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How To Dress Your Baby Like A Rock God: A Lesson in Last-Minute Costuming

Boo. That’s Boo. Not… It’s almost Halloween, and I’m not excited. When October 31st rolls around, we all say, “Boo!” for different reasons. I say it because I have to mutilate a perfectly functional gourd and wear cat ears to the grocery store. Halloween has just never really been my thing. It could be the […]

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Five Dollars, Five Ways: Dollar Store Activities for Kids – Rainbow Craft Sticks {Series}

Five Dollars, Five Ways is a series that explores a variety of activities for your kiddos based on a trip to the dollar store with a five dollar budget. We show you  how to maximize a few bucks for hours of fun and entertainment!   When I saw these rainbow craft sticks at my local dollar store, […]

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Baby Travel Hacks: Home Away from Home Edition {Series}

Traveling soon? We’ve got you covered. Our Travel Hacks Series covers planes, trains, and automobiles—as well as tips to make life with the littles more comfortable once you reach your destination. There is no place like home. Seriously. There really, really isn’t—especially when the only other place you’ve slept is a uterus. For parents, however, getting away is […]

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Homemade Food Pouches Made Easy!

When our daughter was getting close to starting solid foods, I decided that I would rather make her baby food than buy the jarred stuff. I never really knew if I was saving money or not, but I knew exactly what my child was eating, and that was all I cared about. Once she was eating more, I did […]

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The Talented Mr. Turtle : 4 New Ways to use your Kiddie Pool

It’s finally summer time in Nashville. The playgrounds are littered with bubble wands, the ice cream trucks have started their nightmarish, atonal songs, and the entire city smells like the locker room of a major league ball team. Another tell-tale sign? The kiddie pool. Beloved in July and detested with the first rainy September day. I’ve spent many an afternoon gazing lovingly at my son as he basks in his glorious teal grotto (with inflatable palm tree sunshade […]

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