Author: Sara Beecher

Marriage Communication After Baby: 4 Tips for Discussing Household Chores

Marriage Communication After Baby: 4 Tips for Discussing Household Chores

One of the happiest moments of your life is the day you bring your first (or second, or third) baby home from the hospital. In the days and months ahead, you will experience incredible highs and moments you will remember for the rest of your life. That’s the good stuff. […]

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How to Baby-Proof Your Home

How to Baby-Proof Your Home

If you have an infant, it may seem too soon to start baby-proofing your home, since your child is still learning how to lift his or her head. But child development happens quickly. One day your baby can’t lift her head and the next day she has already learned to […]

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How to safely introduce your toddler to a swimming pool

How to safely introduce your toddler to a swimming pool

It can be an anxious task with the mere thought on how to safely introduce your baby/toddler to a swimming pool. But it’s not as hard as you think if you know the right and safe way to let your toddler learn to swim. Warning: A baby should be over […]

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5 Ways to Use Baby Talk to Build Language Skills

5 Ways to Use Baby Talk to Build Language Skills

The phrase “baby talk” has negative connotations, suggesting that when we engage with babies who have not yet learned to talk, we sound silly. Some people even suggest that we are talking to babies more for ourselves than for them, since babies can’t get anything out of baby talk anyway. […]

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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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