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Celebrating Baby’s First Christmas

This is the most wonderful time of the year and that’s certainly true if you’re a mom or a dad. There’s nothing like seeing the wonder and excitement in the eyes of your child as you celebrate the holidays. If this is your first Christmas with your baby, you’ll have an especially good time. Here […]

5 Travel Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

Tips for Breastfeeding While Traveling With the holidays upon us, many of us will be doing some traveling soon. If you are still nursing, chances are you are a little nervous about that. Although it is understandable, we are hoping these five tips will help you feel more prepared and less nervous: Invest in a […]

5 Fun Flu Facts

I do not know about you but it seems like every time my school-ager gets ready to spend a fun break from school with family and friends he gets sick. So, with Holiday season upon us I thought I would share these 5 fun flu facts from Dr. Amy Baxter. OK, having flu and fun […]

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Money Saving Tips for Stay at Home Moms

If you have decided to stay home with the kids (so you won’t have that second income), you might be looking for methods to save money. Even if you’re financially comfortable, there’s no harm in reducing your spending and cutting down on waste. Here are some ways you can save money as a stay at […]

things every mom should know about breastfeeding

10 Things Every Mom Should Know About Breastfeeding

If you’re just beginning your breastfeeding journey, you’ll need some basic information to get started. Here are ten things every mom should know about breastfeeding. 1. Breast milk is exceptionally healthy. Besides providing everything your baby needs to grow, breast milk also offer antibodies that protect your baby against colds, sinus infections, and ear infections. […]

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Holiday Nursing Tips for Moms

Can you believe that it’s nearly the end of the year already? In a few weeks we’ll have Halloween and before we know it we’ll be talking about Thanksgiving and Christmas. The holidays present an interesting challenge to nursing moms. With all the hustle and bustle of the three end-of-year activities (not including News Years, […]

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