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As much as I miss the baby years, they give way to some pretty cool stuff that comes with growing up. Those moments and stages are also irreplaceable.
At the beginning of the sleep training discussion, we were told that we needed to be prepared to make sacrifices in order to help our son find his routine.
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Google already has a lot of helpful nutritional information and recipes but I wish I knew these five things before I started making baby food.
One of my simplest safety tips: you don’t have to babyproof everything early on, but getting it done before baby gets mobile is ideal.
Breastfeeding twins is going to take a lot of your time! While people can bring you babies, most of the work is on you here. Self care will be important.
William entered the world at 5:34am. There were no cries. There were no happy tears from the mom. The dad was unable to be in the OR.
However, I do have to be honest with myself about the possibility of going at the mom-for-a-second-time thing alone. So why not look into the possibilities?
Times have changed since our mothers gave birth. Even my second birth was dramatically different from my first six years before.