Author: Sara Beecher

A simple guide to toilet training your child

A simple guide to toilet training your child

Toilet training your child is a big step in them becoming more independent from your care, and it can seem daunting on where to start! Preparation: On average a child will be around 2 years old when they are ready to start learning toilet training. A solid routine must be […]

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6 First Trimester Pregnancy Hacks

6 First Trimester Pregnancy Hacks

If you have recently discovered you are pregnant, then prepare for a roller coaster ride of emotional ups and downs, random persistent nausea and strangers offering unsolicited advice. The first trimester can be a confusing time, especially if you’ve never been pregnant before. Here are the top hacks for getting […]

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5 top methods for weaning your baby off a dummy

5 top methods for weaning your baby off a dummy

It has come to that time when you feel you want to remove your baby’s habit from sucking a dummy. Maybe it’s you are worried about his/her teeth later on, or you just simply think it’s their time to grow out of it. Hint: The earlier you do it, the […]

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How to Get Pregnant Faster

How to Get Pregnant Faster

Schedule a pre-conception doctor visit. Before you and your partner officially start trying to get pregnant, you should both get a regular checkup. Have a discussion with your doctor about prenatal vitamins and the benefits of folic acid. Folic acid is one of the most important vitamins to prevent some […]

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The 6 Best Yoga Poses for Pregnant Women

The 6 Best Yoga Poses for Pregnant Women

Yoga is a perfect exercise for pregnant women. The ancient discipline achieves good health through stretching, toning, proper posture and breathing. Yoga can help the body stay in alignment, which alleviates tension in muscles and joints. Breathing exercises can be very helpful for pregnant women, as can stretching, since women […]

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Five top ways to safely fly with your child onboard an airplane

Five top ways to safely fly with your child onboard an airplane

It’s easy to dismiss this by thinking you will avoid using an airplane with your children, but sometimes unexpected situations can crop up where you don’t have a choice. To prevent a nightmare scenario of putting up with their screams, intolerance, or loudness then it is probably a good idea […]

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