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June 18, 2018

5 ideas for a simple animal-themed first birthday

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by Molly Balint posted in Toddlerhood It’s amazing to look back over your baby’s first year of life and marvel at how much has changed. I remember bringing home my daughter from the hospital that first night, overwhelmed by...

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June 18, 2018

A week’s worth of preschool lunches your kiddo will love

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by Lindsay Weiss posted in Toddlerhood When it comes to packing preschool or day care lunch, sometimes the hardest part is figuring out what. What to put in those little containers. What won’t get sent home uneaten. What is or...

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June 18, 2018

5 steps to planning a perfect play date

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by McKenzie Stamper posted in Toddlerhood Play dates aren’t what they used to be when I was growing up. This was all before Pinterest and Instagram stories. The closest thing I got to a planned play date was my mom buying me the...

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June 18, 2018

7 tips for managing toddler tantrums

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by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Toddlerhood By Bethanie Garcia When I was pregnant with my first child, I got some great parenting advice — probably the best I’ve ever received. My mom said to me, “Parenting is hard. Worth...

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June 18, 2018

How to stay sane on a day trip with your baby

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by McKenzie Stamper posted in Toddlerhood Taking a day trip with your baby can be pretty intimidating, even disastrous if you do not come prepared. Going out with a baby unprepared is like going to the beach mid-summer without your...

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June 18, 2018

The no screen guide to entertaining your toddler

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by Tabitha Blue posted in Toddlerhood We’ve all fallen guilty to it — it’s so easy to let screen time give us that break we need. And you know what? It’s okay! We all can use a break now and then. Yet in an ongoing battle against...

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