Quotes Inspired by True Love and Loss

Published December 31, 2014

One of the hardest things to experience in life is loss. Some of the most traumatic experiences you’ll ever come across will be when someone close to has their life stolen away from them. No matter how much we mentally prepare for such a thing, it always finds a way to pierce our hearts and make them bleed. Death is a very weird thing. It occurs all around us and is a very natural part of life; life can not exist without death unfortunately. But it’s when death happens close to us that we resent it and hate it for […]

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Breast Feeding: A Lifestyle Decision!

Published November 22, 2014

A lot of women look at breast feeding as simply not being worth it. They may not believe in the nutritional benefits and rely too much on purchased formulas and milk for their babies. Or perhaps the mother isn’t willing to go through the task of breast feeding. There are a lot of speculations out there about how much of a task breast feeding and pump can be, but the truth might surprise you! Breast feeding is more or less not about the task of feeding, as technology has advanced to the point where breast feeding really isn’t that hard […]

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Safety Tips For Traveling With A Baby!

Published November 22, 2014

Traveling with a baby can sprout lots of difficulties and often times leads to situations that are better to be avoided – however, there is a way to travel with a baby. Most parents can’t bring themselves to face the stress and worry that it can bring, but if you travel smart and safe then there really isn’t anything to worry about. There are some serious dos and donts however that arise in any situation regarding an infant; especially if you’re on the road. Here are some tips on how you can enjoy a vacation with the company of your […]

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How to Choose the Best Baby Crib

Published November 22, 2014

Raising a child is a very difficult task especially during those first few years. For first time parents, there lots of questions that are asked especially concerning what to buy, how to buy it, and why you even need to buy it in the first place. Raising an infant means having to spend lots of time shopping for the right products. This means toys, clothes, baby monitors, portable cribs, and most importantly – the baby’s crib. The baby’s crib is perhaps the most iconic symbol of raising a baby, so make sure to spend some time in choosing and shopping […]

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Smart Phones for Smart Parenting

Published November 22, 2014

In this day in age, technology is all around us. Not only does technology open the door to so many more things that we can do, but it also takes what we can already do, and does it that much better. Raising a child is one of the biggest tasks imaginable, so who knew that technology could even make it easier? Because of technology, a simple thing like baby monitors has been opened up and explored and made that much better with the use of smart phones. More and more parents are finding that their smart phones can be used […]

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Baby Monitors for Geeks

Published November 22, 2014

Are you a parent that wants to incorporate as much technology into your and your child’s lives? If so then you have probably researched some of the most state-of-the-art baby monitors. Raising a child can be hard word, luckily there is fascinating technology that exists that can make this task much easier. There are two brands right now that have released some of the best baby monitors out there for parents who don’t mind working with technology and want the best equipment for taking care of their child. The first of which is the Infant Optics DXR-8. This baby monitor […]

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The Price of Peace of Mind!

Published November 22, 2014

Don’t get me wrong, having a child is easily one of the best experiences that exist and more than makes up for the many struggles you will be faced with – however, having a child is not free. The cost of raising a child can be a substantial sum, not to mention the toll that stress can take on you. Nevertheless, a baby in her infantile stage can cost a pretty penny when you figure the costs of all the things that you will have to buy in order to create a comfortable living environment. That is why it is […]

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What is Best: Electronic or Manual Pumps?

Published November 22, 2014

Picking out a good breast pump can be a real task. There are lots of questions to consider and contemplate such as: what will last the longest? What will the baby like? What will be the most comfortable? All of these are good questions, and can be answered with a little bit of research. First off, the big different between electronic and manual pumps is just that: one works electronically while the other one requires you to do the pumping. Lots of mothers complain about the manual pumps and say that they are hard work – which they are. Mothers […]

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Breast Feeding: Good for the Baby, and You!

Published November 22, 2014

Breast feeding is a big deal when raising an infant, but it can be a real task. Some mother’s don’t agree with breast feeding while others fully believe in it and do it avidly for all of their children in the infant stage. Whether you believe in it or not, there are proven benefits that breast feeding can have. These benefits aren’t just for the baby however, even though the baby has a number of nutritional benefits he/she can get from breast feeding, but the mother can benefit from it as well! This is the part that a lot of […]

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Safe Traveling Tips For Your Baby

Published November 22, 2014

A lot of parents reach vast problems when it comes to traveling with a baby. Just because you have an infant to take care of doesn’t mean you must cancel all of your plans. I know several mothers who think that just because they have a 5-month-old to take care of means that they can’t go anywhere – this is not the case. However, there lots of dos and don’ts when it comes to traveling with a baby. Here are some easy steps you can follow to ensure safety for your baby, and a stress-free trip for the baby’s parents. […]

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