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The Pros and Cons of Swaddling

by Charlie Fletcher

If you’re a new parent wondering if swaddling is right for your baby, you’ve come to the right place. Here are tips for doing it safely should you give it a try.

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Solving The Puzzle of Infant Sleep

by ParentCo.

In my practice of taking care of children and parents, there’s a common struggle in the first two years: sleep. “How can my family get enough?"

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Top Things To Consider When Babyproofing Your Home

by ParentCo.

It’s perhaps the most magical, exciting, and terrifying time of your life. You’re bringing a new baby into your home. That means providing the happiest, healthiest, and safest environment for your little one to grow up in.

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11 Ways to Foster Independence in your Kids

by ParentCo.

As children grow, parents can foster independence by allowing children to make choices, learn from them, make course corrections, and even experience failure.

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How to Prepare your Toddler for a Parent’s Trip Away

How to Prepare your Toddler for a Parent’s Trip Away

by Yelena Shuster

Before you spend weeks creating endless to-do lists to help your toddler while you’re away, take a step back and prep yourself first. Here's a simple guide.

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4 Ways to Support Your LGBTQ Teen

by ParentCo.

As parents, we have to be ready to have all sorts of big conversations. When it comes to coming out, there are a few simple things to remember.

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Raising a Financially Savvy Kid

by Angela Pruess

These are some straightforward ways parents can take the ‘money bull’ by the horns and help their children start out on solid monetary ground.

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Why I Quit Breastfeeding: A Sober Mom's Story

by Christine Wayne

I quit breastfeeding because I wasn't showing up as the strongest version of myself. Sometimes quitting makes us winners.

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Four Simple Ways to Help During the Baby Formula Shortage

by Julie Garwood

Here are four practical, simple ways we can all help with the baby formula shortage in our community.

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Special Needs Families Navigate the Baby Formula Shortage

by Shana Bull

Parents have been coming together to support each other, from offering up their own milk supply to searching local stores and passing along information.

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How the Baby Formula Shortage is Impacting One Family

by Erin Bigelow-Umar

It’s hard enough being a new mom. Not knowing if my baby will have the food he needs to survive is an additional stress no parent should have to feel.

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Why Is the Parenting World So Judgy?

by Laetitia Gordon-Furse

The world of well-meaning in-laws, pushy algorithms and even ‘funny’ reels can feel exhausting, frustrating and unsupportive. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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One and Done: Why My Family Is Having Only One Kid

by Irina Gonzalez

There are many advantages to being a one and done family — both for the only child and for the parents themselves. Here are just some of the benefits.

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An Honest Review of Baby Led Weaning

by ParentCo.

Baby feeding is not about sticking a certain amount of rice cereal down my baby's throat to fill him up; it’s about introducing him to a world of new flavors and textures.

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15 Ways to Play Your Toddler into Bed

by Julia Pelly

If you have a kid who hates the bedtime transition, use one of these playful parenting strategies to get them to bed with giggles all around.

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7 Strategies to Stop Yelling, and Why It Matters

by Sanya Pelini

Beyond the negative impact yelling can have on your child, there are other good reasons to stop. Here are 7 strategies to use instead of yelling.

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Paying With Your Life: the Cost of Motherhood

by Jody Gerbig Todd

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Identifying Food Sensitivities and Protecting Your Baby

by Charlie Fletcher

Starting solids is both exciting and daunting. Understand the risks of food sensitivities and how you can know if your child has a food allergy.

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Taking Time for Me this Mother's Day

by Pam Moore

If you come back to your family refreshed and happy, that vibe will trickle down to the whole family as they catch your mood. Take time for you.

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3 Ways Kids Can Help with Spring Cleaning (More or Less)

by ParentCo.

Happy spring! Since the people with the shortest attention spans in our homes are the ones that cause the need for spring cleaning, here's how they can help.

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Getting the Support I Need to Help my Disabled Son Become his Most Fulfilled Self

by Arianne Campell

As both parent and care provider, I want to collaborate with my son on meeting his needs, and help him build skills for an independent future.

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What I’ve Learned about Communication from My Non-Verbal Daughter

by Claire McMurray

Everyone deserves to be seen, heard, and understood. As a mom of a kid with Rett Syndrome, I’ve learned that what this looks like can vary widely.

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9 Things I Wish I Knew Back When My Kids Were Born

by ParentCo.

if I knew then what I know now, well I would have saved myself a lot of angst and time.

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How Moms Can Feel More Like Themselves Postpartum

by Allyson Stone

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. This is your time to find yourself again and recover from the birth of your baby, both physically and mentally.

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