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13 Fatigue-Fighting Hacks to Supercharge Your Mornings

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There Is Never a Perfect Time to Have a Baby

There Is Never a Perfect Time to Have a Baby

The minute I received my first-ever positive pregnancy test, which ultimately resulted in our 2-year-old daughter, a million emotions flitted through my head, among them: shock, joy, and disbelief, followed by a paralyzing fear. Even though we had been actively trying for ten months, my first thoughts were, “Are we seriously ready for this?”
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When Mom Travels for Work: How to Make Business Trips Easier on Baby

When Mom Travels for Work: How to Make Business Trips Easier on Baby

Before baby, traveling for work probably meant lots of time for uninterrupted working and hopefully some time for uninterrupted play. Once your baby comes along though, many women that used to enjoy traveling for work find it more and more difficult to pull themselves away from home. Sometimes their little ones have a hard time with these travels, too. Whether you’re a regular traveler or you’re heading out on your very first business trip, check out the tips below to help make your absence easier on your little one.
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Strawberry Oatmeal Cookies: The Perfect Toddler Breakfast

Strawberry Oatmeal Cookies: The Perfect Toddler Breakfast

I love strawberries. My 2-year-old loves strawberries as much as I do, but he's not a big fan of breakfast, so I thought it would be genius (and fun) to bake something that incorporates his favorite fruit. This cookie was a big hit with him. (Add to the fact that it's a “cookie”—kids love the idea of eating cookies for breakfast.) It's also suitable for younger children, as it's soft, easy to chew, and very yummy!
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5 Simple Ways to Show Your Child How Much You Love Them

5 Simple Ways to Show Your Child How Much You Love Them

Most parents love showering their little one with love. Whether it’s a favorite song at night or a sweet morning snuggle, showing your tot how much they mean to you is a joyful and rewarding way to spend your time. When things get hectic or your little one's developmental stage means that you feel like you’re spending more time managing their behavior than having fun, it can be tough to prioritize showing your little one just how much you love them. Check out the five ways below that you can show your toddler how special they are.
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