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What bug repellent is safe for Mom and baby?
Warmer weather means baby is spending more time outside. Here's what you need to know.   First things first The CDC says to avoid insect repellents on babies younger than 2 months old. Period. Dress baby in clothes that protect...
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Let's talk about sex and breastfeeding
Sex after giving birth is a tricky topic! Our resident Certified Lactation Counselor Molly Petersen gives you the facts. The most important things to remember are to consult your doctor about when the right time is and make sure you have...
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10 tips for eating more fruits and vegetables
It's not just milk that does a body good. We all know fruits and veggies are good for us - no just when you're pregnant or breastfeeding!  Here are 10 ways to eat more fruits and veggies. Blend it: Smoothies...
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5 tips for staying cool in the summer
Beat the summer heat with these made for Mama tips! Water: Ok, we're starting with the basics. You know you need it, but are you getting enough? The easiest way to know if you're hydrated is the color of your...
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6 self care tips when breastfeeding
It's important to take care of yourself Mama! Our friends at Belabumbum share their top self care tips. Any new mom will agree, breastfeeding can be one of the most challenging and rewarding parts of early motherhood. There’s nothing quite...
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What is the 10 Month Sleep Regression?
Just when you think you’ve conquered bed time routines and baby begins sleeping through the night, sleep regression may hit your house. This typically occurs around 10 months (but can begin months earlier) and is largely due to the major...
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Top 5 Parenting Hacks
Being a new parent is easy... said NO ONE ever. Watch our top parenting hacks!
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Waiting Six Months to Introduce Solids
Friends, family, doctors – even strangers! – quickly become experts on how you should be raise your children when you have a baby. Everyone has personal anecdotes on feeding babies – from adding formula or rice cereal to breastmilk, to...
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Introducing Caregivers to Your – and Baby's – Routine
Returning to work comes with a mix of emotions for most new moms. While you may feel excited to get back to a routine and reconnect with your work colleagues, you may also feel guilty about that excitement. Others dread...
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