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Useful Tips on How to Childproof Your Bathroom

By Diana Smith, Sometimes it seems that kids simply go searching for trouble and an opportunity to hurt themselves. And while sometimes the entire house seems like a huge minefield where every corner is a catastrophe waiting to happen, the … Continue reading

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Tips to make your home nursery luxurious

By Julie, Use these tips to make your home nursery look luxurious without emptying your wallets. You’ll be surprised at how affluent and vibrant your home nursery will start to look without spending thousands of dollars, from fancy lighting to … Continue reading

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Ways to Raise an Independent Child Who Appreciates Your Efforts

By Emily Harper, Research shows that children who are trained to be independent from a young age develop a greater desire to succeed in school. They also have greater chances at reaching their dreams. As important a trait as independence … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Childproofing Your Home

By Diana Smith, As soon as you get a child, you’ll start noticing how dangerous the world is. Ordinary items from your home suddenly seem like they could cause serious injury to your child, and they actually could. That’s why … Continue reading

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Must-Have Items for a Comfy, Safe and Warm Nursery

By Diana Smith, If you’re expecting a new family member, it would be best to start preparing their nursery room as soon as you find out that you’re pregnant. That way you’ll have enough time to renovate, decorate and jazz … Continue reading

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Tips For Teaching Kids To Balance School & Sports

By Wendy Dessler, Source: Pixabay.com Today’s children have a much more complicated schedule than any generation before them. The requirements for school mean children are ensured to have homework at least a few hours per week. They need sports for … Continue reading

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Review of Umbrella Stroller (Cosco) – The must have for any travel with a toddler

Hi Moms, Its been a while since I have written. But please expect a lot of exciting blog posts in the coming days. Especially related to travel. Travelling with a toddler is definately not very easy but at the same … Continue reading

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7 Things a Mom Needs to Shop Before the Baby’s Arrival

Hi Mom’s, Image Source Being a mother is magical, right? And with the birth of a new- born life, a new- born mother is also brought to life. We know that taking care of your babies are much more difficult … Continue reading

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Protecting Children from the Sun

By Diana Smith Summer is upon us! The season of beach life, picnics, and just enjoying the outdoor life in general. Kids particularly love summer. It is a time of fun, freedom, and adventure. However, too much sunshine could be … Continue reading

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Dog and Baby Bond: How to Encourage and Nurture It

By – Diana Smith Image Source  Children who grow up with a furry pal are generally more open and less prone to allergies. That is why so many families choose to get a pet dog. When a dog and a … Continue reading

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Baby First Soap & Powder -Product Review

As mothers we take utmost care of our babies.Motherhood makes us extra cautious, when it comes to using products on their skin. A baby’s skin is extremely soft and often extra sensitive which makes it more prone to allergies and … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Beat Spring Allergies

By Emma Lawson, We’re all looking forward to sunny March, warm breeze, and fresh grass after many months of fog, snow, and frost. Sadly, there are many people who are dreading the upcoming season because of the downsides that spring … Continue reading

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