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Baby Stuff We Loved So Much We're Using It Again

Since I'm about to have this baby, and I'm not really able to do many projects, I thought I'd do a little post of my favorite baby things that we really, really used the first time around and that we plan to use again with baby number two. There is so much baby stuff out there these days, and we found some of it unnecessary. I'm focusing this list on mainly newborn baby needs. It's funny to see all the lists of what you need for baby on different sites, because every baby is so…

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Added by Ashley Sieker on January 21, 2016 at 12:11pm — No Comments

Maybe you should avoid those unique baby names

I have a few friends who are expecting babies right now. And one of the things that I love is hearing their criteria for choosing a baby name.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on January 20, 2016 at 6:24am — No Comments

The older mom on the block

Someone asked me the other day if I wanted to have another baby. People like to ask parents that question. (I don't know why, as it is really none of their business, but they ask.) I have my standard answers:…

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Added by Lauren Markman on January 19, 2016 at 6:21am — No Comments

The Perfect Mum

We all wish we could be the Perfect Mum, but the reality is very different. Just ‘Good Enough’ is perfect enough.

The Dream –

Your Breastfeeding, making home-made meals, your house is spotless, you’ve lost all the baby weight, have a full face of make-up and a new hair-do. You’ve taken up a new hobby that’s always interested you and attend mummy meetings and baby groups.

Your new bundle of joy is wonderful he/she is a baby that sleeps all night and…

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Added by Mummyitsok on January 18, 2016 at 5:42am — No Comments

Wrap that baby up in a box

The biggest shock after having our son is that after four days the hospital was letting us take him home.



Despite the baby prep classes and recovery time from my C-section and the video the nurses insisted that we watched, it seemed really soon. As in: We don't know what we are doing yet - are you sure you…

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Added by Lauren Markman on January 13, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments

5 (very honest) truths about packing for your hospital stay

A couple years ago, I was a first time mom scouring the internet for hospital bag essentials. I had no idea what to pack. Every list was very generic and similar- bring comfy clothes for after delivery, chap stick, your chargers, a camera, your favorite pillow, etc. All of this seemed obvious to me. I couldn’t find a list of things people really wished they had, or things people brought and never used. …

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Added by Claire Dovantzis on January 4, 2016 at 9:30pm — No Comments

A Letter to My Child's Pediatrician

Dear Pediatrician,



I wanted to say, first and foremost, thank you for taking care of my son's medical needs for his entire life. I did not attend medical school, and I'm really queasy when it comes to giving shots--*insert any and all ironic jokes here about the tattoo artist who hates needles*--so I'm…

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Added by McKenzie Austin on December 19, 2015 at 5:01pm — No Comments

Choosing Educational Smart Toys For Your Baby

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Hello moms I just wanted to share with everybody to check out my blog at blissfuldiscountsblog.com to find out what the best educational toys are for your baby.…

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Added by Marianne Bliss on December 3, 2015 at 1:06pm — No Comments

I Saw the Sign: Teaching Toddlers Sign Language

Communication. At 28 years old, it's a skill I still haven't even fully developed yet. To expect a baby or toddler to master a skill that most adults haven't completely grasped yet is a recipe for disappointment. In my experience, most tantrums are caused by a toddler feeling like their wants and needs are going unheard. Since the vocabulary of wee ones is still limited, teaching our toddler sign language has saved us (at least several) arm flailing, back arching, high-pitched screeching…

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Added by McKenzie Austin on November 25, 2015 at 10:23pm — No Comments

Newborn Milestones - Growth

Originally posted at Just Playing House. 

Newborn milestones are exciting! Seeing the new baby grow, learn new things, and experience the world. However, for this mama, they are also sad. Sienna is our 3rd baby. She will also be our last. So with every new milestone, I am reminded that it is also the last.

Today I began the sad process of cleaning out our newborn clothes. Sienna is now 4-months old. Only recently did she…

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Added by Emily Graham on November 16, 2015 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Baby Led Weaning: How to Start Feeding Your Baby Finger Foods

When my first child was just a baby three years ago I was at a loss at how to start giving baby foods. What do you start with? Jars or homemade? How often and how much should I give? This topic is not something that is thoroughly discussed often in doctor’s offices and I found it difficult to find answers when looking online. My doctor just suggested that I could start rice cereals at around four months and start introducing other puree’s slowly from there. So that is exactly what I did. At…

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Added by Tori Hamilton on November 16, 2015 at 12:33am — No Comments

Our Halloweekend!

Lions, Danny Zuko, Donkeys, Pumpkins, Oh My?? Yes... that's what our Halloween holiday consisted of; a little bit of this and a WHOLE lot of that! I have always loved Halloween as a little girl. Trick or treating of course, was the commonly anticipated activity, second to dressing myself into a very…

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Added by Michelle Glaz on November 10, 2015 at 10:03pm — No Comments

Why I Hate My Husband At 3 AM.

Originally posted at Just Playing House.

It's 3 AM (or any other time in the middle of the night). The baby starts crying. She is awake for a bottle. I lay there for just a second to let my body get used to the idea that I'm about to wake up and climb out of a comfy bed. Ugh!

The baby is still in our room so I don't have to go far. She cries a little bit as I change her diaper and get her bottle ready. I usually sit on our bed…

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Added by Emily Graham on November 9, 2015 at 7:26pm — 2 Comments

I'm talking to myself

My son is in his room, talking away. He is talking about exploring a cave and there is treasure in the cave and he will need to gather some weapons to fight off any monsters or dragons that are guarding the treasure. But not the pet dragon that he has - that one he will not need to fight off, because it is a guard dragon similar to the pet tigers that guard his secret lair...It is quite an elaborate setup for a game. But, the truth…

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Added by Lauren Markman on November 4, 2015 at 6:30am — No Comments

Top Four Things You Might Need To Lose Your Baby Weight (And it's not proper footwear and lose-fitting clothing.)

So, you've decided it's time to lose the baby weight. Fantastic! You're a rock star! You can totally do this! Being a mom though, you'll be needing a few things that your pre-baby self probably wouldn't think of, so here they are:



#4. A good sports bra. Sounds obvious, right? Well, sure, but the ta tas have had a serious makeover since you last stuffed them into a comfy cotton bra. And the culprit is gravity. It's not fun being hit in the face with a boob, or having them swing one… Continue

Added by Vickie Ceccato on October 16, 2015 at 11:00pm — No Comments

GRAND OPENING OF A NEW KIDS TOYSTORE

iI just opened up a new toyu store.  Everyone is elgible to stop and take a look.  I sell baby, toddlers and kids toys for all ages.  I was in education for thirty years working with Special Education Kids.  I really enjoyed eqach day there was always something goin on.  I raisd three kids who are all grown now.  There mother walked out on them when the youngest was one.  There all doing well.  The oldest, Claire she works as a full time pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy.  The middle one Jerry he…

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Added by Marianne Bliss on October 6, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

A Mom's Guide To The Best Diaper Brands

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In the last 3 months, I have tried tons of different diapers on Oliver. Some were great and others were duds. I definitely made some diaper choices that I regret. I have figured out a system that works well for us and want to share it. I am going to break these diapers down by price, quality, and absorbency to determine the best diapers on the market. 



Before we…

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Added by Shelby Simone on October 5, 2015 at 10:12pm — No Comments

Write 31 Days - Day 4: Elijah and the Belly

This past year has brought a number of new babies to our family and close friends, so every few months, our boys were hearing about another baby being born. Either they were seeing those adorable newborn pictures in my Facebook feed, watching Mommy edit newborn pictures from the two sessions…

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Added by Kishona Lape on October 4, 2015 at 7:18pm — No Comments

Robot shows babies are manipulating their parents to smile

There is a special moment between newborns and their parents, when the baby first smiles. Lots of people will try to ruin this moment, saying that it is just gas or that smiling is a learned response so the baby didn't mean it, but those people are awful, because as a parent you just know that the smile was because your baby loves you.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on September 30, 2015 at 6:15am — No Comments

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