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We all know that keeping our little ones, and even our bigger ones, safe, is our top priority as a parent. From that first nail biting ride home from the hospital to the ...

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new study found that aspirin might actually be helpful to certain types of women who are trying to conceive and women who have suffered pregnancy loss. The study found that ...

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A few weeks ago, my three-year-old got his very first balance bike. As he tore into the box he buzzed with excitement, asking question after question. “Will I go fast? Can ...

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A new study that looked at parents' behavior in a hospital setting and how their behavior affected their care opens up our eyes to an unpleasant finding: Being rude to ...

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Breastfeeding often doesn't come naturally. It can take time to work out and get into a comfortable rhythm (often with the help of a good lactation consultant). But for some ...

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Let's be real. Buying diapers ranks up there as one of the least fun parts of adding a new baby to the family. Typically, it seems to go something like this ... ...

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April is Autism Awareness Month and this year it has more meaning for me personally. Last year our oldest son was officially diagnosed on the autism spectrum. We had ...

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Staying up late is a rite of passage for all new parents. Once your baby is going to bed at a respectable hour, staying up late to watch something that is not animated is ...

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When my first son was born I didn’t leave the house for nearly six weeks. I was overwhelmed with the bigness of new parenthood, weepy with intense baby blues and far too ...

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There are a lot of things I feel like I do "right" as a mom. I have instilled a love of reading in all of my children, they are polite, well-mannered (well, out in public ...

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