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Working at Home with Kids: Myths vs. Reality

If you’ve never worked at home with a young child in the house you probably have some ideas about how it would work – and you’d most likely be wrong! So, let’s debunk some of the common myths surrounding working at home with a young child (or children!) in the house:

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Pacifier Weaning: 7 Tips to Make It Easier

Pacifier Weaning: 7 Tips to Make It Easier

Are you ready to start pacifier weaning for your child? Unless there is a specific reason that you must take away your child’s pacifier in a hurry, it’s best to do it slowly but surely. Here are a few ideas for getting the process going when you’re ready to start pacifier weaning.

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7 Things You Must Know for Bunk Bed Safety

7 Things You Must Know for Bunk Bed Safety

Here are 7 things you must know for bunk bed safety.

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All About Baby Massage

All About Baby Massage

Baby massage has been practiced since ancient times. It can be as simple as a gentle rub with lotion after a bath or a more practiced infant massage. The benefits are many for both baby and parent.

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Best Bedtime Snacks to Help Your Child Sleep

Best Bedtime Snacks to Help Your Child Sleep

Many foods can affect energy level and sleepiness. Some bedtime snacks induce a feeling of calm and even drowsiness, while others can create feelings of alertness.

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Night-Waking: Does Your Baby or Toddler Have a Problem?

Night-Waking: Does Your Baby or Toddler Have a  Problem?

During the first year of life, a baby wakes up frequently during the night. Amongst toddlers, about 47% of them wake at least once per night and need an adult’s help to return to sleep. Night waking is not a problem. It is a biological fact. The problem lies in our perceptions of how a baby or young child should sleep and in our own needs for an uninterrupted night’s sleep.

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