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In need of a lactation boost?

As a breastfeeding mom, I understand the frustration when it comes to your milk supply. I mean c'mon! Breastmilk is liquid gold in our eyes. Like many moms, I would spend so much time online looking up how to increase my milk production. We all remember the first time our milk comes in. We are full, engorged, and our bed seems to be like a 'milk puddle'. I came across many products online but one that stuck out to me that I was able to order was Mrs. Patel's. Mrs. Patel's is a growing company… Continue

Added by Andrea Arredondo on June 30, 2016 at 10:34pm — No Comments

Teething Essentials

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My little man is four months old already. How the heck is that possible? I swear last month was February. We can't possibly be nearing the end of June right now, can we?! I've learned a lot the last four months about my little guy. He is quite a bit fussier than his big sister. He does NOT like his carseat. He's not crazy about the swing. He is chubby and pudgy in all the right places. He loves to be held...all the time. I call him my little hot tamale because he puts off…

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Added by Ashley Sieker on June 21, 2016 at 11:35am — No Comments

A Celebration of Yoga: For International Yoga Day

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As today is International Yoga Day, I wanted to reflect on everything that is brilliant about yoga, the benefits that it brings to adults and children and how it has helped me over the years. This is the day to celebrate all things yoga!
Firstly, a little bit about my yoga story. I started doing yoga back in 1998 with the help…
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Added by Steph on June 21, 2016 at 4:00am — 2 Comments

Increasing Trend In Women Giving Up Breastfeeding Early

There has been a radical drop in exclusive breastfeeding in the last few decades. Out of the 90% mothers who initially opt for exclusive breast feeding, only few manage to successfully breastfeed their babies.

Some of the major factors influencing this dreaded drop are fear of insufficient milk…

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Added by Jenny Wong on June 18, 2016 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Getting sick at daycare

My son started daycare at 6 weeks old. I remember the heartbreak of leaving him (he was so little!) and the relief of picking him up on that first day (he had gotten bigger!). I did love that facility - the nurturing attitude, the brightly lit rooms, the web cameras for me to check in on him throughout the day.…



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Added by Lauren Markman on June 8, 2016 at 6:34am — No Comments

3 uses for the Sip-O Silicone Sippy Lids that Kill the Spill!

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Added by Leah Schulz on May 7, 2016 at 1:51pm — No Comments

Focusing your attention on the important things

My son is six now, but I vividly remember the oh-so-brief period when he was a baby. He would sit on the floor with toys scattered all around him and either his Daddy or I would be on the floor nearby, watching him play and sometimes joining in to help him with his blocks or trucks. I never wondered if we were playing with our son in the "right" way or even if there was a "right" way to play with him.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on May 3, 2016 at 6:29am — No Comments

Cleaning Hacks for Slackers | SLACKER MOM’S Guide to Housekeeping

Last minute playdate with a sancti-mommy? Surprise visit from your mother-in-law? Never fear. SLACKER MOM is back with a brand-new episode.  In this video, we share our cleaning hacks, some serious and some… not so much. Because you’re already keeping tiny humans alive. Who has time to clean?

 Cleaning Hacks for Slackers | SLACKER MOM’S Guide to Housekeeping…

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Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on April 26, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments

How Clarified Butter is Healthy for Babies

In India, Ghee i.e. Clarified butter is indivisible part of diet. Special the premium diet. Its rich in fat and Unlike butter, it is a rich in vitamins and minerals including DHA.

Benefits of Ghee for babies:

1. Rich Source of…

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Added by Sapana Vibhandik on April 20, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments

At University with a Baby

When I was about two weeks into my pregnancy with Bobby, I was made redundant from a job that I had been in for nearly three years. Believing (perhaps wrongly) that I wouldn't be able to get another job in my current condition, I didn't look for anything else, deciding instead to look…

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Added by Steph on April 18, 2016 at 5:15am — No Comments

A Perfect Technique of Burping your baby

If your baby burps quickly after you pat her back, you are a lucky mom. Many babies like to play with poor new mumma by keeping her up for long for burping.

Burping may seem easy and fun at beginning but when you have to do it daily 10-15 times, its no more fun. My babies' doctor used to remind…

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Added by Sapana Vibhandik on April 7, 2016 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Parenting Standards… Lowered. | Anna Lane on MomCave LIVE

Dear Parents I Used to Nanny For,

Twenty years, twenty pounds, and a marriage and two kids ago, I was your nanny. And I judged you. My parenting standards were based on unrealistic expectations. I knew nothing of the shit storm that is parenting. While I made bewildered mental notes about the state of your home, the behavior of your children, and your fashion choices, you were keeping actual human beings alive. I apologize.

I have seen the light. And so has Anna Lane, who…

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Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on March 18, 2016 at 9:44am — No Comments

Black Bean Superfood Fingers

So far (knock on wood), my 9 month old will eat anything I give her.  So, I try and give her healthy choices as much as possible.  If everything tasted good, wouldn't you eat the healthiest stuff all the time too!?  I read an article on superfoods for babies and decided to try and pack as many of those as possible into one french fry shaped "finger" that she could easily feed herself.  I found a winning recipe!  I made them over the weekend and they will probably last all week - plus they…

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Added by Katie Perera on March 16, 2016 at 1:00pm — No Comments

A Mom's Musings

Welcome to my life. Well, I should say a part of my life. I’ve been thinking about blogging and because I love to write and I have a few interests in certain areas, I decided to put it all together and start a blog. Where’s the drum roll? So if you’re a mom, you know exactly what somedays look like. For example, have you ever looked around the house and asked yourself “Good gosh, what the heck did I even do today?” But really, you did a lot there just isn’t much to show for it! Been there,…

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Added by Vanessa Gravelle on March 11, 2016 at 2:48pm — No Comments

He's Here! He's Here!

Sorry for my absence, but I've been buried in tiny diapers, toddler tantrums, and baby snuggles for the last week. Our little guy arrived last Tuesday morning at 9:31am and life has been whizzing by ever since!

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This is Bowen James and he is 7lbs 1oz, and 20 1/2 inches long. I don't want to say he is the perfect baby, because I know it will bite me in the butt later, but he kind of is. He's the sleepiest, hungriest, cuddliest little babe and he is the perfect addition…

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Added by Ashley Sieker on February 24, 2016 at 12:20pm — No Comments

Breast Is More Than Best – It’s A Life Saver

The term "Breast is best" is tossed around often, and most people take that to mean that nutritionally, breastmilk is better than formula. But it goes so much further than that! How much further? How does “fewer infections, increased intelligence, probable protection against overweight and diabetes, and…

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Added by Jenny Wong on February 21, 2016 at 10:06pm — No Comments

Favorite Make-Ahead Meals

For once, our freezer is stocked. I still feel like it's not enough, but I have no room for anymore stuff, so I guess it will have to do! I've been making a few extra meals each week for the last few weeks to stock up on meals for when the baby comes. I've learned that anytime I make a casserole, to just make two of them and freeze the other one. It really doesn't take anymore time and saves me from cooking a meal on another day. It's so handy that I will continue to do it from now on to…

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Added by Ashley Sieker on February 8, 2016 at 12:05pm — No Comments

To All The Things You'll Never Be

You’ll never be a rich brat. Mainly because we’ll probably never be rich enough to make you a rich brat, but you’ll be rich in laughter, adventures, and great memories of your parents loving each other. That alone will probably make you richer than all your friends.

You’ll never be the cool kid who throws epic parties. In fact, you’ll probably never be the cool kid, period. You’ll be the weirdo whose mom must know every single person in attendance and their parents. The kid who has to…

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Added by Kim Burgos on February 5, 2016 at 8:33pm — No Comments

Video: Sex After Baby

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Dear Diary,

My entire life I was taught to get married first and have sex second. Obviously, that didn't play out. Nonetheless, I always associated sex with guilt. I felt guilty for committing a sin and for fornicating with someone who wasn't my husband. I felt like I somehow blocked my blessings in life, because I wasn't following my mom's instructions or God's for that matter. Although…

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Added by Heather Hopson on February 2, 2016 at 5:14pm — No Comments

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