Month: July 2018

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For Mama
Parenting

Labor and Delivery How to Say No to Extra Guests

While I was pregnant for the first time there were a lot of decisions I had to make. What doctor was I going to? Where would the baby be born? How did I want to deliver? Was I getting an epidural? Would I deliver all natural? Each of these decisions have their own set of […]

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Adult Education
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5 Things to Never Say to Another Mom

There are so many facets of motherhood that are so foreign until you truly experience them. Mom shame is one that I’ve been in awe about in the 2.5 years since I’ve been a mother. There are some things we should never say to another mom. Although living as a mom, dealing with judgment, shame, […]

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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid Handling Your Baby’s 4 Month Sleep Regression

Oh the dreaded 4-month sleep regression. As you shut the door to your beautiful baby’s bedroom, you breathe a sweet sigh of relief. Finally….you got your little one to drift off into dreamland. As you tiptoe away, all of a sudden you hear a little cry. And this cycle continues for what seems like hours…..at […]

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Crafts & Activities
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5 + Fun and Unique Fine Motor Skill Activities for Kids

Since becoming a mother there are so many things I did not understand in child development. One is how often a child can focus so much on one skill, sometimes to the detriment of others. My daughter is 2.5 years old and loves all things that work on her gross motor skills. She loves jumping, […]

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10 Outstanding Deals on School Supplies to Help Out Your Kid’s Teachers

Back to school is approaching and as parents we should be providing for our children. The argument is out there, back to school is expensive, the supplies are expensive, which is true, but we also have teachers out their spending so much on our children, to teach our children, to make sure they have supplies […]

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Positivity

How to Remain a Positive Parent and Ignore the Judgment

No matter how often we say, “I do not judge,” we cannot truly avoid it. Why? Because everyone does it. Everyone judges, everyone observes the world around them and passes judgment on events, beliefs, practices, and chooses to agree with them or not to. It is right for us as parents to understand how we […]

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