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6 Super Healthy Foods for
Your Toddler This Spring

Spring is here. And so are the many delicious fruits and vegetables that spring brings. This is the perfect time for your family to indulge in the season’s best. It will be a pleasant change from the winter menu, especially for your toddler, as there will be more colors, flavors, and textures on the plate. Plus, introducing this variety will help create healthy food habits in your little one. Read more of our collaboration with What to Expect!

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5 Unexpected Lessons from
My First Year of Motherhood

When I found out I was pregnant, I was pretty sure I knew what motherhood would be like. I’m a teacher and have worked with children in some form or fashion for as long as I can remember. The oldest of three siblings, I started babysitting for other families at age 12. (What were they thinking letting a sixth-grader watch their toddlers?) I’d read the books on what to expect and truly felt that all my experience and knowledge had prepared me to raise a little one of my own.

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How Busy Moms Can
Find Time to Go to the Doctor

Many moms make sure everyone else in their family is taken care of before tending to their own needs. Well checks, dental appointments, haircuts for your kids? You’re on it. Your own stuff? Not so much. We hope our strategies help you overcome the hurdles you may be facing when trying to take care of your own health.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Car Seats

Choosing a car seat for your child is a major decision, and we’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ll address all your car seat questions: What are the different types of car seats? How long are babies in infant car seats? How long do kids use booster seats? What are the best car seats? How do you properly install a car seat? Where can I get my car seat checked by a safety professional? We’ll clarify the entire process of researching, purchasing, and installing your car seat so you’ll feel more confident transporting your most precious cargo.

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Nursing Bras - Your Ultimate Guide

Although it may be tempting to make do with what you already have, a well-designed nursing bra works with your body, not against it, helping you to enjoy your baby even more – plus purchasing your first nursing bra is an exciting milestone! Nursing Bras: Your Ultimate Guide will tell you everything you need to know to find your perfect nursing bra fit!

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How to Win at Dinnertime:
Tips for Weeknight Family Meals

I remember the moment I realized our dinnertime routine needed a serious overhaul. Tears streaming down my face, newborn twins in my arms, and a hangry toddler at my feet, I was facing the nightly dilemma of what to make for dinner. After a long day of keeping tiny humans alive, figuring out dinner felt impossible. I felt like I was failing. Cereal for dinner again? We could live on that for only so long.

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10 Simple Date Night Ideas for New Parents

When you’ve just brought home a brand-new baby, you’re immersed in feeding, diapering, and trying to get whatever sleep possible. Your body is also healing from delivery, and your emotions are likely all over the place. The newborn phase is both blissful and challenging, and it’s easy to put your relationship with your partner on the back burner. Read on for some ideas for staying in and going out that are sure to spice up your relationship!

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Five Tips to Get Your Kids to
Eat More Vegetables

Jennifer Blossom of Blossoming Mommy and Baby shares her favorite tips to get kids to eat more veggies: "Whether you’ve got a little who’s refusing to eat the green-headed forest tree (AKA broccoli) or you’re skipping the vegetables altogether because you just can’t handle one more food battle, I hope the following tips and tricks will help you get your kids to eat more veggies."

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How to Connect with Your Partner
After Having a Baby

Having a newborn is one of the most special times for you and your partner. There’s nothing like bringing home that precious bundle and settling into your new life together. With all of the wonderful changes during this time, there are also challenges in developing a new routine, including finding meaningful ways to stay emotionally connected with your partner.

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Valentine’s Day Gifts for New Moms:
What to Get and What to Give

Since new and expectant moms deserve a little extra love, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite items. Whether you’re shopping for your partner, friend, or daughter, make her Valentine’s Day extra special. We’ve also included some KB Moms’ favorite Valentine’s Day traditions and gift ideas.

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How to Cope with the Challenges of
Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

Being a stay-at-home mom (SAHM) can be the most fulfilling role you’ll ever have, but too often, moms don’t get credit for all they do. On any given day, you may be a nurse, comforter, chauffeur, CEO of your household, cook, housekeeper, counselor, teacher, etc. You’re always on duty, and your job never truly ends. In fact, research shows that the average SAHM mom puts in over 90 hours per week. Remember that the next time you feel like you didn’t accomplish much in a day. 

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How Busy Moms Can Make Healthy Meals for Their Families

Guest blogger Jennifer Blossom, the CEO/Founder of blossomingmommyandbaby.com, shares her tips for healthy meals: "Healthy, fast meals and motherhood should go hand in hand, so why do so many of us seem to struggle in this aspect of #momlife? It is my mission today to figure out why it’s so tough and provide you with an action-packed game plan for creating simple, affordable, tasty, and healthy meals for you and your sweet little family."

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5 Ways to Ditch the Guilt and Reach Your Fitness Goals This Year

All the hype surrounding New Year’s resolutions can leave you feeling overwhelmed before the year even starts. Every year there’s a lot of pressure to “get in shape” and make this year “the best one ever.” There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be healthier or more fit—and resolutions can help you accomplish what you’ve dreamed of doing—but setting attainable goals is the best way to set yourself up for success.

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Happy New Year!

Whether you’re exhausted from the holidays or energized by the new year, I hope you remember that you are nothing short of amazing, you are more than enough, and you are the right mom for your little one. May the coming year be magical and filled with new wonders as you see the world for a second time through the eyes of your child.

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10 Self-Care Tips for New Moms

As a mom, it can be so hard to remember to make time for yourself, and it often feels downright impossible to find that time. After I had my first child, it seemed so easy to address his needs and put mine on hold, but since the demands of mothering don’t stop, I soon became depleted, physically and emotionally. In this article, we share ten of our favorite self-care strategies.

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10 Parenting Affirmations for Moms

There may be no greater joy than being tackled by your giggling toddler, squeezed into a bear hug, and smothered in kisses. That’s the kind of thing you might have daydreamed about when you got that positive pregnancy test. You probably didn’t daydream about the laundry, dishes, and tantrums. You probably didn’t daydream about how tough motherhood can sometimes be. In this article, we'll share 10 of our favorite parenting affirmations (downloadable) to help you in those tough times.

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10 Simple Steps for a More Positive New Year

What can you do so that this time next year you can say, “2019 was a success.”? What does it mean to have a successful year? Does it mean your friendships were stronger than they were a year ago? Does it mean you’re proud of who your children became this year? Does it mean your marriage was better this year than last? What if it meant that 2019 was your most positive year?

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Five Tips for Enjoying the Holidays When You Have a New Baby

The holidays bring merriment and memory-making but also a glut of events, expenses, and demands on your resources, which can be especially challenging with a new baby. Your baby doesn’t care if you have cookies to bake, lights to string, or presents to wrap. With disturbances to the predictable routine and overstimulating visits with the extended family, babies rely on you for physical and spiritual nourishment even more now. We’ve collected our best tips for reducing stress and ensuring an enjoyable holiday season!

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Hey Mama, Here Are 10 Ways to Find Time for Yourself

Being a mom can be the most fulfilling role you’ll ever have, and while you wouldn’t change it for the world, you still need balance in your life. Taking time for self-care is paramount to being a healthy mom for your child and your family. Finding this elusive time to recharge your batteries is easier said than done, and self-care means different things to different people. Whatever form of downtime appeals to you, here are ten ideas to help you create that space in your day.

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Six Maternity and Breastfeeding Essentials for a Cozy Winter

The holiday season is rapidly approaching, and along with it, some colder weather. Although you’ve probably purchased everything needed to keep your baby warm and snug during the winter months, you’ll also want to make sure you’ve prepared yourself by stocking up on Kindred Bravely’s Cozy Essentials. These items guarantee comfort, and they make great gifts for any pregnant or nursing mama. Since every mom—especially a new one—deserves a little something to make her feel pampered and appreciated, this is the perfect opportunity to spread the love!

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