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The Best Two Words My OB/GYN Said To Me

A large part of having a smooth and enjoyable pregnancy is finding an OB/GYN who has similar expectations and a compatible personality with yours. Maybe you’re an expecting mom who wants to know every detail throughout your pregnancy and need to have a deep interpersonal connection with your doctor, that’s perfectly fine. Or, maybe, you’re […]

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My Breastfeeding Journey To Formula Freedom

Formula feeding has had a bad rap ever since the ridiculous movement “Breast Is Best” started in 1999, claiming that breastfeeding is the best (and only) way to feed your baby. This slogan provided an utterly one-sided view on feeding a baby, but it was also a bunch of crap. There is no denying that […]

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Stay-At-Home Moms trying to find peace like everyone else during COVID19 self isolation

Stay-At-Home Moms: We Didn’t “Sign Up” For This Either

Stay-At-Home Moms have been told they are surviving self isolation better because they’re used to being home. It’s not true. Whether you are a parent who stays home or one who goes to work, your old routine has been disrupted. No one has it easier than the rest.

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5 Reasons I Didn’t Have A Traditional Baby Shower

Are baby showers as we knew them becoming irrelevant? I think so. A baby shower can be an enjoyable experience for expecting moms. You’re literally showered with love and affection by all of your close girlfriends and family members. Originally, baby showers would be hosted by the expecting moms’ mother, aunt, or best friend. In […]

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Parents Slow Down, Toddlers Have Tiny Legs

Parents love when their children learn to walk. It is a major accomplishment, and milestone, that brings tears to a mama’s eyes. But, how many times have you see little children being dragged by their parent because they can’t keep up. Their steps are so much smaller than an adults, they can’t possible move those little legs fast enough to keep the pace. We forget, as parents, to slow down. Take our time. Make everything WE do, at the level of a child. Are you walking to fast for your child?

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