eople often say that the holidays lose their magic as we get older, and while some credit is to knowing what’s behind the scenes of all that magic, (i.e., we become Santa and lose that sense of wonder) I often think we feel this way
nfantile seborrheic dermatitis, or more commonly known as cradle cap, is a scalp condition common among babies from birth sometimes lasting up to a few years of age. While there isn’t a clear answer as to what causes cradle cap, we do know that it
 am obsessed with fall and winter: despite not being a huge fan of the cold, I can get with it for all of the festivities the winter months bring. The one thing I can’t get on board with? It seems as though everything in this
here is nothing more exciting than seeing those tiny blue lines appear on your pregnancy test, especially when you have been trying to get pregnant for a very long time. In the midst of all the excitement and anticipation, it is easy to overlook all
et's list some ubiquitous things moms love: stretchy pants, coffee, sleeping babies, online shopping. Hard to argue with these, right? And what do they all have in common? They either save moms time or they make mom's life easier, and we're alllllll about that. I have

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