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Mercury In Retrograde: How It Affects Your Motherhood

April 12, 2017 | No Comments

Your toddler isn’t listening (even more than usual). You forget to pack a change of clothes for daycare. You leave your grocery list at home, and can’t remember if he likes the cereal in the blue box or the red box. As if being a mom wasn’t crazy enough, things go absolutely nuts a few […]

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Tips By Trimester: Well Rounded NY’s Premiere Pregnancy Event

March 27, 2017 | No Comments

*All images by Stylish and Hip Kids Photography. Well Rounded NY invited me as a Tips By Trimester guest, but all opinions are my own. Pregnancy is a time for learning. What are the healthiest foods for your growing baby? Which formula is right for your little one? What new products should you put on […]

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Is Organic Infant Formula the Best for Your Baby?

March 10, 2017 | 14 Comments

Almost as soon as you learn you’re expecting, there are a ton of decisions to be made. Epidural or none? Cloth diaper or disposable? Breastfeed or formula feed? And if you do decide to formula feed, you have even more choices to make. Soy based, cow milk based, organic, sensitive–with all the brand on the […]

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I See Me Personalized Books Make Kids Heroes

February 27, 2017 | 5 Comments

Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., and Matthew Henson are some of the heroes little boys and girls learn about each Black History Month. Hearing stories about these historical figures helps to inspire kids and show them that they can dream big and change the world. Too often, the images that […]

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The Scary After Baby Condition You Don’t Know About

February 22, 2017 | 1 Comment

Throughout your pregnancy, you’re checked for signs that everything’s going right. Your blood. Your urine. Your glucose levels. Each time you go to the doctor, you’re poked and prodded and asked to pee in a cup, to make sure that you and your growing baby are healthy. After you deliver, everything’s supposed to go back […]

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