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How to Feed a Family Healthy Meals on $128 a Week

How to Feed a Family Healthy Meals on $128 a Week

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How to Feed a Family Healthy Meals on $128 a Week
Want to purchase healthy food for your family on a tight budget? This budget grocery list will show you what to buy. The post How to Feed a Family Healthy Meals on $128 a Week appeared first on Affording Motherhood.
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Cradle Cap: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

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Cradle Cap: Causes, Prevention and Treatment
Cradle cap is one of those skin conditions most of us parents have heard about and most of our babies will have. Whether you are a first time or experienced parent, you want to know what causes, prevents and treats cradle cap. Dr. Amy and the Baby Pibu team offer you some practical information and […]
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Preparing your Baby or Toddler for Daycare or Preschool

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Preparing your Baby or Toddler for Daycare or Preschool
It’s that time of year when things are in flux. Summer is drawing to a close, schools are beginning, a new season of daycare is starting – change is in the air! Preparing your baby or toddler for daycare or preschool is important so that both you and he manage the transition well. With all […]
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What’s In My Diaper Bag?

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What’s In My Diaper Bag?
A well-stocked diaper bag is a must-have for any mom, whether you are traveling, heading out for the day, enjoying a family outing, or just making your way through activities and errands. However, it’s easy for your diaper bag, just like your purse, to become laden down with random items, leaving you searching for what […]
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7 Tips For Maximizing Time as a Working Mom

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7 Tips For Maximizing Time as a Working Mom
Being a working mom was never part of the plan for my family. When my husband and I decided to have kids, we both agreed that I would put my career on hold. I wanted to focus solely on our children. It was important to both of us. And, frankly, I was relieved to be […]
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Mr. Rogers Is Not Just for Children: Lessons in Parenting

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Mr. Rogers Is Not Just for Children: Lessons in Parenting
Every day when I was little, my parents recorded Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood on a VHS tape so I could watch the episode after school. Today, my son loves watching Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. Turns out, Mr. Rogers is still speaking to me, and I believe he has been speaking to all of us all along. Sure, […]
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Family Conversation Starters for Mealtimes

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Family Conversation Starters for Mealtimes
Connecting with young children during mealtimes is critical for healthy social and emotional development. The act of sitting together around a dinner table, sharing a meal and discussing your day is a comforting ritual to introduce to your children from a young age. This time allows you to check in with your partner and children […]
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Parenting in the Digital Age is Really Hard

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Parenting in the Digital Age is Really Hard
Do any of these comments about parenting in the digital age sound familiar to you? “Parents aren’t parenting their kids anymore.” “Millennial parents just give their kids their phones to play on.” “When I was a kid, I played outside.” There is a growing degree of finger pointing on the very sensitive topic of parenting […]
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5 Tips for Taking 5 Minutes as a Mom

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5 Tips for Taking 5 Minutes as a Mom
We all know there’s always a laundry list of chores (which happens to always include laundry). We also know mamas tend to run out of time before they get to the things they want to do for themselves (you know, like showering). Since taking care of yourself actually helps you take care of everyone else, […]
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Teacher Gifts: Coming to a School Near You Soon …

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Teacher Gifts: Coming to a School Near You Soon …
One more week to go! Well, for us there’s just one more week of school before it’s SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER! It also means these are two of the busiest weeks in the school calendar … assemblies, sports day, school fairs, reports and awards, trips out, step-up days – endless activities that fill our diaries. […]
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Parenting YouTuber of the Month: Ellis Sara Smith

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Parenting YouTuber of the Month: Ellis Sara Smith
Ellis Sara Smith is a wife and mum of two boys who has a successful YouTube channel with over 100,000 subscribers. Starting during the pregnancy of her first son, she wanted to create something that would help others in similar situations. Ellis’ YouTube channel has naturally grown with her and is a reflection of the […]
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5 Ways Blogging has Made Me a Better Mother

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5 Ways Blogging has Made Me a Better Mother
Today’s guest post has been written by Helly Westwood, the blogger behind Fledgling Flamingos, a blog featuring Helly’s motherhood journey and simple play ideas. Helly is Mum to Ev (3) and Harmie (11 months). She loves family time, Disney and a hot cup of tea. You can follow Helly’s journey on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I began blogging to do something […]
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Kid’s Summer Craft Activities with Blu Stick from Bostik

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Kid’s Summer Craft Activities with Blu Stick from Bostik
With the summer holidays in full flow we all need a bit of help sometimes to keep the kids occupied, especially on those rainy days that we’ve been having recently! What better to fill an hour or two than some fun summer craft activities? Our Bostik crafters have come up with some simple activities you […]
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Surviving the (Expense of the) School Holidays

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Surviving the (Expense of the) School Holidays
We’re in the throes of the summer holidays now. For us, we’re coming to the end of our second week already. Wow, isn’t it expensive! And I’m able to be at home all the time. How on earth do parents juggle work and childcare during these six weeks, without it costing an absolute fortune? I […]
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Back to School Crafts with Micro Dots from Bostik

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Back to School Crafts with Micro Dots from Bostik
Now the long summer holidays are over and the kids are back at school our Bostik Bloggers have been working on some fabulous Back to School crafts using Bostik Micro Dots. Micro Dots will stick almost anything including paper, wood, plastic, metal, glass and painted surfaces. They’re perfect for sticking small, delicate or irregular shapes […]
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The Bottle to Sippy Cup Transition

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The Bottle to Sippy Cup Transition
*Special thanks to our amazing readers who are dentists and agreed to interviews for this article: Dr. Cara DeLeon (pediatric dentistry) and Dr. Marlina Shah (pediatric dentist). Weaning off bottles signals not just the end of an era (when did your newborn all of a sudden become a toddler?), but it can also be quite […]
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Willow Breastpump Review

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Willow Breastpump Review
By Hanna Nakano Finally, technology has caught up with our on-the-go lives. In the most meaningful improvement to the electric breast pump since its invention, Willow has created a wireless, wearable pump that is silent, discreet and pretty close to magic. Too good to be true? Nope — the Willow Breast Pump does exist, but […]
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Best Toddler Backpacks for Preschool

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Best Toddler Backpacks for Preschool
Depending on your preschool/Kindergarten, your kiddo may be carrying his lunch/snacks, a drink, and some other supplies to school. You want your toddler’s backpack to be small enough for their little bodies, but roomy enough to hold the essentials. Here are our faves ~ Skip Hop 12″ Zoo Collection Backpacks  ~ $19+ Skip Hop makes […]
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Best Preschool Lunch Boxes and Sippy Cups

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Best Preschool Lunch Boxes and Sippy Cups
Here at Lucie’s List, we take lunch breaks very seriously… which is why we’re ditching the brown paper bag and setting out to find the best containers and lunch essentials for our preschoolers and Kindergarteners to tote their sandwiches, snacks and beverages around. Below, you will find our top picks for preschool lunch boxes, lunch […]
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Should Twins Be Separated in School?

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Should Twins Be Separated in School?
As a parent of twins, you know that just because your duo share a birthday and a very special, unique “twin bond” doesn’t mean they are exactly the same. Just like any other set of siblings, twins will have their similarities and their differences. They may like the same activities, or they may have different […]
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Why I Don’t Invite You Over For Dinner

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Why I Don’t Invite You Over For Dinner
“I promise my cooking will get better, I just don’t know when.” I sheepishly told my husband on week three of being unemployed. Unfortunately for me, my poor dinner skills are no longer protected by my income because I don’t have any. The law firm I’d been working at for the past 5+ years recently […]
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Questions I Don’t Want Answers To

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Questions I Don’t Want Answers To
I used to be so curious. I was proud of my agog nature that caused me to ask whatever inquisition piqued my interest. The thirst for knowledge was real, information was everywhere and I wanted to have it. But these days? Nope. Shut up, I’ve asked you nothing.  Now all I have are questions that […]
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Summer Life – Road Trips

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Summer Life – Road Trips
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RoadTripOil #CollectiveBias Road trips are a serious business. You can’t just get in the car and start driving around aimlessly, one must prepare for a journey on the open road. And if there are kids involved, preparation is […]
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True Story: Terrified of My Daughter

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True Story: Terrified of My Daughter
I learned very quickly after having my first child that there’s no controlling who your kid will be. This means instead of molding my son to be a pink-wearing-doll-playing feminist, Dylan was born ready to roll in mud, decapitate barbies, and practice sexism. Apparently, all claims I made about how I’d raise “my child,” were […]
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Episode 20 – Going to Ballet School and Extracurricular Activities for Toddlers

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Episode 20 – Going to Ballet School and Extracurricular Activities for Toddlers
For the 20th episode of the Light Advice podcast, Light wanted to talk about Ballet school, her first day, what she did to cope from her fears and why she enjoys it now. Ready for more nonsense and laughter? Listen to episode 20 right now. 1. Questions for Light? Send it over at www.lightong.com/contact/ or DM her […]
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Episode 19 – Hongkong Disneyland and Staying at Explorer’s Lodge

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Episode 19 – Hongkong Disneyland and Staying at Explorer’s Lodge
  In this episode of the Light Advice podcast, Light wanted to talk about Hong Kong Disneyland and her stay inside the Explorer’s Lodge. Light talked about her visit to Hongkong in the last episode but this time, we’re focusing on the happiest place on… in Hong Kong. Ready for more nonsense and laughter? Listen […]
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Episode 18 – Toddlers: What To Do in Hong Kong?

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Episode 18 – Toddlers: What To Do in Hong Kong?
  For the 18th episode of the Light Advice podcast, we’re talking about Light’s recent visit to Hong Kong. We talk about the places she liked and what little kids will really enjoy when they visit Hong Kong. Ready for more nonsense and laughter? Listen to episode 18 right now. 1. Questions for Light? Send […]
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Once Seasoning Journal #44

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Once Seasoning Journal #44
This one little boy can do lot’s of things when he has the passion to work. Also he always very to happy for any home works. Gardening one of favourite.
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Birthday.. one more Party!

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Birthday.. one more Party!
Hooray! One more year +, one more birthday party.. This year mum was very busy at work, we not planning any Crazy Party, but still have the fantastic Family day. Boys enjoy they birthday cake, also they get presents actually which they wish.    
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Tough Mudder’2018

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Tough Mudder’2018
This year was different, very cool! Still the same team, still the same place, but our little boys enjoy daddy’s run as well. They visited Tough Mudder as spectators with me, we fallow map – waiting on each obstacle for our superhero – daddy! Let run and shine – it’s Tough Mudder Time  
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Still Here…

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Still Here…
We are currently on Thanksgiving Break and it feels so good to have slow mornings and relaxing days once again. Work has been so busy but we are still here chugging along. We decided to stay home this holiday and just relax and be together. We started this school year with a quick camping trip to one of my favorite places…Big Sur. We were […]
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