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Making Our Backyards and Parks Safer for Our Kids

Monday, September 24, 2018 By Nina Spears
Making Our Backyards and Playgrounds Safer for Our Kids | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: All images by Creative Clicks Photography. It’s no secret that I try to choose natural options for my child when I can. I do this because I want to do everything in my power to give my son a healthy and safe start at life. This is why I decided to give birth […]

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Change Play Sleep: The All-in-One Playard for Babies & Tots

Thursday, September 20, 2018 By Nina Spears
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Sponsored by: All images by Creative Clicks Photography. Many parents credit a solid routine with their happiness and normalcy in a home with small children. Our home is no different. My son thrives off of routine, helping him to know exactly what to expect each day. He is much happier and sleeps much better because […]

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5 Things that May be Doing More Harm than Good to Baby’s Sleep

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
5 Things that May be Doing More Harm than Good to Baby's Sleep | Baby Chick

Sleep after having a baby is something that people always say we as moms just have to get used too not having for the next . . . lets say . . . 18 years. But I refuse to believe that has to be the case and I love getting to share tips and tricks […]

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How to Formula Feed Baby on the Go

Monday, September 17, 2018 By Nina Spears
How to Formula Feed Baby on the Go | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: If you are formula feeding your baby, you know the annoyance that comes with bottle-feeding your little one on-the-go. You either have to prepare the bottle beforehand and hope that your baby eats that bottle within an hour after it’s made (which is the recommended time to consume after the formula is mixed […]

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How to “Unspoil” Your Child

Thursday, September 13, 2018 By Aradhana Pandey
How to Un-spoil Your Child | Baby Chick

Rude, demanding, short-tempered, complaining, whining, and irritable – these are the typical traits of a spoiled kid. At some point in our lives, most of us have encountered a spoiled child. Some of us have even raised one! Like every teenage villain in chick flicks, a spoiled kid has always been coddled. And the topic […]

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5 Ways To Save On Baby Costs

Thursday, September 6, 2018 By Meredith Rines
5 Ways To Save On Baby Costs | Baby Chick

Most parents can probably attest to the fact that money seems to just fly out the window when a new baby is brought into this world. With a little bit of planning and thoughtful spending you may be able to make your dollars stretch just a bit longer. Are you ready to trim down some […]

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Our Potty Training Product Must-Haves

Thursday, August 30, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
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Potty training — a monumental milestone in both the life of a parent and a child. When the time has come to take that first big step towards independence (the first of many), it’s helpful to have the all of the proper tools for success at your disposal. If you want to survive without pulling […]

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Essential Oils for Soothing Baby’s Tummy

Sunday, August 26, 2018 By Hannah Crews
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When it comes to having a newborn, you know they cry over everything. Usually, they cry when they’re tired, they cry when they’re hungry, they cry when they poop, they cry when they get startled, they cry when they have occasional gas. And lots of times, when babies do cry, it usually surrounds the topic […]

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16 Products for Your Baby’s Diaper Bag

Thursday, August 23, 2018 By Nina Spears
16 Things You Need In your Baby's Diaper Bag | Baby Chick

I received these products as a trial in exchange for an honest review.  All images are taken by Creative Clicks Photography As a postpartum doula, I’ve helped a lot of moms put together their diaper bag. I let them know what they need and don’t need when they’re on the go with baby. You don’t […]

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Items to Keep at Grandma’s House

Sunday, August 19, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
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Whether you only see Grandma and Grandpa once or twice a year, or you visit them (with baby in tow) regularly, traveling with all of the necessary baby gear can be a real pain in the you know what. Rather than make yourself crazy, why not leave a few things at your parents’ house (permanently) […]

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