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More Than 50 Uses for a Muslin Swaddle Blanket

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More Than 50 Uses for a Muslin Swaddle Blanket

Moms carry too much stuff.  We have to have a hang bag inventory for. every. single. emergency (and I-forgot-my-favorite-sock “emergency”). To help simplify, today we share the truly multi-use nature of one of motherhood’s most present items: the lightweight, breathable muslin swaddle blanket.   Below are MORE than 50 uses for the swaddle blanket. Some of them are legitimate emergency uses (and might destroy your swaddle), but others are reusable everyday uses we just might not have thought of. Read on and simplify your life by carrying around one of these lightweight, endlessly-useful blankets instead of other 51 one-use items....

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Beach Hacks for the Busy Mom

Beach Hacks for the Busy Mom

  My kids love the beach, but I often find myself thinking of the logistical nightmare of getting the whole crew out--and happy--in the sun all day. Sand, food, shade, sunscreen, waves, water, SHARKS (kidding. mostly.)--there is a lot for mom to think about. Here are some beach hacks to make your visit relaxing for you and enjoyable for everyone! Slather up before you get to the beach: My fair skin will be well on it’s way to a crisp if I wait to put my sunscreen on until after I complete my beach “mom duties”. So I don’t have...

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Are Screens Rotting (Or Enriching?) My Toddler's Brain? 5 Things to Know about Screens from the AAP

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Are Screens Rotting (Or Enriching?) My Toddler's Brain? 5 Things to Know about Screens from the AAP

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) previously recommended no screen time for children under two years old. Recently, however the AAP updated the guidelines for infant and toddler screen time. Here’s what you need to know: #1: Still No Screen Time for Infants Younger than 18 Months: the reasoning for this is complex, but it comes down to parent-and-child interaction. Infants’ brains are developing rapidly and play time with mom and dad, eye contact, songs, games, and touch help establish neural connections and foster healthy development. A digital babysitter before a child is 18 months of age is not recommended...

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All swaddle blankets are LIVE!

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All swaddle blankets are LIVE!

  You will have to excuse our child-like excitement over the little fact that ALL OUR SWADDLE BLANKETS ARE LIVE!! As a small, family-owned, family-run, family-everything business, little events like this make us giddy inside.  Part of the inventory high? The fact that our swaddle blankets are amazing are we thrilled to share them with the world.  Our swaddle blankets are MODERN (unique designs) Our swaddle blankets are MINIMAL (the pattern on our blankets leaves more white space than other swaddles on the market) Our swaddle blankets are GIANT (almost 4 ft square) Our swaddle blankets are ridiculously SOFT (bamboo rayon +...

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Show Love to Your Toddler: 5 Questions Beyond "How Was Your Day?"

Show Love to Your Toddler: 5 Questions Beyond "How Was Your Day?"

Adding a new baby to your family is an adjustment for everyone, but your toddler might feel it the most. Leaving behind the "parent-attention-monopoly" she was used to, she might not know how to navigate the post-baby "parent-attention-sharing" world. Consequently, acting out for attention may ensue.  To ease the transition, show your toddler some love by spending ten minutes of quality time talking about her day. If you don't know where to start, here are five questions that move WAY past "How was your day?" and work in conversations with kids as young as two.  "What was the best part of your...

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