Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting

Sleep Training a Toddler After Co-Sleeping

sleep training your toddler after co-sleeping
Sleep training a toddler after co-sleeping for a long time is possible, but the transition takes some effort from couples. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children under one year old should not co-sleep under any circumstances. It increases the risk of sudden infant death (SID). There are many benefits to sleeping training your
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2.5 Year Sleep Regression – How to Overcome It?

2.5 year sleep regression
Has your child stopped napping? Do not worry. Children should take a short nap during the day until they are 5 years old. The 2.5 year sleep regression is real, and the worst. If your child is experiencing a disruption to sleep, you should not worry. Most 2.5-year-olds need 1 to 2 hours of sleep every
Mom, Motherhood, Parenting

40 Christmas Presents Under $5 2022

According to Study Finds, people only use 43 percent of the Christmas gifts they get. Everyone wants to purchase the best Christmas presents for their loved ones. Unfortunately, the Christmas gifts they choose are sometimes influenced by money. However, most people are unaware that you can find the best Christmas gifts for under 5 bucks.
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Pregnant With No Symptoms?

pregnant with no symptoms
What does it mean when you are pregnant with no symptoms? According to the National Library of Medicine, 88 percent of pregnant women experience at least one pregnancy symptom in the first trimester. Common pregnancy symptoms include breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, food cravings, heartburn, and constipation. However, a very small amount of women experience no
Pregnancy

Methods To Reduce High-Risk Pregnancies

Did you just hear that your pregnancy is high-risk or have you had previous high-risk pregnancies in the past? Be very cautious! High-risk pregnancies make the risk of some uncontrollable complications during as well as after childbirth much higher. It is very important that your pregnancy is monitored by a high-risk OB/GYN.  Several high-risk pregnancy obstetricians
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Do Babies Need Teethers?

Do babies need teethers
Do babies need teethers? This is a very common question among mothers. Babies can begin teething at around 4 months of age. Unfortunately, teething comes with many discomforts. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends certain types of teethers and discourages other types. If you are wondering whether babies need teethers, and which teethers are recommended,
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Inito Fertility Monitor Review

Trying to conceive can be a difficult journey for many people. Ovulation has to occur, and you must baby dance during the fertile window in order to conceive. Many women choose to use ovulation kits to detect their highest fertile days. However, according to the National Library of Medicine, 37 percent of cycles are anovulatory.
Parenting, Parenting

11 Mum Hacks that Will Make Mom Life Easier

Motherhood is a full-time job, and there's no manual to tell you how to do it. But a few hacks can make the job a little bit easier. Whether hiring a babysitter or asking your mother-in-law to watch the kids for an afternoon, getting some help will free up valuable time to take care of
Motherhood, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Journey

When Do You Start Showing During a Pregnancy?

when do you start showing during pregnancy
When do you start showing during pregnancy? It really depends on a few factors, and everyone starts showing at a different time. Also, you will definitely notice your baby bump before everyone else. If this is your first pregnancy and you are excited to see your pregnancy belly, just know that eventually your baby bump will