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  1. Car Safety Tips for New Parents

    Car Safety Tips for New Parents

    Being a parent is a hard job, and there are so many things one has to think about when it comes to the child’s safety. From baby-proofing your home to removing all small objects out of their sight, the list is very long. Having the baby in the car has a large number of risks, but you can minimize them by incorporating a couple of easy tips and tricks before putting the child in the car. These car safety tips for new parents are affordable, quick, and can make all the difference. So read all about them and how they can prevent dangerous situations during everyday car rides.

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  2. 6 Musical Instruments That Are Good for Toddlers to Learn and Listen

    6 Musical Instruments That Are Good for Toddlers to Learn and Listen

    Babies are born with a natural love of music. It has been proven that music can help stimulate a baby's brain and promote language development. There are many different musical instruments that babies can learn to listen to and play. Here are six musical instruments that are good for babies to learn and listen to.

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  3. A New Mom’s Guide To Staying Awake Past Bedtime

    A New Mom’s Guide To Staying Awake Past Bedtime

    Nothing will ever prepare you for the rigors of being a new mother. The late nights and the endless cries have become too regular, while the piping hot coffee that turned cold has become a constant scene on your table. But seeing the angelic face of that tiny human in your arms will be enough to start another day full of promise.  

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  4. 5 Best Practices Moms Can Incorporate Into Their Morning Routines

    5 Best Practices Moms Can Incorporate Into Their Morning Routines

    When women become mothers, they enter an exciting yet sometimes challenging time in their lives. Before motherhood, many women had more time to themselves for personal pursuits, whereas after giving birth or adopting, the same women now find that their thoughts and time become shared with the children.

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  5. 9 Essentials To Keep Handy Postpartum

    9 Essentials To Keep Handy Postpartum

    After you have a baby, you need as much time as possible to rest and recover. Sometimes, that can seem like an impossible task. After all, you have a baby to take care of, and maybe other little ones as well. That's why keeping a few things within your reach is vital. Here are nine essentials you will want to have handy.

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  6. How to Get Your Toddler to Listen and Cooperate

    How to Get Your Toddler to Listen and Cooperate

    If you want to get your toddler to listen and cooperate, it is important to understand more about toddler behavior. Toddlers are well-known to dig their heels in and just say ‘no’ when their moms want them to cooperate. When they don’t have an opportunity to express themselves in positive ways, they will behave in negative ways. 

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  7. 5 Ways To Become A Better Parent | Woombie

    5 Ways To Become A Better Parent | Woombie

    Parenting doesn’t have a formula, nor is it an exact science. Therefore, the moment you become a parent or guardian, there’s always something to learn daily. Additionally, one parent’s way of raising their kids doesn’t necessarily mean the same should apply to yours. 

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  8. How to Find Time for Yourself as a Parent

    How to Find Time for Yourself as a Parent

    If you are a parent, you know how hard it can be to find time for yourself when life gets hectic. Between working, taking care of your family, and managing your household, it can get overwhelming very quickly.

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  9. 5 Tips for More Energy When Adjusting to Having a Newborn

    5 Tips for More Energy When Adjusting to Having a Newborn

    When you bring home your newborn baby, you’ll be surrounded by a sea of swirling emotions and wondrous new experiences. While there are any number of new experiences and emotions that will be a part of this next chapter of life, one of the less than thrilling new experiences that you’ll encounter is sleep deprivation. Managing the needs of a baby and the demands of parenthood can be a difficult balance and many families find themselves struggling to stay energized. If you want to boost your energy and feel more energized with your newborn, here are five essential tips that every parent needs to know.

     

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  10. How Room-Sharing Affects Your Baby's Sleep | Woombie

    How Room-Sharing Affects Your Baby's Sleep | Woombie

    As a parent, you are probably used to doing what's best for your baby. After all, not only do you want it to be healthy and grow up happy and strong, but you also want to be able to enjoy those precious first few months of parenting with minimal stress and anxiety. One common question that many parents face is whether or not they should have their baby in the same room as them. Some experts say it's necessary for safety reasons. Others say it can even help with your baby’s sleep if they're close by rather than sleeping alone in another part of the house. So, what's right for your family? Let’s see some benefits of sharing a room with your newborn.

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