Need tips and advice for your new itty-bitty bundle of joy? Here’s the 411 on infants. Whether you are a first time parent, fourth time parent or are just seeking out some help, we have enlisted real parents to share their tribulations, helpful hints and much more. You will find a little something for everyone along with an abundance of real life parent to parent help.


The stage of many firsts. Whether first words, first steps or even the first temper tantrum where your child is laying on the floor pounding their tiny hands/feet like drum sticks, we have all been there. I mean they don’t call it the terrible twos for nothing.Let’s share tricks to make those terrible twos (or threes) a much more enjoyable time. There are going to be challenges, tears shed, but many smiles and giggles. Here is some great advice for you to succeed with a smile on your face and your patience still intact.


What a beautiful time in any parent’s life; pregnancy. This is a magical time where you are watching your belly grow, seeing your baby dancing, or even feel their tiny hiccups. Does your baby has a “womb mate?. Don’t fret, we are here to help.There may be questions from mommy or daddy during pregnancy about changes happening to your family during this time. It may even be a hormonal time in both parents life as well, but that is normal and the mood swings shall pass with time. Side note Daddy, but Mommy sometimes may not be able to control those tears over forgetting to put away the dishes. We have enlisted many mommies to help with questions/concerns. This is a time to enjoy your 40 weeks of growing your little bundle of joy, so please savor every moment.


As parents, we seem to put ourselves on the back burner. Whether it be your career or anything. When adding a child into the mix, you need to remember self care. It’s not a selfish thing to do. Just because you have kids, doesn’t mean you can’t take some time to yourself. It can be as simple as a bubble bath alone, a run outside, or a few hours away to shop. A fully fueled and patience filled parent will always feel better than one with a drained tank. Let’s talk some more about how to juggle being a parent with every other aspect of your life.


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