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Nursing A Toddler: Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week

Breastfeeding is hard work; breastfeeding a toddler probably deserves some sort of medal. Toddlers, as we moms know, are a constantly moving, wiggling, and attempting feats of physical prowess previously only accomplished by members of the circus. It’s no wonder that nursing a toddler feels like an Olympic sport; between the wiggles, the body-bending, and […]

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Education is Not One Size Fits All

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, opinions expressed are genuine. We enjoy partnering with local businesses we believe bring value to our community.Education is not a one-size-fits-all experience. The above, is a quote, from the Childtime® Learning Center, and is one of many reasons why I am a big fan of their […]

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The Toddler’s Bill of Rights in Public Places

It’s been a year since Jane the Virgin star Justin Baldoni posted this picture on Twitter, and it has impacted the way I parent every day since then. Baldoni, standing with his father, watching an epic toddler meltdown in a grocery store, wrote about “being comfortable in the uncomfortable” which encompasses 99 percent of toddler parenting anyway. His post […]

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Flipping Our Way to Safe Swimming at Goldfish Swim School

This post was written as part of a sponsored relationship with Goldfish Swim School – West Chester. The opinions expressed are completely genuine and we feel great about recommending terrific resources that help keep our readers and their children safe.My almost 2-year-old is quite the water lover. She is also extremely fearless and adventurous. When […]

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