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Baby & Kids

Colorful & Fun Wooden Toys For Toddlers

I’m constantly on the lookout for beautiful and fun wooden toys. Wooden toys are durable and often made completely without plastic, hence BPA-free. Today’s gift guide features charming, colorful and engaging wooden toys that your kids will enjoy throughout their years of toddlerhood (some of which my kids actually have!) Also, don’t miss Top 8 Melissa and Doug Beach Toys! And…

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Baby & Kids

Top 8 Melissa & Doug Beach Toys

Little Vik playing with his Melissa and Doug Sand Baking Set. Summer is in full swing. And if you have kids, you know how fun the sandy beach can be, especially if you’ve got the right beach toys! So I came up with a round-up of 8 Melissa & Doug beach toys your kids can enjoy at your next trip…

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Baby & Kids

Transitioning Out of a Swaddle

My babies back when they were babies! What is swaddling? Swaddling is a common technique used to help a baby feel secure and calm by tightly wrapping the baby in a swaddling blanket. Babies are born with a natural reflex called Moro Reflex, also known as the startle reflex. This reflex occurs primarily when the baby is sleeping and startles…

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Baby & Kids

Why I Chose a Wool Rug for My Kids’ Bedroom

Ever since we moved to our current apartment in September I have always wanted to redecorate, rearrange and ultimately declutter my kids’ bedroom. One thing my husband has been working on for the past few months is their toddler-sized bunk bed. I’m sooooo excited! He finally built it, painted it and brought it home. YYYESSS! It looks lovely and I…

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Baby & Kids, Motherhood

Say Bye-Bye to Binky: One Simple Trick That Worked Overnight

A pacifier is a wonderful baby essential that’s both helpful for the baby and the parents. They have many great benefits when raising a new baby. Pacifier satisfies babies’ natural sucking reflex, reduces sudden infant death (SIDS) and helps the baby learn to self sooth. Hence, they’re great for naps, night time and calming a crying baby. Both of my…

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