Your Pre-Baby Bucket List
Apr08

Your Pre-Baby Bucket List

If you’ve started to share your happy pregnancy news with family and friends, chances are you’ve heard a ton of advice.  “Sleep while you can!” “Your life will never be the same!” “You’ve got to start thinking about pre-schools right away.” Yes, you may be told to start researching preschools before you’ve even decided on an OBGYN. The wonderful world of pregnancy advice is full of clichés and overstatements. However, there is...

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8 Tips for Breast Pumping Success When Returning to the Workforce
Feb29

8 Tips for Breast Pumping Success When Returning to the Workforce

Every breastfeeding mom who returns to the workforce has some trepidations about pumping at work. What if they give me a hard time in the office? What if I spill breast milk all over my pants and don’t have spare ones?  We’ve been there, trust me. There are certain issues that new moms encounter when they go back to work and pump. It’s a challenge, but it’s totally manageable and a super admirable thing to do. After all, breast...

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12 Ways to Keep Your Kids Healthy This Cold and Flu Season
Jan22

12 Ways to Keep Your Kids Healthy This Cold and Flu Season

Let’s face it: Kids are walking germ magnets. They touch things they shouldn’t, put things in their mouths, and sneeze on each other with reckless abandon. Keeping kids away from germs is an impossible task, but you can take comfort in knowing there are steps you can take to reduce their exposure to germs and boost their immune systems, which will make them (and in turn, you) less susceptible to illness. Here are 12 ways to help keep...

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5 Ways to Play Inside With Your Kids This Winter
Jan07

5 Ways to Play Inside With Your Kids This Winter

Wintertime can be tough on a family. When young kids are stuck inside because the weather is cold, snowy or just plain dreary and wet, they’ll most likely end up with a case of cabin fever. You know it when you hear it — whining, bickering and letting loose the most dreaded sound of all: “I’m bored!” Fear not! I’m here to give you 5 Ways to Play Inside with your Kids this Winter.  Though you may have a million chores...

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Teething Toddlers and How to Deal
Dec16

Teething Toddlers and How to Deal

Teething and the terrible twos: every parent’s nightmare combination. Just as your child is beginning to test their limits and discover their independence, new teething troubles arise to exacerbate an already difficult phase. Incisor and canine eruptions have nothing on the molars. Their broad size and multiple edges make molars the most painful tooth-cutting experience to date for toddlers. Let’s talk about teething...

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