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Teach Geography to your Toddler with GeoPuzzles

About a year ago, my son began showing interest in the globe my husband had in his office. Mostly he just enjoyed spinning it...
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Bloom Alma Papa Crib Review

I am so excited to be reviewing my favorite baby product with all of you today! The Bloom Alma Papa Crib is a compact,...
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Land of Nod Teepee Review

My son, 20 months now, received the Land of Nod's 'A Teepee to Call Your Own' as a fun Christmas gift from his great-aunt this...
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Keeping Baby Safe (GIVEAWAY)

This is a sponsored post and giveaway written on behalf of JPMA.   Welcoming a new baby into the family is one of the most amazing...

Review Of Freshly Picked Moccasins

This is my love story review of Freshly Picked Moccasins. Where, oh where, do I begin? I guess I should start back to...

Product Review: Mini Micro Kick Scooter

This past Christmas my husband and I bought scooters for our twin boys, who turned 2 1/2 in December. While researching toddler-friendly options, it...

Product Review: InStep Sierra Double Bicycle Trailer

  When my family and I moved to Southern California last summer so that my husband could complete a yearlong fellowship, we knew we had...

Milk-Saver Review

My children are just 22 months apart. When I was thinking through everything I would need for my second baby I assumed I had...

For the “Love” of Basketball

I am not a huge sports fan. I mean, I do watch the Super Bowl halftime and, sometimes, just sometimes, I do happen to...

My Toddler’s “Tricked” Out Ride

You want to know what’s really sad? It’s sad that my toddler has a better ride than me. I mean, sure, I’m getting around...

Nothing Like the Original

I was told by many of my parent-friends, children of the 70s, that the toy that every toddler needs is a sit n’ spin....

The Simplisse Double Electric Breastpump — my new best friend!

Breastfeeding is hard work. You forget about how much time it takes, how important it is to get the right latch so you don't...