The Nursery on Night One!

Some families choose to co-sleep with their baby, some choose to room-share, and some choose to use the nursery on night one. Which sleep situation will you choose for your baby?  In the world of parenting, we know this question can lead to contentious, heated, and emotional debate.  But it doesn’t matter because you’ve got to make […]

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Finding the Joy in Mundane Tasks

Are you so over pureeing? Totally sick of washing bottles? Done with dishpan hands? Exhausted by the endless loads of laundry? Welcome to parenthood’s boring, little secret: the mundane tasks repeat and repeat and repeat. It’s not like you’re feeling any less blessed by the joys of parenting, it’s just that the monotony can be, well, […]

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Your Baby’s Scheduling Logs

Click here to print our Scheduling Logs! As a former teacher, I know how important it is to write down the goings-on of the scheduled day.  I taught middle and high school, so I had four to five one-hour blocks of students a day and repeated the same lesson to each block.  That’s a lot like […]

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Hospital Stay Packing List

Print this list HERE!  If you will be staying any length of time in a hospital during your delivery, we consider these essentials to be must-haves for a more comfortable stay and they will get you and your family off on the right foot. Pack as if you will be staying 2-3 nights because you […]

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Baby Got Gas?

WHAT IS BABY GAS? Baby gas is trapped air in your baby’s little body. It’s generally caused when he swallows air, feeds, sucks a pacifier, and/or cries. It will come out either through burping or “tooting.” Infant gas is very common — and it’s actually very normal for your baby to pass gas 15-20 times each day! […]

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