Month: February 2020

This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. After you give birth all kinds of things happen to your body. You are sore. You bleed for what seems like forever. You are exhausted. It feels like you are leaking breastmilk constantly. Then suddenly your hair starts falling out
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Mia O’Malley, founder of @Plussizebabywearing on Instagram, Sling: @Nalakai_co, Photo: @LindsayDonnellyPhoto Carriers with lots of straps and buckles, or impossibly drapey and long fabric wraps, can look intimidating to anyone who’s never tried one before. (Add in the stress of a crying baby as you’re trying to follow the instructions and I get it—it’s not
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This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Natural parenting. It’s what the 21st century is all about. Organic fruits and vegetables, grass-fed beef, cage-free chickens, and homeopathic pain remedies. None of these are bad. After all, every parent wants their child(ren) to grow up healthy and happy.
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This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Raising children often brings up topics that we as parents aren’t comfortable talking about. Topics ranging from embarrassing to difficult. From discussing how dad’s genes got into mom’s body when your elementary schooler is studying inherited genes to what happens
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Parents want their children to be successful and financially independent. You might love to add to that wish by choosing a billionaire name, or the one inspired by wealthy and successful people. Who knows, the name may serve as a motivation for your future Richie Rich. In this MomJunction post,
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Photo: iStockPhoto A teething baby or toddler usually comes with plenty of drool—and potentially a teething rash, too. Though teething rash is more of a nuisance than anything, you’ll want to prevent the rash as much as possible, help it heal and keep your little one comfortable. Here’s what to keep in mind. What is
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