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Feeding & Nutrition

Whether you’re bottle feeding, breastfeeding (or trying to juggle both), or about to embark into the messy world of solids, feeding a tot isn’t always as simple as it should be. In this section, we cover everything from breastfeeding tips, choosing the right formula, understanding allergies and healthy & fun recipe ideas.

6 Creative Lunchbox Ideas Your Kid Will Love

6 Creative Lunchbox Ideas Your Kid Will Love

Finding healthy foods that your kids are willing to eat can be tricky. (By tricky we mean borderline impossible!) However, it’s incredibly important to keep kids well fed so that they can have the right kind of energy to grow, play, learn and sleep properly. Thanks to Pinterest – we found some amazing options! Here are our six tried and tested lunch ideas that our own kids love!

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Why We’re Obsessed With Gathre Mats

Why We’re Obsessed With Gathre Mats

As moms who want items for our families that appeal to our sense of style, we could not be more obsessed with Gathre Mats. With both leather and vegan options, these miracle mats come in a range of shapes and sizes and can be used for yoga, feeding, tummy time, beach dates, park picnics and more!

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When Breastfeeding Doesn’t Work Out – The Do’s And Don’ts

When Breastfeeding Doesn’t Work Out – The Do’s And Don’ts

Many moms struggle with breastfeeding and are told that if they just try hard enough it will work out. Yet, sometimes, no matter what we do, it just doesn’t work out and we have to find another way to feed our baby. There are options and you aren’t alone.

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5 Made By Dads Brands We Love

5 Made By Dads Brands We Love

One of these brands makes a wooden robot that teaches kids how to code, another created a truly all-terrain stroller, two offer stylish and innovative sleeping solutions and the other invented the famous sanity-saving MamaRoo bouncer. So what do they all have in common? They were all started by dads and we can’t get enough of them.

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