7 Extremely Vital Tips from Moms to Future Moms

Being a new mom, you will face challenges like you have never experienced before. The great thing is, before becoming a parent, you most definitely have met at least one and talked about parenting. This is a wonderful time for women to unite and pass on their own learnings from their experience to women who […]

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Sleep Training

Up all night with your little one? Dreaming of the day when you will get a full night of sleep? Many people have a misconception that sleep training is something that you do once, around 6 months of age, if you do it at all. This implies that it is a one time fix and […]

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Supervision vs. Interference

This is a generation of parenting that allows for A LOT of “supervision” – we have video baby monitors that hook up to your wifi so that you can see your baby from anywhere in the world; we have family share plans that allow you to view everything your teen does on his cell phone; […]

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“Me, Again: How Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Transformed My Life.”

What an amazing read and I thank local Momee Friend, Bridget Croteau for putting it all out there and writing a book that is not only an easy read but, is so informative and authentic. If you or someone you know is going through Postpartum Depression and/or anxiety it is okay. You are not alone. […]

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The Parent Collective- coming to Huntington January & February 2019

The Parent Collective offers a new approach to prenatal and parenting classes which helps couples establish friendships among others living locally to them and due at the same time all while skipping the judgments and agendas of other classes. We see ourselves as an alternative to other childbirth education classes which lend themselves to a […]

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Join the Green Car Movement

Guest Post from Free Lance Writer : Amy Patterson It’s not news to anyone by now that our planet could use a helping hand. For nearly 50 years, there has been a huge movement of people trying to live “green” and more sustainably and despite all the changes and hard work, all of us could […]

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Picky Eater Food Chart

Let’s face it, all kids have those stages of PICKY EATING! Eating with kids can be a difficult process. Whether it is the look of the food, smell or if they even get to the point of biting it and then saying, “EWW!” it can be frustrating. 

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