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The Brilliant Way to Bond with Baby!

The Brilliant Way to Bond with Baby!

When we come across amazing products that benefit families and children we just have to share them with you, our readers.  On average, we receive 3-5 products a day and only 1-2 out of every 5 make it to a blog feature.  We are picky and want to make sure we are providing you with(…)

CELEBRATING THE NEW YEAR WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS

CELEBRATING THE NEW YEAR WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS

Fun Tips from Mommy’s Time Out Wine Enjoying the New Year when you have children brings a new host of challenges, especially if you’re a newer parent.  The makers of Mommy’s Time Out Wine understand and have offered the following ideas: Keep it Simple; Celebrate at Home: Being a parent is stressful enough, but combine(…)

Overcoming Attention Deficit to Thrive

Overcoming Attention Deficit to Thrive

“Has trouble concentrating” and “does not work up to potential” found their way home on many of my report cards. I’m guessing I would have been diagnosed with ADD if there had been such a thing way back then. My stepson was diagnosed with ADHD and ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) when he was in elementary(…)

5 Medical Providers Who Offer Support to New Moms

5 Medical Providers Who Offer Support to New Moms

5 Medical Providers Who Offer Support to New Moms If you are a new mom, you may be feeling confused, scared, and overwhelmed. When you bring that new little person home with you, he or she doesn’t come with a set of instructions. Instead of struggling during those first few tough months of motherhood, look(…)

Help Get Your “i-Kids” Back to the Holiday Table!

Help Get Your “i-Kids” Back to the Holiday Table!

Written by Carew Papritz for Mom-Spot.com Have you experienced a holiday dinner when it seems like the kids are more thankful for their phones than their family?  With kids glued to their apps, screens, texts, and videos, we’ve finally reached the modern equivalent of that age-old parenting adage, “Be seen but not heard.”  Now our(…)

Helping children cope with the loss of a pet

Helping children cope with the loss of a pet

Pets are an amazing contribution to a happy family life. They offer companionship and unconditional love, and can teach children valuable lessons about compassion, responsibility, and caretaking. Sadly, the lives of pets are short, and children may have to face a pet’s passing. Guiding a child through this difficult time is a challenge for parents,(…)