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Wee Urban Sleep Sack

Wee Dreams™ Trendz Collection Sleep Sacks are the ultimate in softness and breathability. The Trendz collection combines rich colour and clean design all with a splash of playful sophistication. Inspired by natural landscapes and modern interior design our sleep sacks are perfect for a full night’s rest...in style! www.weeurban.com

April 27, 2012 Read Blog

One on One with a Mom Entrepreneur: Sharon Vinderine

As a new mom, you want to run out and buy everything for your kids. Sometimes the products don’t do what they advertise, and most of the time you get frustrated for spending your money on something that doesn’t work. That’s what Sharon Vinderine was feeling four years ago when she decided to start Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA). “I wanted to create a seal of approval to differentiate the good from the bad, and the products that...

April 27, 2012 Read Blog

CelebrityBabyScoop Takes a Look at 10 Celebrities Who Give Parenting Advice

Who do you turn to for parenting advice? Your own mother, your friends or other family members? Or maybe you look to celebrity parents for their thoughts on parenting? Angelina Jolie advises parents to let their children "express themselves," Tom Cruise says he doesn't like to say "no" to his little girl, while Gisele Bündchen feels all new moms should be legislated to breastfeed. Take a look through our list of 10 celebrities and their...

April 26, 2012 Read Blog

Rookie Mistakes

As a first time mom, I’ve made my fair share of mistakes. Nothing devastating, but I figure my lessons learned can be your mishaps avoided. Rookie mistake #1: I was flying alone with the baby when he had explosive diarrhea, which soaked through his clothes and wove its way into the knit of my sweater. At which point I hoped the flight attendants that seemed charmed by the baby and me on our way in, would still be, if not charmed, at least...

April 25, 2012 Read Blog

Local and Organic Food It’s Good for Everyone

Buying locally-produced foods – especially organic – is good for the environment and good for us. Less energy is used in their transport than imports, and they come to us close to the time of their harvest – with their nutrients intact. “Buying local” also helps to support family farms, build communities and teach our children where their food comes from. Instead of relying on pesticides and chemical fertilizers, organic farming...

April 24, 2012 Read Blog

Just had a baby? Here’s how to take baby steps postpartum

In my many years of training pregnant women and new moms I have come across the full spectrum from competitive to sedentary and everything in between. However, I treat each woman differently, obviously, as they are individuals. There are some basic, common sense rules that I stick by without question when it comes to getting back into the exercise groove in the early stages postpartum. For example, start SLOW. The current, yet outdated,...

April 23, 2012 Read Blog

Childbirth: The Making of a Woman into a Mother

It can be hard to understand what is right for you when there is a constant opinion about the right way to experience childbirth. If you are planning your pregnancy and childbirth, here are some important questions to ask yourself: How do you know if having a hospital birth is safer than a home birth? Do you hire an Obstetrician or a Midwife as your primary caregiver for your pregnancy and childbirth? The answer to these questions is to make...

April 20, 2012 Read Blog

Tips for Potty Training

Potty training is a big step, and often times a difficult one for both parents and children. As a daddy to six kids, between the ages 11 months and 26 years old, I’ve dealt with my fair share of potty training challenges. Here are a few tips I've put together to help new parents transition out of the diaper stage. -Wait until the Time is Right: Every child is different, so just because your neighbor is potty training her 2-year-old son...

April 20, 2012 Read Blog

Mother’s DAY? Try The Year of Mom

There is so much emphasis on the second Sunday in May, it’s no wonder most of the time it ends up in disappointment and dissatisfaction. Sort of like cramming a year’s worth of love into Valentine’s Day.  But just like the opponents of Valentine’s Day claim that you should be making your feelings known year round instead of just on February 14th, I think we need to start thinking about Moms all year round too.  Just think kids: Every...

April 20, 2012 Read Blog

CelebrityBabyScoop Takes a Look at 10 Celebrity Mom Bloggers

Hollywood's moms have joined the blogosphere. From Denise Richards' online community to Tori Spelling's family-oriented site to Alicia Silverstone's eco-friendly blog, to Elisabeth Hasselbeck's G-Free community, our favorite celebrity moms cover it all. Take a look through our list of 10 celebrity mom bloggers.          Bethenny.com Reality TV star Bethenny Frankel promises more than just Skinnygirl tips on her official...

April 19, 2012 Read Blog

Breastfeeding Dos and Don’ts for Newborns

New moms tend to feel overwhelmed with the ’overload’ of information on the subject of breastfeeding their newborn. Being educated on the subject is important, but most new moms sometimes just want quick answers and quick guidelines to follow. Although each woman’s situation is different, and each baby’s nursing ability will vary, we have composed a simple list of dos and don’ts that will apply to most women across the board. •...

April 19, 2012 Read Blog

aden + anais®

For countless generations, mothers have swaddled and cared for their children with natural muslin. aden + anais® has gone one step further to bring you organic swaddles made of organic cotton that is grown and manufactured in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Luxuriously soft, it is the ideal fabric to use on delicate baby skin. Available in fashion forward prints. www.fultonsales.com

April 19, 2012 Read Blog

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