Tiny Love Take-Along Arch

In an attempt to push myself and blog more often, I’ve decided to start reviewing a different product each week – “Review Fridays” anyone?! Clearly the title needs some work, but you get the point. I fancy myself on being the “promoter” type – I love LOVE to share great products and information! So before we […]

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Introducing Solids: The Baby-Led Weaning Method

My little babe is fast approaching the 6-month mark and her first introduction to solid foods. I’ve got t-minus one month to conduct some research and figure out how I want to approach this major milestone. I’m deciding between buying pureed food, making my own or trying an alternative method: Baby-Led Weaning. I first heard […]

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The Mom "Wars", Can’t We All Win?

I recently came across a New York Times article entitled “The Triumph of The Working Mother” and was pretty blown away with some of the findings. The author writes, “Ms. Friedan wins on the question of whether working improves women’s well-being. At all income levels, stay-at-home mothers report more sadness, anger, and episodes of diagnosed depression […]

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Not Getting Any Sleep?

If your baby is anything like mine, any non-stop sleep is truly a luxury these days. Based on articles and books I’ve read, I would say she falls into the middle of the sleep pack – not the worst kid on the block, but sadly, certainly not the best. Our days of swaddling seem like […]

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Breastfeeding Truths: Meet Lisa

Lisa is an amazing Mom to two-year old Calvin and she was kind enough to share her breastfeeding story below, enjoy!“I had a relatively easy time breastfeeding – probably because Calvin was so aggressive (ouch!). It was painful in the beginning (about 2 seconds after each latch for about 2 weeks), but after that it […]

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The NYT’s ‘The Sippy Cup 1%’

In one of my recent posts, I commented on the enormity of the baby products industry and how as a new parent, it can be a challenge to navigate. Well, a recent article in the New York Times written by Adam Davidson, entitled The Sippy Cup 1%, touches upon the same basic premise. You can access the entire […]

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