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People 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 because of heightened family tensions. I grew up in a family that spent time together at the holidays--no matter what. It did not matter if there was family turmoil or...

We have covered the best strollers for urban moms and suburban moms, but we had several moms asking us specifically for the best umbrella strollers. We get it that sometimes you don't need all the bells and whistles or something bulky. You just need something light, compact, easy to use that will get the job done. We've got that here for you! Here are our top 10 umbrella strollers that we love. 1. UPPAbaby G-Luxe The UPPAbaby G-Luxe...

Infantile 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 is not due to an allergy, or bad hygiene. It is more likely that cradle cap is the result of overactive sebaceous glands producing too much oil and clogging the...

This summer has been way too hot . . . especially if you're pregnant. (My sympathy goes out to all you mamas.) If you are expecting, I hope that you've been in the pool or at the beach cooling down as much as possible. The only problem is a lot of maternity bathing suits are seriously lacking in style department. Luckily I have found some super cute maternity swimsuits! Here are a few styles that I...

I 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 giving season costs money. Every time I turn around, there’s an event at work to chip in for, a gift that needs to be purchased, or some elaborate meal that...

There are sooo many books out there on the market for parents to read. But which books are actually worth reading?! I'm sharing my top 10 list of recommended pregnancy and birth books to read when pregnant. They will educate and empower you to have the best pregnancy and birth possible. Hope you enjoy them as much as I have! Pregnancy Books 1. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide This is a great book that covers...

Pregnancy stages, registry must-haves, labor and delivery advice, breastfeeding tips, newborn care techniques, life postpartum -- phew! There’s a lot that goes into feeling prepared for pregnancy, birth and life with a newborn. As a first-time mom, I spent a lot of my nine months of pregnancy doing a whole lot of attempting to understand pregnancy and baby prepping through reading blogs and books, talking to other mamas and even attending a few classes. So what did...

You hear it all the time, people saying “breast is best.” And yes, they are absolutely right. There is nothing more beneficial, more nutrient-filled, more customized, more nourishing, more filling, and healthier for your baby than breastmilk. However, there are some cases where moms of newborns are not able to or do not want to breastfeed their child. Everyone’s body and circumstances are different, and sometimes supplementation is absolutely the best choice. For me, I have always been...

There 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 the things that can go wrong. This is exactly what happened when I found out I was expecting my firstborn. We came to the office to confirm the pregnancy at...

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