Month: July 2015

Dealing with Mood Changes

Dealing with Mood Changes

Learning to decode and understand your child’s moods is a vital part of being a mom or dad. A bad day at school, or an incident at the playground can leave your child feeling stressed out and quite unhappy. Unlike adults, who can cope with the troubles of life much […]

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First Aid Response 101

First Aid Response 101

So you’re a first time parent and you’re trying to get everything under control! You’ve got everything figured out but now your child has cut themselves with a pair of scissors or has hurt themselves in some way. You see blood and your initial reaction is to completely freak out! […]

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Olivia Wilde: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Olivia Wilde: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

With the ALS ice bucket challenge taking over the Internet as of recent, we’ve had to sit through numerous video clips of our friends, friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends dumping buckets of ice unto their heads. We’ll be honest, if it weren’t for a good cause […]

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Keep Baby Cool this Summer!

Keep Baby Cool this Summer!

Keeping baby cool over the course of the hot summer months is a very important essential to parenting. It can be confusing for many new parents how exactly to keep baby from over heating. Figuring out how to dress them in appropriate outfits to keep them from burning in the […]

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Helping Baby Ditch the Bottle

Helping Baby Ditch the Bottle

Weaning your baby off the bottle can be a process, especially if they have become attached to it. Many experts note that by 6 to 9 months of age, most babies are ready to ditch the bottle and move on up to Sippy cups. By the time your child has […]

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