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Five Things to Look For in a Convertible Car Seat

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There are many factors to consider in order to find the best next-level car seat for your baby. As a toddler, your child’s safety needs change from those during the infancy stage. A convertible car seat must meet Federal regulations to ensure your child’s safety, as well as, include these following five important qualities. Read More »

BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE!

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Baby it’s cold outside and we still have months of cold weather ahead of us! Keep your little one warm, comfortable and healthy during these cold weather months with cozy and practical items from PishPoshBaby.com, Prince Lionheart, Feltman Brothers, The Ollie Swaddle and Kinsights.com. Read More »

The Do’s and Don’ts of Creating Your Baby’s Nursery

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Baby’s coming home from the hospital soon and into his or her new home – but is the nursery ready to receive your new bundle of joy? Organizing your new baby’s first space in your home can be a very exciting time and it can also be very overwhelming. Many of your first thoughts will be around colors and themes but when your baby arrives it will much more concerned with the functionality of the room. Here are some simple tips will make your baby’s nursery practical, safe and functional and still beautifully designed. Read More »

Ways To Soothe A Crying Baby

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By Jennifer Chung, Kinsights.com New moms can get frustrated when their newborn gets fussy and can’t settle down.  Babies have a sixth sense for mom’s emotions, if mom is feeling stressed out, baby will feel it too.  When you’re feeling overwhelmed, try some of these simple tips to help soothe your baby. Swaddle – Hold your baby against neck or right on ... Read More »

No More Bedtime Battles

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Bedtime and toddlers mix as well as oil and vinegar most nights. Bedtime can be a time of frustration for many parents as toddlers escape their bed and sneak out of their rooms multiple times. Here are some helpful tips to get your child to sleep in their own bed without waging World War III! Read More »

5 Tips to Potty Train Your Child

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For most parents, potty training is a daunting task (whether it’s kid #1 or #7, like me). We stress, bribe, beg and pray it goes quick and easy. But the fact of the matter is it’s different for each child and there’s not one prescription for perfect potty training. There are, however, tried and true tips that you can put into action to help the process along. Here are a few tips that have worked great for our family. Read More »