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    Ear Infections: What You Need to Know

    One of the most common illnesses in children is ear infections. Even though they are one of the most common illnesses, they are one that many parents don’t understand much about. What is an ear infection? Ear infections can be in the inner, middle, or outer ear and they can be caused by bacteria or […] More

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    Letter to My Daughter

    My daughter turns 2 today, it’s hard to believe, but it’s true. When she was born I set up an email address so I could periodically send her letters and other little things that I think she would like to have and when she turns 18 I will give her the password. I thought I […] More

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    R is for Reward Box Review

    Many times as parents we have to come up with ways to reward our kids for good behavior. Many times we resort to sticker charts, and that means every time we run out of stickers we have to buy more. It doesn’t seem like much, but before you know it you have a ton of […] More

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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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    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 Encourage Kids to Share

    Kids have a hard time sharing, especially young kids. One of the first things kids learn about is possession and knowing this will help you understand the process and help you encourage your child to share. There are several tips for how to encourage kids to share. Keep in mind that not all of these […] More

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    When Should Babies Start Talking?

    It doesn’t matter what developmental milestone you are talking about, every baby develops and learns at their own pace, and this is no different for talking. When babies start talking really depends on the child and their development. I will walk through the different ages, the stages of communication, and how you can help your child […] 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 Cloth Diapers Saved Us Money

    I have talked many times before about cloth diapers and my experiences with them. You can search all over the internet for posts about how much money cloth diapers will save you, but these are all estimates and very few of them are from first hand experience. That’s why I thought I would share how […] More

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    My Experience With Cloth Diapering

    I have written several posts before about cloth diapering, but I have never talked about my personal experience with cloth diapers. It has been a learning curve, and I have learned a lot. To start, it took me a few days to figure out just how often I needed to change her diapers. Cloth diapers […] More

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    How to Work on Toddler Hand Eye Coordination

    As your baby gets older there are a lot of different things they have to develop. Your baby has to learn how to sit, crawl, walk, talk, and so much more. As your baby becomes a toddler there are a lot more things for your little one to learn in a short period of time. One of […] More

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