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Family is the glue that holds our lives together. When it feels like our whole world is about to crumble, our families are there waiting to pick up the pieces and put them back together. Whether you’d like some tips on how to celebrate family events or perhaps a bit of advice on sharing holidays with your in-laws, you’ve come to the right place.Browse through our family section to gather some tips on raising a family and teaching your kids things they need to know in life.

How to Make Feeding Your Baby Less Messy, and a Few Tips on Stains

Just when your baby moves from milk or formula only to enjoying some solid foods in the diet, the diaper duty seems to change for the better. Don’t get too excited though. You’ll just find yourself scrubbing something else off … Keep Reading

Valentine’s Gifts to Daddy from his Little Girl

No bond comes close to the special relationship between a little girl and her daddy. Even from her earliest months before her first birthday, you can see the sparkle in her eyes as she looks at him or when he … Keep Reading

Top 10 Mommy Meals to Make in 10 Minutes or Less

As a relatively new mom, I’ve come to realize that even the best intentions don’t get things done around my house all the time. Sometimes the laundry suffers, sometimes the dishes, sometimes everything around me looks like a tornado tore … Keep Reading

Pregnancy Testing for Gestational Diabetes

I recently welcomed a daughter and while I was pregnant, I worried a little bit about the glucose test for gestational diabetes. I was a little bit nervous about getting tested for diabetes while pregnant. I worried that I might … Keep Reading

Six Holiday Traditions to Try with Your Family

It’s hard to believe Christmas is almost here. So many things on our to-do lists remind us daily that we’ve got a lot to do before the holiday arrives, from shopping and wrapping to baking, sending out Christmas cards, replying … Keep Reading

Tips on Surviving a Teething Baby

Just when you think you’ve finally got this “being a parent” thing down, your baby throws you a curveball. She’s no longer sleeping through the night. She wakes you up three, four, five times, screaming, crying, just wanting to be … Keep Reading

Top 10 Christmas Activities to Enjoy with Your Family (Without Snow)

The winter season typically brings cold weather and shorter days with daylight transitioning into nighttime earlier than usual. Still, the wintertime invites us to enjoy a number of fun family activities despite the cold. Some snow activities may be fun … Keep Reading

How to Ensure Your Pet Dog Feels Loved Despite a New Baby in the House

My husband and I partially think of our pet dog as our first child. She came to us as a baby puppy and we trained her to behave, to learn commands, and even to know a fairly extensive vocabulary. She … Keep Reading

Baby Teething Accessories – Molar Muncher and Lansinoh MOmma Teether

Teething can start almost any time after about three months with most infants. Some babies start teething as early as age three months while others may not get their first teeth until even after their first birthday. Many times babies … Keep Reading

Gorgeous and Timeless Baby Fashions for Little Girls and Little Boys – Miniclasix and Pediped Review

Baby clothes can sometimes be so cute you can’t help yourself when it comes to picking out a new outfit, or five. Whether you have a little girl, a little boy, or more than one kid in tow, the fashions … Keep Reading

Summer Infant’s Dr. Mom Health & Grooming Kit Review

Babies require so much more than just their basic survival needs. Once you’ve got the feeding, changing, bathing, and cuddling down, you’ll find so many other things that your baby needs and enjoys. When it comes to healthcare and grooming, … Keep Reading

Baby Bottle and Accessory Drying Racks Review

When our daughter was first born, I didn’t know what kind of drying rack to get for her bottles, pacifiers, breast pump parts, and other washable baby accessories. I did feel strongly that her items should have their own separate … Keep Reading

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