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    F is for Febrile Seizure

    When your little one is sick and has a fever it can be stressful for you. If you little one has a fever then starts having a seizure things can get a lot more stressful and scary in a matter of seconds. While a febrile seizure can be scary and make any parent worry, there […] More

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    The Real Cost of Having a Baby

    A lot of people think, and even hope, that a baby will be in their future at some time. Some people want children earlier in life while others want to wait. While there is no perfect time to have a baby, anyone considering having a baby should learn about the real cost of having a […] More

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    Organizing Baby Clothes

    Babies go through clothes quick. Within the first year you will completely switch out your new baby’s clothes at least 4 times as she grows. This will lead to a lot of clothes that you have to do something with. There are several ways you can deal with this overabundance of clothing. You can sell them at […] More

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    Vaccination Schedule

    Many people worry about the amount of vaccinations their child gets and when they get them. Many people don’t know what vaccines their child should get, when they should get them and what they protect against. I could just put a picture up her of the vaccination schedule and let you figure it out yourself, […] More

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    How to Choose the Right Daycare

    Leaving your child so you can go to work is never easy, especially when you are leaving them for the first time and with someone other than family. If you know that you have to go back to work at some point, you will need to prepare yourself and choose the right daycare or babysitter. […] More

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    When Should Children Go to the Dentist for the First Time?

    Most children go to the dentist for the first time around two years old, which is actually later than the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend. It is recommended that you take your child to see a dentist by the time they are a year old or within 6 months […] More

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    How to Spot a Dairy Allergy in Kids

    I have talked about how we deal with my daughter’s dairy allergy in the past, and in the post I talked a little about how we discovered that my daughter had a dairy allergy. The thing is, it took us a long time (18 months to be exact) to figure out that dairy was the […] More

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    How to Introduce Pets to the New Baby

    If you have pets and decide to have a baby at some point in time you will have to introduce your pets to the new baby. Sadly, many new parents forget this because they are tired and adjusting to their new role. This can end up in a jealous cat or dog, which usually ends […] More

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    Dealing With Engorgement While Breastfeeding

    If you have ever had engorgement while breastfeeding, you know that it can be very uncomfortable and no fun to deal with. The good thing is there are a lot of things you can do to help with engorgement and to even help decrease the discomfort. What is engorgement? When your milk “comes in” about […] More

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    What is Gripe Water and What is it Good For?

    Have you heard of Gripe Water? If you haven’t it’s about time you learn all about it because when my daughter was fussy and gassy, it worked wonders for her and I recommend it to anyone who has a fussy and gassy baby. What is Gripe Water? Gripe water is a safe and effective all-natural […] More

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    How to Deal with Nasal Congestion in Infants

    Nobody wants to have to deal with nasal congestion in infants. They feel miserable because they are sick and they can’t blow their nose. They are having trouble breathing and you just want to get all that gunk out of there so they can breathe. There are several things you can do, but let’s start […] More

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