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The Ultimate Guide To Interviewing Your Child’s Daycare Provider

Trusting your child’s well being with another person might be the most terrifying decision ever! My 18-month-old son Connor started daycare a month ago, and let me tell you, I was so nervous on finding the right provider. I was fortunate enough to stay home with him for the first year and a half of…… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide To Interviewing Your Child’s Daycare Provider

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Make Nursing a Breeze With Bun Maternity

All nursing mama will agree with me: Nursing with layers of clothes on can be an absolute pain, especially when the weather is cool. I wear anywhere from three to four layers at a time and when Connor’s hunger strikes, he may be in meltdown mode by the time I can get a boob out…… Continue reading Make Nursing a Breeze With Bun Maternity

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Proven Ways To Boost Your Milk Supply

In my year and a half of breastfeeding, I’ve have had many reasons to boost my supply: to build my freezer stash, to donate excess milk and even after the flu lowered my supply. Thankfully Connor and I are still going strong with breast milk! I’ve tried many tips and tricks to see what will boost…… Continue reading Proven Ways To Boost Your Milk Supply

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5 Items In My Cart: February

Does anyone else get that warm fuzzy feeling when they find a new product they love? I get so excited that I have to share with everyone what I’ve discovered. Check out what five products I’ve fallen in love with in February!     Elizavecca Hell-Pore Clean Up Mask $9.50 On Amazon I’ll get real…… Continue reading 5 Items In My Cart: February

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How To Keep Your Sanity With A Teething Baby

Teething is inevitable when you have a little one. Some babies start as early three months, others have their first tooth break through after they turn one. As cute as it can be seeing your child’s new toothy grin, getting to that point can be absolutely draining- the crying, the mood swings; it’s so exhausting!…… Continue reading How To Keep Your Sanity With A Teething Baby