10 best solid foods feed your baby

If you feel that your baby is ready to start eating solids, it is helpful to ease the transition for them by giving them soft, chewable foods that are super high in nutrients. Here are the 10 best foods to feed your baby when they are beginning to eat solids.  Blueberries The blue in blueberries come from flavonoids called anthocyanins, which are good for your baby's eyes, brain, and urinary tract. Plus, they are portable, soft, and yummy. If they are too ...

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Parenting Styles

Parenting styles vary widely and not the same thing is right for everyone. One of the greatest challenges new parents face is disagreeing on parenting styles. You and your partner may have been raised very differently and have different ideas of how you raise children, or you may just have different opinions. As parents, it is important to be united in your decisions. Here are some tips on how to agree on parenting styles-  Make Some Decisions in Front of the ...

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Motherhood begins and it's a rude awakening.

Here we are, once again, getting through another day. When will I ever have time to do the things I love? Making plans with a friend? Get to the gym or a simple walk?  Life as we once knew it has radically shifted and the universe doesn't revolve around you. So motherhood begins and it's a rude awakening. Sleepless nights, changing diapers, crying baby. Sleep, eat, wake up and do it all again. When you think you can't take another minute, ...

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Pregnancy stress busters

Pregnancy comes with it's own set of worries. Some fear the unknown, while others spend endless hours reading about all the all the things that will never happen. While it's important to stay educated, it's equally imperative that you live in the moment. Right here, right now, you are handling you're life in session. Even in smooth sailing pregnancies, mom's-to-be run into bumps in the road that are not your own. Anxiety while expecting can be triggered by hormones, body ...

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Empathetic parenting- Mothering in Love

As a mother it's natural to feel sorry for something your child might be going through. Someone once said to me, "you are as happy as your saddest child." I have found this to be true. Connecting with your children, spouse, or anyone for that matter takes a level of open-hearted-ness that is judgment free. Easier said than done. I've been challenged by so many intricate aspects of motherhood, and often times just don't have the answer and that's okay. Parenting doesn't ...

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10 Labor Tips for first time moms

If you are Expecting your first child, you may be terrified to go into labor. That is totally normal, it can be very scary! Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help the process go a little easier for you and to help you feel more prepared! Take a Class- Early! Take a childbirth course and enroll as early as possible: Not only do classes fill up fast, but some classes run up to 12 weeks, which means ...

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Happy Father's Day!

These days men may or may not learn how to be a Dad from his biological father. It’s not until the birth of his baby that he starts the most important journey of his lifetime. Building a relationship with your son or daughter is a delicate process. Often times New Dad's become overwhelmed with a variety of feelings; overabundance of joy, frustration, love, fear and hope. It's a beautiful time and it's important that you make a choice not sweat the small stuff. ...

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Do you have what it takes to be a pregnancy model and showcase maternity clothes? Besides the obvious requirement (a bun in the oven), find out what modeling agencies are looking for, at what point in your pregnancy you should start looking and how to start booking maternity jobs and  [ Read More ]

If you feel that your baby is ready to start eating solids, it is helpful to ease the transition for them by giving them soft, chewable foods that are super high in nutrients. Here are the 10 best foods to feed your baby when they are beginning to eat solids.  [ Read More ]

Parenting styles vary widely and not the same thing is right for everyone. One of the greatest challenges new parents face is disagreeing on parenting styles. You and your partner may have been raised very differently and have different ideas of how you raise children, or you may just have  [ Read More ]

Here we are, once again, getting through another day. When will I ever have time to do the things I love? Making plans with a friend? Get to the gym or a simple walk?  Life as we once knew it has radically shifted and the universe doesn’t revolve around you.  [ Read More ]

Pregnancy comes with it’s own set of worries. Some fear the unknown, while others spend endless hours reading about all the all the things that will never happen. While it’s important to stay educated, it’s equally imperative that you live in the moment. Right here, right now, you are handling  [ Read More ]

As a mother it’s natural to feel sorry for something your child might be going through. Someone once said to me, “you are as happy as your saddest child.” I have found this to be true. Connecting with your children, spouse, or anyone for that matter takes a level of open-hearted-ness that  [ Read More ]