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The safety of our children is always important. The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) reminds parents that they should do research before buying their baby gear. Not all products meant for children are made safe. This year, JPMA has chosen to create a theme for the month called “Green is the New Pink and Blue” to share with parents the best eco-friendly practices to raise a healthy family. Here is my list of top products to keep baby safe. 1. Babee Talk Eco-Teether® Crib Rail Cover When Jennifer Cicci saw teeth...

It seems like managing two kids is more than twice as tough as managing one, and it only gets rougher with three or more kids in your house. When one throws a fit, the others chime in, even when they didn’t have anything to complain about! When one gets rambunctious, the others respond in kind. It can be chaos! If you’ve ever watched a room full of kids for a few hours, you understand how exhausting that can be. Here are some tips that might help out moms or dads...

When your baby is about to walk, it's an exciting time for your family. Walking means independence and freedom; your little one is about to start traveling all over your house. Soon he/she will be demanding trips outside or to the playground. Remember not to push your child. Every kid walks when they are ready so you don't want to create stress during this exciting time, but here's how you can gently help. 1. Go barefoot. When you’re at home, leave your child barefoot, even without socks. Let her feel...

As the weather cools off, you’ll start looking for indoor activities for your children. Arts and crafts are always fun because once you’re finished, you have a keepsake to hang on the fridge or a bedroom wall. Below are some simple arts and crafts that you can do with your toddler, even if he or she doesn’t have much skill. Click each link to read a more detailed explanation with steps. 1. Homemade Play Dough Play dough is a great toy to help your kids develop their fine motor skills. This...

A bedtime routine is key to establishing a healthy, predictable sleep pattern. Just like you and I, babies need time to unwind and get their bodies and brains into position to sleep. If you scoop baby out of the middle of a lively game and drop him in the crib, you can’t expect baby to fall right asleep. You’ve got to coax him. A bedtime routine is also a great time of the day to bond with your baby. If you have a busy schedule and don’t get to spend...

Naturally, babies cry a lot. It's the only way they can tell you when they need something. Most of the time these fits are easy to solve, but often parents can struggle to discern the cause. This is especially true for new parents. Fortunately, our little ones are usually rather simple and you can use these steps to calm your fussy baby. 1. Meet baby's need. It goes without saying that if your child is crying, he probably wants something. Infants don’t cry to spite you and they shouldn’t be...

When you’re setting up your nursery, you probably intend to create a safe, happy place where your baby can learn, play and grow. Unfortunately, even the nursery isn’t without its own dangers that we, as parents, have to be mindful of. Here are a few harmful things you’ll want to avoid in your nursery. 1. Lead paint Many homes built in the 1970s were painted with lead-based paint. If your home was built during this time period, you’ll want to strip the paint, treat the walls, and repaint it with...

The best way for someone to learn is when all their senses are involved so their brain gets lot of information. Sensory play is any activity that stimulates all of your child's sense so they use scientific methods of discovery. A big part of development comes from freely exploring one's environment, that's why it's important to give your children sensory play activities. Here are a few ways you can encourage sensory play, but don't stop here! Look more on the web to find some others. 1. Play Dough Play Dough...

I love traveling with my baby. I get to take her to lots of new places and watch her reactions. Truthfully, though, traveling with a baby can be stressful at times. Too often I worry I've forgotten something essential at home. I end up buying it while we're away, which wastes money and leaves me to extra stuff. I had looked for a well laid out plan for everything I need, but couldn't find one - so I made one! Here's my helpful list of everything you need when traveling...

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