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Morning Habits That Will Make You Want to Get Out of Bed

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Morning Habits That Will Make You Want to Get Out of Bed

They say once an early riser always an early riser and vice versa, but we think not. We have a few routine ideas that you can get into the habit of to get you more excited about that 7am alarm clock. The first 10 minutes of you getting up might be a struggle, we won’t…

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The Moments That Really Make Childhood Great

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The Moments That Really Make Childhood Great

Our life as parents has become like running on a treadmill. Every morning, you put your sneakers on, get ready, set, go! Faster, faster, you are running out of time. The day is almost gone, oh no! The night has come sooner than expected. Your muscles and body sore and you still haven’t achieved half…

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Kids: Molokheya Everyday? Think Again!

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Kids: Molokheya Everyday? Think Again!

It’s no secret that most kids love molokheya, and the idea that you are able to feed them a leafy green vegetable everyday without having to force it down their throats, is very appealing to mothers. However, variety is the most important thing when it comes to nourishing your kids’ bodies. Let us start off…

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Happy Mom, Happy Baby: How to Take Back Your Life and Sense of Self as a New Mom

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Happy Mom, Happy Baby: How to Take Back Your Life and Sense of Self as a New Mom

Becoming a mother, especially for the first time, can be an overwhelming process. It brings along a whole bunch of emotions; joy, fear, love, anxiety and (notoriously) lack of sleep. The first few months, and sometimes years, can become consumed with tending to another human being’s needs. Almost every hour you ask yourself, ‘Does he/she…

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Childcare: Teaching Your Child to Tidy Up

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Childcare: Teaching Your Child to Tidy Up

Children’s rooms are notoriously messy. Parents spend the end of the day bent over picking up toys or stepping on Lego pieces. Young children may love making a mess of things, but they are also capable of helping clean up. Surprisingly, they also love it once they’re done and can feel a sense of pride…

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6 Ways of Hiding Veggies in Your Child’s Meal

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6 Ways of Hiding Veggies in Your Child’s Meal

Although promoting a healthy diet from a young age and encouraging your child to eat a variety of fruit and vegetables is important, the reality is your picky eater will refuse to try out new textures, colors, or flavors that they’re not used to. That doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your child’s nutrition…

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Do You Force-Feed Your Child?

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Do You Force-Feed Your Child?

As a parent, one of the most frustrating things you have to deal with is a fussy eater child. To combat this, you might find yourself piling excess food onto your child’s plate in the hopes that they will get the nutrition they need. There are many ways, some subtler than others, in which you…

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Rahet Bally’s Guide to Feeding & Delicious Recipe Picks

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Rahet Bally’s Guide to Feeding & Delicious Recipe Picks

When you’re a new mommy, introducing solids to your baby is always a big deal. You get confused on what they should or shouldn’t eat, if they’re eating enough, you’re faced with a picky eater and so on. So we’re here to give you this flavorful piece on everything you need to know. For starters,…

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How to Raise a Good Listener

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How to Raise a Good Listener

Listening is a learned skill, just like any other skill we build. You aren’t simply born with it, you have to learn and practice to be able to do it. Many of us parents and caregivers complain about our kids not being able to listen properly and respectfully to us. But first, let’s ask ourselves…

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Infant Meal Plan: 12-18 Months

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Infant Meal Plan: 12-18 Months

By the time your baby reaches one year, they should ideally be eating 5 different fruits and vegetables per day. It’s not too early for them to be “eating the rainbow” as we tell older children to do. Help your child develop a taste for fresh, unprocessed food by encouraging them to try as many…

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Rahet Bally’s Top Toddler Picks

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Rahet Bally's Top Toddler Picks

It’s amazing to watch our children grow, learn and change from babies into lively toddlers right before our eyes. That being said, these changes also bring us face to face with issues we never imagined would be issues. Luckily, we’re here to share some great options we’ve found for easing your daily struggles and bringing…

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10 Reasons Why You Should Be Breastfeeding

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10 Reasons Why You Should Be Breastfeeding

We often read about how breastfeeding is effortless, biological, beautiful; a loving source of nourishment and comfort. While all that’s true, the reality is that for most women breastfeeding takes a lot of patience, observation and work! Yes, it gives your child the very best start in life, but it is not as easy as it…

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