your shoulder…
  • 5 Essential Breastfeeding Tips

    berryblogger
    21 Jun 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Statistics from the Department Of Health show that around 74% of mums breastfeed at birth, with rates dropping to below 50% by the 6-8 week check. Breastfeeding is a unique experience.  It’s natural, free and often empowering.  Let’s be honest here though, it is not an easy journey for many. Here are 5 breastfeeding tips to help you on your way Expect The Unexpected Lansinoh HPA Lanolin Cream Breastfeeding can and most probably will hurt at some point.  Let’s get that on the table.  It does get better.  Use nipple cream like the ever popular Lansinoh HPA Lanolin Cream, cotton bras…
  • Father’s Day Vouchers From You To Your Love

    berryblogger
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:25 am
    The countdown is on for Father’s Day! As a mum to a little one, we’re sure you’re pressed for time and buying your partner a Father’s Day present is still on your to do list. At BerryClever, we think that oftentimes, the best presents are free. The gift of time, sleep or an afternoon off is likely just the thing that your partner is craving. So we’re here to help! We’ve put together 5 fantastic Father’s Day vouchers that your partner will love. Father’s Day Vouchers What father doesn’t dream of a nappy free day! No mess no stress. Need we…
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  • 5 Things to Consider Before Choosing Child Care

    Baby Monitor
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:27 am
    When I first found out I was going to be a mom, words couldn’t describe how excited I was. I got giddy at every doctor’s appointment and found myself surfing the web for hours looking for the perfect crib bedding and adorable baby boy outfits. But, when it came time to consider child care, things became less fun and to put it bluntly, I became anxious, worried, mess! There is so much to think about if you have to put your baby into the hands of others. Read on to learn about five questions you need to ask yourself before you place your child with someone else. Should I do Homecare?
  • VTech Kidizoom SmartWatch Review

    Baby Monitor
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:11 am
    As a parent, I’m always looking for new items that keep my baby busy. At seven months old, I try to put my laptop, Kindle, and cell phone in front of him from time to time to familiarize him with technology. And, with excitement: whenever he sees these devices his face lights up and his hands grasp for the objects. In fact, as an educator I am aware that in the future there will be an overwhelming demand for college graduates who are educated in the computer science field. There will be approximately 1.5 million of these jobs available, but only about 500,000 graduates to fill them.  Now,…
  • 4 Things You Must Know About the First Year of Parenthood

    Ben Lee
    12 Jun 2015 | 1:25 am
    I’ve always considered myself a prepared, organized person. As a child, I made sure my bedroom was always clean and lined my stuffed animals in color order. In high school, I always had my projects completed a week in advance. As an adult, my bills are always paid on time (in fact, paid before their due date) and in case of a weather emergency, my pantry is always filled with bottles of water, batteries, candles, and cans of food. So, when I first became pregnant, I thought to myself; “Parenthood is going to be a snap!” I was overly cocky that I knew everything there was to know about…
  • What You Need To Know About Philips AVENT Baby Monitors

    Baby Monitor
    6 May 2015 | 4:38 am
    Baby monitors, they’re not all created equally and yes, some are better than others. If you’re in the market for a baby monitor, one brand to check out is those made by Phillips AVENT. This manufacturer actually has quite a few different options to choose from. To see if any of them are what you’re searching for, keep on reading because this article is going to focus on and offer an in-depth review of each one of the Phillips AVENT Baby Monitors that are currently available. DECT Baby Monitor If you’re looking for a simple, easy to use baby monitor, then this…
  • An Evaluation on the Gynoii WiFi Video Baby Monitor

    Baby Monitor
    1 May 2015 | 1:11 am
    If you want to be able to catch every moment of your infant’s activities when you’re not in the same room as him or her, then the Gynoii WiFi Video Baby Monitor is the ideal monitor for you. It features extremely advanced technology and can even be used as an option for doing video surveillance, that’s how sophisticated it is. Now you might be pondering how can a baby monitor be that advanced? Well, to find out, keep your attention here because this piece of writing is going to provide an in-depth evaluation on this baby monitoring selection. GynoiiWiFi Video Baby Monitor…
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  • Why Amber Teething Necklaces Are Dangerous and a Scam

    MomTricks Jen
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:05 pm
    They're the latest craze in the crunchy mama circles. You may have heard of them: magical necklaces that are supposed to relieve teething pain and make it all-around a more tolerable experience. Supermodel Gisele Bündchen posted a photo to her Instagram showing her son wearing a teething necklace, generating a storm of comments and attention. ... Read more The post Why Amber Teething Necklaces Are Dangerous and a Scam appeared first on MomTricks.
  • 7 Easy Ways To Help Your Congested Infant Right Now

    MomTricks Jen
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:26 pm
    There's nothing more heartbreaking than hearing your infant sniffle and struggle to breathe when they have a cold. Here's how to help them. The post 7 Easy Ways To Help Your Congested Infant Right Now appeared first on MomTricks.
  • Can Pregnant Women Eat That? 35+ Food Questions Answered

    MomTricks Jen
    1 Jun 2015 | 10:13 am
    For a happy, healthy, yummy pregnancy. The post Can Pregnant Women Eat That? 35+ Food Questions Answered appeared first on MomTricks.
  • New Mom's Guide: Everything Your Baby Nursery Needs

    MomTricks Jen
    25 May 2015 | 11:07 am
    Putting together a nursery is so much fun. The post New Mom's Guide: Everything Your Baby Nursery Needs appeared first on MomTricks.
  • The 5 Best Natural Bug Sprays For Babies (Non-Toxic & Safe!)

    MomTricks Jen
    12 May 2015 | 5:48 pm
    Most bug repellents contain DEET: a nasty chemical you want nowhere near your child! See my favorite 5 natural bug spray alternatives. The post The 5 Best Natural Bug Sprays For Babies (Non-Toxic & Safe!) appeared first on MomTricks.
 
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  • Woo Hoo! We Have Won an Award

    24 Jun 2015 | 1:09 pm
    I thought it was just a lovely normal Wednesday - dropping Dylan off at school, taking Felix to the park, working on my website and a million and one other things I need to do everyday. Then out of the blue I got an email from the lovely folks at Mumpreneur UK Ltd saying I had won one of their Bronze Website Awards. Nominated websites are judged by a panel of independent industry professionals who consider all aspects of a site including design, navigation and ease of use. Chuffed? Us? Too rig...
  • Splish Splash

    14 Jun 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Very exciting day today as our 5-year-old swam by himself for the first time! Our house is brimming with swimming paraphernalia - armbands, swim vests, floats, noodles - but as of today our eldest can forget about them. Saturday afternoon swimming lessons have built up his confidence and this morning when we went to the local pool as a family, my son cast aside his float and was doggy paddling away by himself! A lovely memory for his keepsake box. ...
  • Tiddlywinks Baby Gifts Star In Own Comic Strip

    31 May 2015 | 3:44 pm
    How creative are we on this Sunday evening? We have put together a cute little comic strip with Tiddlywinks Baby Gifts in the starring role! Check out our two lunching ladies discussing the perfect new baby gift.   ...
  • Baby Essentials

    11 May 2015 | 1:34 am
    What to buy for your baby or toddler? The amount of baby gear available is staggering and on first inspection it all seem to be things you can't live without. Apart from my baby keepsake boxes (obviously!), my top 3 incredibly useful baby products are: 1. Aqua Pod - fantastic for bathing baby and big brother at the same time! 2. Back carrier - superb walks in the countryside with baby riding up high on Daddy's back. Plenty of room for storing wipes, coats etc as well. 3. Travel bo...
  • There's a New Royal In Town

    2 May 2015 | 6:45 am
    The wait is over and we have a new princess! Congratulations to William and Kate and, of course, big brother George. If you would like to treat your new little princess to a regal gift our pink themed keepsake box is the ideal choice. Our boxes are spacious enough to store baby's first crown and any other treasures from your own special little royal!    ...
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