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PRIMO EuroBath

The PRIMO EuroBath is a smart bath because the unique anatomical shape keeps baby in the ideal bathing position and prevents baby from slipping under the water. The extra-large size and double position make the EuroBath an ideal long term investment and is perfect from the very first day up through baby’s second birthday.

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Nuvu Baby Cushion Bath Kneeler and Padded Elbow Rest

Spending a long time kneeling or squatting near a bathtub can be a huge source of pain for your knees, elbows, forearms, back and other parts of your body, leaving you with unwanted aches and soreness. Now you can stay ultimately comfortable while keeping your little one clean. The bath kneeler is an optimal way to stay completely comfortable so you don’t have to deal with unnecessary body pains on the regular.

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Summer Infant Bath Sponge

The Comfy Bath Sponge provides comfort and security for baby at bath time especially when all you can do is a sponge bath when they are first born. The contoured foam cushion supports baby’s head, neck, and back for a better bathing experience for baby and parent.

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Blooming Bath Lotus

The Blooming Bath Lotus has a new shape, 4 wide contoured petals offer optimal sink coverage and comfort for your baby. These wider petals create a safe seat that cradles baby like no other baby bath can. Each petal is designed with white trim — simple, clean and elegant.

It is recommended for newborns and babies up to six months. However, the Blooming Bath has been known to be a comfy companion for infants transitioning to the big bathtub as well.

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Noodle & Boo Super Soft Moisturizing Lotion

This light and silky lotion is enriched with sweet almond oil, vitamins E and C, to protect delicate skin and leave it feeling hydrated and soft. Dermatologist and pediatrician tested; hypoallergenic. Clinically-tested for sensitive skin.

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California Baby Everyday Lotion

Amazing lotion that is perfect for your baby’s delicate skin that you (and your baby) are sure to love.

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California Baby Super Sensitive Shampoo & Bodywash with Super Sensitive Hair Conditioner

Perfect for baby’s first bath – this famously gentle, skin friendly wash is free of added fragrance, common allergens and irritants. The concentrated, long-lasting formula is effective enough for the whole family to use and mild enough for those with sensitive skin, eczema, chemical sensitivities or allergy concerns. Its cleansing power comes from certified organic, sustainably harvested soap bark and plant-based glucosides which clean without irritating or drying the skin. Meanwhile, certified organic calendula and aloe vera further soothe and moisturize the skin.

This cruelty-free product is allergy tested and does not contain: gluten, soy, oats, dairy, or nuts (except coconut).

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Noodle & Boo Baby Extra Gentle Shampoo for Sensitive Skin

Perfect for sensitive skin and cradle cap. This shampoo and body wash is packed with moisture, nutrient milk protein and formulated to have low-suds, this shampoo gently cleans hair and hydrates delicate scalps. Dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic. Clinically tested for sensitive skin.

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Noodle & Boo 2-in-1 Newborn Hair & Baby Body Wash

High moisture formula nourishes and conditions delicate skin and hair, without stripping away it’s natural moisture from skin. Soap-free and tearless. Free from parabens and sulfates. Infused with provitamin B and Vitamin E, to rebalance skin’s pH, and keeps hair healthy and shiny. Dermatologist and pediatrician tested; hypoallergenic. Clinically-tested for sensitive skin.

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Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo & Wash – Fragrance Free

A tear-free shampoo and body wash that is and gentle enough for baby’s delicate skin and hair. Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo & Wash is clinically shown to be gentle enough for everyday use. Formulated with aloe and oat flour, this non-irritating baby shampoo and wash gently cleanses and nourishes your baby’s skin. Plus it’s pediatrician-tested and with no phthalates, parabens, petrolatum, or SLS you don’t want on your little one.

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Earth Mama Natural Non-Scents Baby Wash

Natural Non-Scents Baby Wash is a gentle castile-based liquid soap that’s safe, effective and truly unscented. With soothing calendula for newborns, pregnant mamas — and everybody in between. Clinically tested, non-irritating and dermatologically reviewed, it’s effective and mild for delicate baby skin and hair, and chosen by hospital NICUs. And no artificial fragrance, Triclosan, phthalates, parabens or sulfates.

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Green Toys My First Tug Boat

Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic, this trusty tugboat is both good for the Earth, and – most importantly – safe for the busy little folks who play there. Available in three different color combinations: yellow, blue, and red. Recommended for ages 6 months and up.

It has a handle from the wheelhouse to the back deck and a wide-mouth spout at the front to scoop and pour water. Kids love making waterfalls out of the spout, while parents love that it makes bath time (especially hair washing!) fun and enjoyable. The molded detailing on the front of the 100% recycled plastic Green Toys Tugboat wheelhouse features the lettering “S. S. Green Toys,” along with a ladder, life preserver, anchor, lights, and horns. There are also five windows through which you can see the captain’s seat and steering wheel. The deck has simulated cargo net under the arching handle, which, when the boat is submerged, allows the hull to fill with water that then pours out the front spout.

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Liberty Imports Water Bath Squirties

Make bath time a splash with this Value Pack of 15 Aquatic Animal Bath Squirters with Scoop Net. Let your child squeeze and squirt streams of water with these colorful and fun bathtub toys. Helps improve coordination and encourages imaginative skills. Convert Bath Time into Fun Time!

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Puj Snug Spout Cover

The Puj Snug is an ultra-soft spout cover, providing added protection for children during bath time. Kids love the fun design, making bath time more fun! The soft material flexes to fit a variety of faucets.

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Puj Grippy Non-Slip Safety Adhesive Bathtub or Shower Treads

The Puj Bath Treads are designed to look great and function much better than traditional non-slip bath mats. They are safe, stylish, easy to install, and easy to clean! The silicone based material is mold and mildew resistant, so no more nasty surprises hiding in your tub. The low-profile design lets you clean your tub without the Treads getting in your way. Also, there are NO BPA and NO PVC chemicals in our Treads!

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Boon Drain Cover

Kid-friendly. Stinger-free. We love tubs. Drains, not so much. Some have stoppers that don’t work (annoying). Others have stoppers that stick up (hazardous). Ray solves both of these problems and is adorable to boot. The soft exterior covers the plug while also forming a suction over the drain so no water can escape. Now that’s a sting ray of sunshine.

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Skip Hop Moby Bath Spout Cover

The Moby spout cover brightens up the bath while keeping baby’s head safe from bumps and hands safe from burns. The sleek design includes an adjustable strap that fits snugly on most tub spouts, and a tail that’s also a handy hook, so Moby can hang around when bathtime’s done.

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Boon Fleet Stacking Boats

Fleet is a set of five stackable boats that satisfy every child’s insatiable desire to pour water on everything. They’re designed with wide decks for scooping and drain holes for a rain effect (it gets stormy on the high seas). So go full steam ahead . . . just watch out for soap icebergs.

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Boon JELLIES Suction Cup Bath Toys

These tiny jellyfish will never sting—but they will use their suction cup tentacles to stick to all sorts of stuff including the wall, the tub and even each other so they can be formed into cool shapes and structures.

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Crayola Color Bath Dropz

Add color to bath time with Color Bath Dropz from Crayola. Completely non-toxic, they are similar to bath bombs for kids. You simply drop one tablet in when the bath water is at your desired temperature, and watch as it changes to the color of your choice. Continue adding bath tablets in different colors to change the bath water again and again.

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Boon Building Bath Pipes Toy Set

And you never thought leaky pipes could be fun. But this version makes bath time a scooping and pouring extravaganza. Pipes come in five shapes that can be used individually or put together to make a chain. They suction to the wall so the water goes back in the tub, not on the floor.

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PBK Bear Bath Wrap

This soft cotton terry bath wrap is brought to you in collaboration with west elm. A playful bear adorns the built-in hood, which keeps little heads warm once bath time is over.

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PBK Unicorn Bath Wrap

This soft cotton terry bath wrap is brought to you in collaboration with west elm. A playful unicorn adorns the built-in hood, which keeps little heads warm once bath time is over.

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SKIP HOP Moby Waterfall Bath Rinser

This innovative rinser features interior fins that channel a steady flow of water to ensure quick, cry-free rinses. A soft rubber lip fits snuggly to the forehead, preventing water from getting in eyes. The easy grip handle allows you to hold the rinser in one hand and baby in the other.

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Little Unicorn Hooded Towel Set – Watercolor Rose

This is a parent favorite. The Watercolor rose is a beautiful choice for a towel set. Get nice and squeaky clean with the soft, terry washcloth and then hop out of the bath and into the cozy hooded towel. It even has pockets that are perfect for keeping little hands warm!

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Little Unicorn Hooded Towel Set – Lemon

This lemony goodness of a hooded towel is pure cuteness and perfection. Get nice and squeaky clean with the soft, terry washcloth and then hop out of the bath and into the cozy hooded towel. It even has pockets that are perfect for keeping little hands warm!

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Little Unicorn Hooded Towel Set – Navy Stripe

These adorable hooded towel sets are the perfect bath time companion! Get nice and squeaky clean with the soft, terry washcloth and then hop out of the bath and into the cozy hooded towel. It even has pockets that are perfect for keeping little hands warm!

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Otteroo Baby Floatie

From 8 weeks old, Otteroo can give your baby the freedom of movement in water so they can discover how their arms, legs and body can move to impact their immediate surroundings and direction. The buoyancy and physical freedom that Otteroo provides promote movement coordination, muscle strength and mobility.

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Puj Soft Infant Bath Tub

The Puj soft infant bath tub is a baby bath tub designed to be used in your sink. Just snap the two sides together and you’re ready to bathe baby from a comfortable standing position. This super-soft aqua tub cradles your baby, keeping him secure and comfortable at bathtime. When you’re done, simply unsnap the sides. At less than one-inch thick, the Puj baby bathtub can store flat behind your door.

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Natemia Quality Wooden Baby Hair Brush

With the finest bristles, made from all natural goat hair, you can softly brush your baby’s hair and massage his scalp both for grooming and relaxation. With its natural goat hair bristles, this brush provides a safe, easy grooming experience; helps to redistribute natural oils throughout the strands of the hair without pulling or damaging baby’s hair or scalp. It also helps prevent and get rid of cradle cap! By using this brush daily to massage your baby’s scalp, you can prevent cradle cap from building up, while also protecting their soft spot.

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BOON SPIFF Toddler Grooming Set

Help your little one develop proper self-grooming habits from the get-go with this adorable set that includes a hair brush, comb, and small mirror.

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BOON SOAK Bathtub

An affordable, three-position tub featuring a contoured back with nonslip foam makes bath time a breeze and relatively worry-free thanks to a color-changing temperature gauge.

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You Can't Spoil a Baby, Here's Why 👶💕⁠
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The battle of opinions regarding whether or not you can spoil a baby has been raging for decades, especially among grandparents and those born during the time of little affection. Our children's great-grandparents were most likely raised with the idea that love and affection and responding to a baby's cries will spoil them and make them even fussier. While that idea might seem ludicrous to us, there's a reason such an approach was widely believed. Here's what parenting has looked like over the decades and how present-day science says you cannot spoil a baby. ❤️ {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother? 🧠❤️⁠
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Most women who have had children are fully aware of the hormonal and emotional changes that they experience. However, science is only just starting to understand how these changes occur in human mothers’ brains. While mothers know what it feels like to experience these changes, most of us don't know exactly what happens to a woman's brain when she becomes a mother. Turns out, a lot is happening! 😲 {Click 🔗 in bio to read more about it!⁠}⁠
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Article by: Rachel MacPherson⁠
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You may think that you are helping them by doing e You may think that you are helping them by doing everything for them. But there comes a time when they need to learn how to do things for themselves. ⁠
"Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime." The same rule applies.⁠
We want our kids to be strong, independent, self-reliant, and successful. They learn quickly what they can get away with. Teaching them kindness and a good work ethic from the beginning goes a long way. ❤️⁠ Put the hard work in now and watch them bloom into a strong and independent adult later. 💪
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However you choose to feed your baby, your baby an However you choose to feed your baby, your baby and your opinion are all that matter. If you choose and are able to breastfeed, feed your baby anywhere and everywhere HOWEVER you want to . . . with or without a cover. You have rights, mama. No need to explain or cover yourself for anybody if you don't want to. 💕⁠
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5 Things I Wish I Had Known About Potty Training⁠ 🚽⁠
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Let’s talk about potty training! It’s one of those monumental milestones we mamas walk through with our toddlers that make them suddenly seem like they went from babies to tiny little humans overnight. And, while it can be an exciting time (and a time to save some serious cash by ditching diapers), it can also come with lots of stress. 🙃 From cleaning up potty accidents for what may seem like days (or even weeks) to wondering if you’ll ever be able to drive further than down the block without having to stop for a potty break 🤦‍♀️, potty training can be daunting.⁠
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But, what many moms agree on is that once it’s done, you kinda forget about all the stress that came along with it. Kinda like pregnancy and giving birth —you just sort of forget about it all until you do it all over again.⁠ 🤪⁠
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Here are five things I wish I had known about potty training before I jumped into it with my then two-and-a-half-year-old daughter. Because, if I had known these things, I think I would have been a bit more laid back about the whole thing! {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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How Much Does IVF Cost?⁠ 💉⁠ .⁠ In the Uni How Much Does IVF Cost?⁠ 💉⁠
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In the United States, 16.2% of married women aged 15-49 struggle with infertility. It is no surprise, then, that fertility treatments are becoming more of a necessity for couples who are faced with infertility and wish to have children. While there are many types of fertility treatments, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is one of the most commonly known options. However, the high cost of IVF is often cited as the primary obstacle to undergoing treatment. 💸 Let's take a look at what IVF entails, and how much IVF costs. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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You're the reason that I breathe but also the reas You're the reason that I breathe but also the reason that I am out of breath. 😉🤪😂 #momlife
You're My Baby Forever, But My Newborn for Now⁠ You're My Baby Forever, But My Newborn for Now⁠ 💕⁠
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When I had my first baby, everyone told me to enjoy the newborn stage because it goes fast, and I would miss it. But I was so exhausted and overwhelmed I didn’t believe them. 😴 While I was living through it, it felt like it took forever!⁠
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If you are there now or about to enter this stage, it’s a yummy, delicious, snuggly stage. But for me, it has always been one of the harder ones, every time I go through it. So I see and feel you, mama! It’s physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausting. Hold tight, though, because it doesn’t last forever.⁠
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So, while you are struggling to keep your eyes open, and your mental state together, here are a few things to try to savor while your baby is still a newborn. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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Daddy Chronicles: Breastfeeding 💙⁠ by @chroni Daddy Chronicles: Breastfeeding 💙⁠
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I've been asked so many questions by men about fatherhood. So I figured I'd drop some knowledge on my fellow Dads and soon-to-be-Dads. Here's what it looks like for the first few weeks or months after your child is born. Yup. If mom breastfeeds they pretty much are tucked like this and at times you'll wonder "what is there for me to do?" Here are my top 5 tips for any Dad after your child is born.⁠
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1️⃣ For night feedings. When mom wakes up in the middle of the night, you get up and ask if she needs any help or water. The truth is most of the time she will say no but just the fact that you offered will go far.⁠
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2️⃣ Ask mom if she can pump and then pick 1 feeding that you will always do. Mom will take on almost everything and will burn herself out if you let her. At times you may have to force her to rest without worrying about the baby. This is an easy way to do that without a fight.⁠
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3️⃣ Don't put a time limit on how long mom breastfeeds the baby. It's not just about feeding your child it's about them bonding as well. I know everyone has a different length of time they will breastfeed and as a Dad, it's hard to fully understand. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT try and rush this process. It's not our place and it's not safe. You will open yourself up to a fight you can't win.⁠
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4️⃣ Be patient. I know as a Dad the first few weeks we are equally excited and yet not as important. Your time will come faster than you know. Babies grow fast and the stronger and bigger they get the more Daddy Time will be coming your way.⁠
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5️⃣ Paternity leave! If you have it TAKE IT. The early stages of a child's life are not just for moms to enjoy. I know as men making the money especially after having a baby it's hard, but trust me. You can always make money but there are no instant replays in life. It doesn't make you more of a man to not take the leave. It's equally as important that you as a Dad get to be a part of the early development of your child. ⁠
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7 Postpartum Yoga Poses That Strengthen Your Body 7 Postpartum Yoga Poses That Strengthen Your Body After Baby 🧘‍♀️⁠
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The postpartum period, or period of recovery that takes place after a mother gives birth, is an important time for mothers to take care of themselves. 🥰 Typically, if you’re less than 6 weeks postpartum you don’t want to put any pressure on your core muscles. Also, your body’s levels of relaxin, the hormone that loosens joints to prepare for childbirth, is elevated for 3-6 months after childbirth, and longer if you are breastfeeding. All this means is: take these postpartum yoga poses slowly and stretch yourself gently. No gymnastics here or pushing beyond what is comfortable.⁠
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Remember, every mama’s body is different, so listen to how you feel and seek advice from a medical professional if you have questions about how and when to begin your personal exercise plan. Note: Try to do the following yoga poses in the order they are listed. {Click 🔗 in bio to see the 7 yoga poses to strengthen your body after baby!⁠}⁠
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It's been one of those days. 😑⁠ 📷: @kristy It's been one of those days. 😑⁠
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What are some strange things you do as a #boymom or #girlmom?
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Potty Training Tips! A step-by-step guide 🚽⁠ Potty Training Tips! A step-by-step guide 🚽⁠
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1️⃣ Look for signs of readiness:⁠
- Diaper dry for at least 1-2 hours.⁠
- Pulling at their diaper when its wet or soiled.⁠
- Hiding or fidgeting when going pee or poo in diaper.⁠
- Interest in others using the potty.⁠
- Waking up with a dry diaper after naps.⁠
- Telling you when they have gone pee or poo.⁠
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Potty training is much quicker if your child is showing the above signs, but you can start before this.⁠
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2️⃣ What you will need to buy:⁠
- Toilet seat insert to place on your toilet⁠
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- Underwear (at least 10 pairs)⁠
- Foldable toilet seat (for when you are out of the house)⁠
- Piddle pad (for car journeys)⁠
- Waterproof shoes such as crocs, sliders, etc. (they can be rinsed and dried)⁠
- Not necessary but helpful: flushable wipes⁠
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3️⃣ Getting yourself and your child prepared:⁠
- Talk to your child about using the potty, maybe take them into the bathroom when you go and talk them through the process (e.g. wiping, flushing, and washing hands, etc.)⁠
- Practice pulling pants or shorts up and down.⁠
- Look on YouTube with your child at some potty training stories (e.g. 'I Want My Potty' and 'Pirate Pete's Potty')⁠
- Involve your child in choosing and buying everything you need - choosing character-themed underwear is usually very exciting!⁠
- Sit your child on the potty at every diaper change, first thing in the morning and just before bed to get them used to sitting on the toilet.⁠
- Teach your child the correct vocabulary or signs needed to communicate when they need to go potty.⁠
- Make sure you have plenty of spare clothes.⁠
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4️⃣ Let's get toilet trained:⁠
- Get your child to choose a pair of underwear and put them on.⁠
- Talk to them about using the toilet and communicating when they need to pee or poo. You can sit them on the toilet at this point if you wish.⁠
- Take your child to the toilet every 15/20 minutes. Say "let's go to the potty" rather than asking "do you want to go to the toilet" - if you ask, they are likely to say no! Also, look for signs like moving from side-to-side or hiding. These are normal signs that they might need to go potty.⁠
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The Not-So-Easy Baby: Why Some Parents Have It Har The Not-So-Easy Baby: Why Some Parents Have It Harder Than Others⁠ 😢⁠
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Why are the parents of some infants relaxed and at ease while other parents are exhausted, guilty, and frustrated with raising their new infant? 😞 Is it because of their parenting skills or is it due to something else? Why do some parents have not-so-easy babies? {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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Article by: Dr. Robert J. Hudson, M.D.
We haven't been in a restaurant in a long time but We haven't been in a restaurant in a long time but I know that whenever we all get through this time and can gather together with our friends again, a lot of love and laughter will be happening. 😬🤣🤣🤣⁠
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Helpful Parenting Tips for Enneagram Type 3 Moms: Helpful Parenting Tips for Enneagram Type 3 Moms: The Achievers ⭐⁠
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Last month, we learned all about Enneagram Type 2 — Helper Moms. 💕 Today we are going to explore the world of Enneagram Type 3 moms. These Achiever Moms are the performers of the group and work hard at seeking approval in their lives. Here are some ways Achiever Moms can use their unique personalities to become the best versions of themselves as parents. Threes are known to be driven, ambitious, and image-conscious. They live for success. They fear of being worthless or failing. Here are some helpful parenting tips for enneagram type 3s. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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Article by: Lauren Flake @loveofdixie⁠
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“You are my reason.⁠ ⁠ You are the reason I “You are my reason.⁠
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You are the reason I get up each morning.⁠
Even though my eyelids are as heavy as a five-ton truck.⁠
Even though all I want is to sleep in, a coffee and breakfast in bed.⁠
You are more important.⁠
You need me.⁠
For you, I would do anything.⁠
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You are the reason I am finally comfortable in my own skin.⁠
Even though I am a size bigger than I used to be.⁠
Even though my boobs cannot be described as 'perky'⁠
You relied on my body.⁠
You gave it purpose.⁠
For you, I will always love it.⁠
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You are the reason I now know the importance of patience.⁠
Even though I sometimes miss the fast-paced life.⁠
Even though I still get frustrated when I feel inefficient.⁠
You need me to go at your pace.⁠
You are the priority right now.⁠
For you, I slow down.⁠
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You are the reason I worry more than ever.⁠
Even though I know it won't change anything.⁠
Even though it's not your fault.⁠
You are precious.⁠
You are vulnerable.⁠
For you, I will worry forever.⁠
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You are the reason I am now filled with gratitude.⁠
Even though I get sad when things do not go my way.⁠
Even though I sometimes lose sight of what I have.⁠
You are my constant reminder that I am blessed.⁠
You are the light at the end of every tunnel.⁠
For you, everything is worth it.⁠
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You are the reason that my heart is full.⁠
Even though I am grateful for our life before you.⁠
You have shown me a love like no other.⁠
You are remarkable.⁠
For you, my heart explodes.⁠
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You are my reason." ❤️ Words by @hangingwiththeheaphys 💕⁠
We love birth stories and hearing all the details We love birth stories and hearing all the details about how each baby was born. What’s your baby’s birth story? 👶❤️
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Your Child's Stomach Pain and Headaches Could Be A Your Child's Stomach Pain and Headaches Could Be Anxiety⁠ 💔
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Have you noticed that your child is complaining of stomach pain and headaches? Or perhaps they seem tired and irritable despite getting the correct amount of sleep? Perhaps these things are simply coincidental, but maybe they’re not. Did you know that even children suffer from anxiety disorder? In fact, the most common mental health condition in children is anxiety disorder. If you are sensing that there may be something else going on, keep reading. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading this mom's personal journey with child anxiety disorder.⁠}⁠
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Article by: Katie Gibbons⁠
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Fun Pregnancy Announcement Ideas 😍🤰⁠ .⁠ Fun Pregnancy Announcement Ideas 😍🤰⁠
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Few of life’s events can have you bursting at the seams as much as “we’re making a human!” will. Sharing this news with those you love, like, or just tolerate, has become easier and more instantaneous than ever with the advent of social media. These days, most moms-to-be want to share their pregnancy announcement with as many people as possible . . . and the cuter idea the better!⁠
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Here are some fun and unique pregnancy announcement ideas for you to share your incredible news. Whether you like to use humor, romance, or a sweet surprise, these ideas are some of the most picture-worthy around!⁠ ⁠{Click 🔗 in bio to see the pregnancy announcement ideas!⁠}⁠
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Article by: Rachel MacPherson⁠
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Pretty sure my mouth and nose are covered too. 😑😂⁠
📷: @thedecentmother
I am a big advocate for breastfeeding. There are s I am a big advocate for breastfeeding. There are so many AMAZING benefits for the mother and child. But you know what I am an even bigger advocate for? A mother's well-being -- her physical, emotional, and mental health!!⁠
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Sometimes we make plans and God laughs. Some of us plan to breastfeed our babies for 3 months, 6 months, a year, 2 years. Some of us meet our goals and some of us don't. (🙋‍♀️ My goal was to reach a year and made it 7 months.) Breastfeeding can be a lot more challenging than many of us expect. There can be complications along the way, the baby could have allergies, and sometimes breastfeeding or pumping can take an immense toll on a mother's mental health.⁠
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It is my firm belief that we must care for and support the new mother just as much as we care for and support the new child. 💕 While I feel there is so much value in breast milk, in my opinion, if it compromises the health of the mother, it is not worth it. As long as the baby is being fed, cared for, and loved, that is all that matters. And for the mother to grow and thrive in her new role as a parent to continue caring for her child, she needs to do what she feels is best for herself and her family. Sometimes that is not breastfeeding or pumping.⁠
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No matter your feeding experience or preference, you are a good mother. Whether your choice was made by you or made for you, you must do what is right for you and your baby. Your health (mentally, physically, emotionally) matters. ❤️
Being a Stay-At-Home Mom Was Harder For Me Than Be Being a Stay-At-Home Mom Was Harder For Me Than Being a Working Mom⁠ 😬⁠
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Being a full-time, stay-at-home mom of small children is a lot like being the CEO of a corporation. But without anyone working under you and without receiving payment for your efforts. Kinda crazy when you think of it like that, huh?⁠
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I smile as I write this, but that feeling was sometimes true for me. Of course, there are different ways to frame our choices as mothers. Such as looking at stay-at-home-motherhood through the lens of sheer fulfillment that comes from spending quality time with your kids and teaching them the ways of life. For me, what I eventually realized after my second child was born was that I needed to create a lifestyle that filled in the gaps where I felt something was missing. Specifically, I needed someone to help me manage my kids and my household. And I needed to be earning some money myself.⁠ {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading this mom's story!⁠}⁠
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Article by: @kristen_vhmiddleton⁠
📷: @thegoddessher⁠
CC: @herholisticpath
Pretty much what summer is going to be like. 🤦‍♀️😑⁠
📷: @realamericandadass