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3 Cleaning Tips for A Healthier, More Peaceful Nursery

Cleaning any part of your house may be an unpleasant job, but it isn't complicated. Put away some items, sweep the floor, dust, and bam! A clean room. If you're a new parent worried about keeping a nursery clean, read on. Here are three baby-approved tips for keeping a nursery sanitary and safe. 

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A Crib Fitted Sheet: Sweet Dreams, Baby!

Without question, we would all agree that there is nothing that replaces a good night’s sleep. It’s one thing that we all have in common, and it really changes everything for us! And who would understand this more than a new parent? Probably no one! Parents of newborns and little ones definitely need and want a good night’s rest.

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New Parents: 3 Things You Can Do To Get The Sleep You Need

It's no secret the U.S. has a sleeping problem. Between stress and work, many Americans aren't getting the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep they need per night. 

Unfortunately for new parents, getting a good night's sleep is more challenging than it is for the average American. What can you do as a new parent to make sure your baby is getting the attention they need while also taking care of yourself?

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Why Use Plastic Mattress Protectors When You Can Use Waterproof Ultrasoft Bedsheets for Babies?

Whether you have a newborn or a toddler learning how to use the potty, waterproofing the bed is essential for keeping your mattress from getting waterlogged. So what is the solution to keeping your child's mattress from getting soaked? A better solution for using a plastic mattress protector is finding a top-notch waterproof sheet for your baby's bed.

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Toddler Prep: What Transitions Can I Expect As My Baby Moves Onto Toddlerhood?

It can be a rollercoaster ride of emotions for you as a parent as your child navigates the bumpy road from babyhood to toddlerhood. During this time, you'll experience moments that are milestones both for your baby and for you.

Each stage of toddlerhood has its own challenges and joys. Here are a few transitions you can prepare for as your baby progresses into their next stage of development.

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New Study Out About Where Baby Should Sleep

Parents, doctors, and pediatric experts have debated forever on the merits of various sleep strategies for their infants. Let them cry it out at a certain age? Always soothe them? Provide a plushy blanket or simply soft baby crib sheets? 

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) solidly insists that babies up until age one sleep in the same room as their parents to facilitate easy nighttime feeding and observation of the child. Remember, the newborn period is the most high-risk period for tragedies like SIDs and suffocation, so AAP recommends newborns always being in easy reach while they sleep to keep a better eye on the state of the baby.

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Oh Baby! 4 Baby Shower Gift Ideas That Never Get Old

Summer is one of the most popular times of the year to plan and host a baby shower. That means summer may be one of the busiest times of the year for those with friends and family with a bundle of joy on the way.

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The Basic Sleep Hack Guide for Newborns



It's no secret that living with a newborn baby is magical ... and difficult. While they sleep anywhere between 10.5 and 18 hours a day, that sleep is often broken up into naps instead of one long night's sleep, leaving you feeling drained and barely prepared to take care of your awake little bundle. Here are three key tips for making newborn life easier.Read more