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A Guide to Moving with Kids: Before, During & After

Moving is one of life’s most stressful events, but moving with kids is in a league of its own!  Whether you’re relocating to a new home a neighborhood away, relocating out of state, or leaving the country, your children will have lots of cha...

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Expert Tips on Bottle Feeding a Breastfed Baby

Breastfeeding has so many benefits, but it can definitely be overwhelming for Mom to be the only one who can feed her baby! Sometimes it may be nice, or even necessary, for breastfed babies to be bottle fed.  I am here to provide you with my top fiv...

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A Look at Breastfeeding in Baby’s First Year

Learning to navigate an infant's nursing times and sleeping times can be tricky! It can help to know what is typical in terms of sleep and frequency of breastfeeding in baby's in first year of life. It is possible to exclusively breastfeed baby and b...

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When Will My Baby Sleep Through the Night?

One of the most common questions asked of me is: "When will my baby sleep through the night?"  The first truth I tell parents in response to this ever-popular question: Your baby will never sleep through the night. This is not a pessimistic ans...

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How to Stay Consistent with Sleep Training

Sleep training is no easy feat. It can be exhausting, and you are most likely already sleep-deprived when you start. It’s not just that though. If you could count on restful slumber after a few tough nights, you could probably give yourself a pep...

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Sibling Room Sharing: Your Questions Answered

Room sharing can be an opportunity for siblings to have a special bond in their early years. Maybe you grew up sharing a room with a sibling and you want your kids to experience the same benefits you did. Or maybe you just don’t live in a mansion a...

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Separation Anxiety: Understanding this Milestone

Separation anxiety can pop up at surprising times and in unexpected ways, and it often looks vastly different child to child.  Some little ones become hysterical when a parent is merely stepping out of the room, while other children exhibit anxiety...

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How Sleep Deprivation Affects Your Relationship

Why is it that everyone seems to be so hard to bear after you’ve had a miserable night’s sleep? It feels that way sometimes, doesn’t it? When you’ve had a night of broken, interrupted, just plain lousy sleep, it seems the following day that...

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8 Tips for Working from Home with Kids

One of the biggest challenges through the pandemic is parenting young children while juggling work.  As a business owner operating from an office in my home for over seven years, this does not mean our homes have to be full of chaos or lack producti...

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Daylight Savings – Spring

Daylight Savings can be a dreaded time for parents of young children, but it doesn’t have to be. While it’s true that kids do not adjust immediately to the time change, Spring Forward can happen smoothly if you take some time to plan ahead. Li...

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Quiet Time Tips and Tricks

When your toddler reaches that dreaded day and drops her nap, don't panic. You each can still have a break when you replace it with Quiet Time. But what exactly is Quiet Time, and how in the world do you enforce something like that? The good news is...

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