EverydayFamily

EverydayFamily.com is an established resource for parents who have experiences and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from pre-conception to preschool and beyond. EverydayFamily.com provides expert advice and informative articles to its millions of members, as well as continually expanding offerings including interactive tools, personalized content, and member rewards.

EverydayFamily.com is an established resource for parents who have experiences and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from pre-conception to preschool and beyond. EverydayFamily.com provides expert advice and informative articles to its millions of members, as well as continually expanding offerings including interactive tools, personalized content, and member rewards.

"Hello." "Can you hear me?" I asked. She couldn't hear me. She was so focused on that beautiful baby. She was just staring at the baby's tiny, soft toes. She began to gently stroke her little fingers. This was her first pregnancy, delivery and birth. This beautiful, amazing blessing was her first child--her daughter. ...

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Symmetry is a basic math concept that even young children can master. Your child can learn about symmetry by making a simple squished paint print. Get ready to get messy! ...

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Once babies are on the move, it is time to make sure you have babyproofed the house thoroughly. Little ones tend to be busy and fast, and they will notice every little thing that is within their reach. It doesn't have to be terribly expensive to babyproof though, as there are some great low-cost options that will keep your baby safe and be easy on ...

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We all have busy lives. Work, school, soccer, swim lessons, play dates. The list can go on and on. But despite these busy schedules, we still want to spend some quality time with our family. Here are five tips on how to incorporate more Family Time into your busy routine from Meredith Sinclair, Juicy Juice Family Time expert. ...

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It started in the kitchen on a Tuesday night. I was frantically running around trying to get my son ready as I prepared a quick dinner for the family. We had approximately forty-five minutes from the time I got home from work, to when we had to leave again for our next activity. Things were looking good for an on-time departure. ...

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When you’re determining your fertility days you are trying to find out when you ovulate. For most women, finding out when you are fertile involves looking for ovulation signs and includes charting the menstrual cycle then narrowing down the fertility window by taking your temperature, checking your cervical mucus and using an ovulation ...

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Here’s the deal. I am a one-and-done mom. And I am not apologizing for it. So, please don’t give me “that” look and stop asking me “When will you have a second child?” It isn’t happening. Here’s why. ...

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Spring break is a popular time for family getaways, helping break up that long stretch between shoveling snow and summertime. A recent AAA survey found that two-thirds of Americans cite quality time with family as the most important part of a vacation. Family vacations can have such an impact and form memories for a lifetime. Where can you go that ...

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Our kids are not getting enough sleep these days. Nor are we for that matter. We busy mamas put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be productive. We over schedule our children so that they can gain a competitive edge. And going to bed gets lower and lower on the totem pole of priorities. Let’s be real, the last genuine good night sleep we ...

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Being pregnant is an incredible journey; it’s an experience unlike any other. When you’re pregnant, you’re responsible for the life of another human. For a lot of people, this can be incredibly stressful. You might find yourself wondering if you’re doing everything right, if you’re doing enough to care for both yourself and your baby. ...

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