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Why We’ve Decided to Hire a Baby Sleep Consultant

When Sienna was 7 months old, her sleep patterns went from decent to almost unmanageable. She woke up 6+ times a night, and I was exhausted. This lasted until she was 11 months old, and almost as quickly as it started, it stopped. At 11 months old we decided to try sleep...
Posted On 14 Dec 2015

10 Props that Any Newborn Photographer Should Have

More and more families are becoming interested in newborn baby photography. As a result, more photographers are also starting to focus on that specialization. What has been found is that the best Los Angeles newborn photographer can be recognized, in part, thanks to the props...
Posted On 26 Nov 2015

A Tasty And Easy Way For Moms To Chews To Help Your Baby Grow!

The decision to start a family or have another baby is such an important and exciting moment in our lives. There are so many things to prepare for and think about from baby names, to baby room decor… at least these are the things that we often discuss.  However, the most...
Posted On 18 Nov 2015

Super Mom Duties: Spending a Vacation Abroad with the Kids

Spending your holiday vacation abroad? Very exciting! Spending your holiday vacation abroad with your kids? Oh well, it can be a lot of work! But still very exciting! Doing it for the first time? You might as well change your outfit into a super mom outfit because it will require...
Posted On 16 Nov 2015

A-Durable Gifts, Teaching Tools and Mementos: Fun Family Laminator Projects

Many people own them, but they don’t realize the uses for a laminator are practically endless. They make great decorations and gifts, and they’re also gifts in and of themselves. Here are just some of the projects you can do with friends, and family – even with your kids....
Posted On 31 Oct 2015

Positive Parenting: Commonsense Steps for Raising Future Law-Abiding Citizens

We witness a tremendous amount of diversity when it comes to parenting styles and whilst some children grow up to become pillars of society, others seem to attract trouble and seem to frequently end up in hot water. These contrasting results can often be influenced by positive...
Posted On 27 Oct 2015

Children and Water: Age by Age Swimming Safety Strategies for Parents and Caregivers

Children and water do mix, but you have to mix them in a very particular way. Here’s how to teach them how to swim, respect the waves, and how to keep them safe, always. For Children Under 1: Children under 1 year don’t need to be swimming – not in the usual sense. Rather,...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015

Comfort and Joy: Smart Steps to Keep Babies Safe During the Holiday Season

The holidays are quickly approaching and there’s still a million things to do.  Stop!  That’s the train of thought that creates holes in logic and creates hasty decisions that possibly injure small loved ones.  While hurriedly decorating, you may present a number of dangers for...
Posted On 14 Oct 2015

From Playtime to Bedtime: Tips for Dressing Active Children in the Wintertime

Kids have a lot of energy.  It doesn’t matter if it’s incredibly hot or unbearably cold outside.  Regardless of weather and conditions, kids love to go out and play.  However, their parents know better than to let them go outside without the proper clothing.  Winter time is...
Posted On 09 Oct 2015

Time For A Baby: Is Surrogacy the Right Option for You?

No woman likes to hear that she will not be able to conceive a child, however if you are facing the prospect of infertility, this does not mean that you can never become a parent. In fact, there are a number of parenting options available to you, including adoption and surrogacy....
Posted On 08 Oct 2015

New Parents Survival Tips and Sam’s Club New Parent Survival Kit

This post was sponsored by Sam‘s Club, however, the text and opinions are all my own. Having a baby is shocking to our systems in so many ways. There’s the physical aspects – your body goes through a whole lot of stress giving birth and recovering, and you may...
Posted On 25 Sep 2015

How Gerber’s 3rd Foods Lil Bits Help Babies Learn to Chew Textured Foods

Thank you to Gerber for sponsoring this post; all content and opinions are my own. One of the most stressful things for me when I was a new mom was starting solids (and bath time, but that’s a whole different story!). I was worried about everything from what foods to...
Posted On 14 Aug 2015