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Power Your Pregnancy! Enter to Win a Yeah Baby by Jillian Michaels Prize Pack!

This post and giveaway is sponsored by Rodale Books. I can’t believe we’re almost done with 2016, as we prepare for a new year that means Health & FITNESS season is almost upon us. We know there are a lot of mommy readers, both pregnant and not so we thought...
Posted On 30 Nov 2016

How to Clean Your Baby’s Toys without Harmful Chemicals

We all want our baby’s toys to be clean and safe: but the very act of trying to get rid of everyday germs could make your child’s toys more potentially harmful to their health than ordinary dirt. Read on to find out how to keep your baby safe, healthy, and happy. The risks  Using...
Posted On 02 Nov 2016

What to Expect When You’re Expecting and Tips for Dealing with Stress During a Post-Miscarriage Pregnancy

Thank you Workman Publishing, for sponsoring this post. Pick up your copy of the new fifth edition What To Expect When You’re Expecting anywhere books are sold.  Even the most perfect, healthy pregnancy can be stressful, but for someone who has experienced a previous miscarriage,...
Posted On 25 Aug 2016

How To Prepare Your Kids For Nursery Admission

The admission in the nursery school is the first step for your kids for his journey towards education. Due to the huge competition now days, your kids may have to provide a lot of efforts to obtain admission in the best schools. Now, how can you prepare your child to get...
Posted On 22 Aug 2016

3 Challenges In Motherhood You Need to be Prepared For

Becoming a mother is a gift that is full of rewarding moments as well as difficult challenges. Depending on the age of the child, the range of challenges can be quite broad, but some of the tactics of dealing with this obstacles remain the same. This article will cover some major...
Posted On 15 Aug 2016

Educating Your Children in the Modern Day

The world today is much different than it was a few decades ago. The explosion of computer technology has completely transformed nearly every aspect of modern life. This has led to an even faster-paced society that threatens to overwhelm children. The overflow of information they...
Posted On 10 Aug 2016

Teaching Your Kids Generosity

“Mine!” is one of the most dreaded words in a toddler’s vocabulary. One day, your little cherub is all smiles and giggles, but the next day he won’t let you touch anything because it all belongs to him. Say goodbye to your shoes, your phone, the TV remote, and anything else...
Posted On 19 Jul 2016

Finding the Right School for Your Troubled Teen

It’s a rare teen who sails through school with no bumps along the way, but some kids have it harder than others. What do you do when your teen is getting miserable grades, being disruptive in class, and wreaking havoc on the family at home? Whether the behavior is caused by...
Posted On 30 Jun 2016

6 Ways Awesome Parents Make Their Teens Anxiety & Depression Worse

Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. It’s a common enough phrase, and for good reason. From the moment that little baby is born and to the end of your life you will be raising, worrying, and educating that ball of joy and potential. When we see our teen in...
Posted On 23 Jun 2016

4 Service Projects to Teach Your Kids the Gift of Giving

One of the goals of good parents is to raise their children to be responsible, caring adults. They try to use the events of the day to teach lessons about how to be respectful to themselves and to others. Children enjoy having a lot of things and may not realize that there are...
Posted On 12 May 2016

4 Best IPhone Apps For Baby Shopping Products

Shopping for baby products can be a tough task, and parents-to-be often appreciate every bit of help that they can get. An iPhone is useful for a whole variety of things, and you might be surprised to know that there’s several apps available to assist you with your baby...
Posted On 11 Apr 2016

Capture Your Baby’s Moments and Keep an Eye on Your Little One with VTech VM343 Video Monitor

When Sienna was born, we used regular, basic baby monitors. They worked, but I was not a fan of not knowing what was going on her room when she was making noise – Was she crying because her leg was stuck in her crib rails (yes, she had that happen a few times!)? Was she...
Posted On 08 Feb 2016