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May 24, 2022

Wanna Baby Girl? Best Tips on How to Conceive A Girl

Do you want a baby girl? Do you already have one or more boys and want to see whether you can balance the genders in your home? There are many beliefs and claims regarding how to influence whether you have a boy or a girl baby, but the scientific facts...

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All, For Moms, Pregnancy

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May 3, 2022

How to Raise a Successful Child as a Single Parent

A single parent can be a woman or a man. According to the Statista Research Department, about 3.27 million children live with a single father, and about 15.31 million children live with a single mother in the US. At each stage of growing up and raising a...

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All, For Dads, For Moms, Parenting

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Baby’s First Christmas

December 21, 2021

Baby’s First Christmas🎄

Over the first year of baby’s life, you’ll document a lot of major moments but when it comes to making memories, there’s nothing quite like Christmas. Snow, ice, sparkling lights, hot cocoa and cute, cozy onesies, winter is...

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All, For Moms, Seasonal Tips

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September 30, 2021

Autumn Activities for Rainy Days for Kids

It is not at all easy to make children not spend the whole day sitting in front of the television. But if you find the right way, kids will enjoy physical activities and look for them themselves. We had written down for you some activities which are...

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All, For Moms, Seasonal Tips

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September 14, 2021

5 Tips to Prepare for the First Days of School

Once again, this is the beginning of a new school season, and your little miracle begins attending kindergarten or school for the first time. This is an important, hard milestone for both you and your child. And we are here to make it easier for...

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August 26, 2021

Housework – Children and Tidying Up

Tidying up after your child — when they’re perfectly capable of doing it themselves — is problematic on a few levels. One, it’s creating more work for you. Two, you are teaching your child to need someone to do it for him – irresponsibility....

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