Infant Hair Loss

All infants are different, which means some are born with a full set of hair and others are born shiny bald. There can be many reasons for this. Usually the hair (or no hair) they’re born with changes within months, so don’t get too attached! What is infant hair loss? Infant hair loss is better […]

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5 Ways To Spot Bullying

As your children enter pre-school/elementary school, we as parents are filled with mixed emotions. Unfortunately, bullying has severely increased over the years. Which makes it important to be on the look out as parents for any warning signs. We need to empower our children to speak up. Many children suffer in silence and never mention anything, not even to a close friend. Realistically, […]

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The Three P’s to Conquer The Terrible 2’s

Oh, the wonderful phase of the terrible twos. Luckily it’s just that, a phase but it never fails to seem like it lasts too long. Some parents feel embarrassed or like a bad parent when it happens in public but don’t. This phase is completely normal. It’s just the child testing out their boundaries/limits and […]

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BABY BLUES vs PPD

I experienced postpartum depression for years without seeking help. The worst feeling as a mother is going through dark times and not understanding why. I struggled being a first-time mom but getting the right help was a turn into the right direction. No one’s ever fully prepared into motherhood. Even though having a baby is […]

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5 Newborn Myths

Being a new mother is challenging. You have advice coming from all different directions and it can become overwhelming. I hope learning about the following myth busters will help ease your stress. Here are 5 Newborn Myths: Myth 1: Holding your newborn too much will spoil them to always want to be held. This is […]

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