To celebrate Baby Brother's arrival, I've joined the "Pink & Blue: Babies Are Due" Giveaway Hop hosted by Mommy's Favorite Things and Mama's Baby Cupcakes. Michelle's baby girl was born this December, and Heather's baby boy set to arrive in January. This hop is focused on items you'd want/need for babies ages newborn to 6 months of age. Whether its bottles, blankets, toys, or clothes, I'm sure [...]
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Baby Brother is our third child, but yet, everything seems brand new all over again. It has been amazing to me that we are still sometimes confused about what to do and how much we have forgotten since D was a newborn…just three years ago! I'm also pleasantly surprised that all of Baby Brother's firsts are so special. I was worried that he would have "third child syndrome" but so far, I do believe he's getting more love and [...]
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The Captain and D both have birthdays close to Christmas, and the new Baby will, as well. I sometimes have a little guilt over the fact that they can only celebrate with gifts one or two months out of the year. We don't let that stop us from buying them things they need or little things they might want throughout the year, [...]
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Everyone who knows our family or who has read this blog knows that we've struggled to keep the Captain in his own bed at night. You see, shortly after D was born, just after the Captain turned 2, we decided that he needed his own "big boy" bed. We put him in a different room, in a twin bed with bedrails. It worked pretty well. D was not in the crib yet, but everything I had read suggested to give the older sibling time [...]
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This Doodle Pants post was written by me. I received a free product in exchange for my honest opinions.
With having two boys, (and one on the way!) I have always felt our options are limited in the way of cute clothes. Sure, there are a lot of cute clothes for boys, but it's rare that I find something different that is fun, functional, and just plain cute. When we first received these Doodle Pants for D to wear, I honestly [...]
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I love to buy the boys news clothes, but I always have to rationalize whether or not they need it, how much it will be worn, etc, etc. I like to get the most out of my kids' clothes, who doesn't? When I heard about the new company, KinderStuff, I was excited! KinderStuff is offering adorable organic clothing for little ones at a great price. And besides that, they are being earth friendly and offer free return shipping PLUS a discount on future clothing. So, when your child grows out of his favorite KinderStuff shirt, just send [...]
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What a difference two years make! I hope you enjoy this blast from the past, where Baby D appears to be very frightened by the Captain's dinosaurs! Funny because now D is wearing this shirt!
Welcome to the February 2013 Natural Living Blog Carnival: Addressing Sleep Challenges. This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Natural Living Blog Carnival hosted by Happy Mothering and The Pistachio Project through the Green Moms Network. This month our members have written posts about how they address sleep challenges in their homes.
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Did you know that RSV is a common seasonal virus that affects two-thirds of all infants by age one and almost 100% of babies by age two? RSV is highly contagious and can live on surfaces for several hours or can be spread by kissing, touching, and hugging. RSV usually only causes mild to moderate cold-like symptoms, but in some babies, it can result in a very serious repiratory infection. Preemies are especially at risk because of their under developed lungs and fewer antibodies to fight off infections. There is no cure for RSV and it usually [...]
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If you've read this blog much at all, you'll know that Captain Fussybuckets has always been, well…fussy…about going to bed. Even since he was a baby, his sleeping habits have been less than desirable. We have never had a lullaby CD, but when I showed the "Over The Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project" CD, he was excited about having his very own lullaby CD and wanted to listen to it that [...]
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