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I’m so glad you’re here! Below you’ll find helpful resources and articles mostly written by me about all things related to what us moms do and care about. Over the years I’ve had a lot of questions and have learned a lot about many topics so I thought I’d use my blog as an outlet to share advice I have received over the years. If you haven’t taken the time to learn about the Moms Core 5 I suggest you start there as it’s the quickest way to a better life.

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7-Month Sleep Regression, I Thought It Was Over Months ago?

Is your baby already 7 months old and you can’t forget the moment when you held him for the first time, hearing his first cry? Yes, time flies. 7 months is a critical age. A child’s body and brain are growing so fast during that time. A peaceful night’s sleep of 11 hours and almost 2-3 hours of daytime sleep, along with the required nutrition is necessary for his healthy growth. However, the sleep cycle changes when a child grows.

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11-Month Sleep Regression – Why It Happens And How To Deal?

Just when you’re excited about your little one’s first birthday, you come face to face with sleepless nights and a fussy attitude from your toddler. We all know how difficult it is to get your young toddler on to a good sleeping schedule and just when you think you’ve finally figured it out, the 11-month sleep regressions hit you like a truck! Ouch! Those late-night crying sessions sure hurt, but you might be wondering, what caused this abrupt change. At

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Sugar Water for Babies: What are the Pros and Cons?

Sugar water is known for giving hydrating the body and giving it energy and even for its pain-relieving properties. While adults can drink it without any worries, it could be quite harmful to babies if not taken with precaution. Let’s see what exactly is sugar water and whether you should give it to your child or not. Sugar water for babies is usually for certain medical conditions; children who get multiple shots are advised to be given sugar water for

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Is 4-Month Sleep Regression Normal? ANSWERED HERE

While your infant is going through some big changes during the first few months of life, you might notice a big shift in their sleeping habits. One day you’re happily enjoying your little one’s milestones, and the other you find them up at night all grumpy! Unpredictable as we might call it, these unusual wake-ups and big changes in your child’s sleep schedule might be an indication that it’s time for the 4-month sleep regression to kick in. Most babies

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Common Sleep Regression Ages: How Sleep Regression Happens?

Have your baby’s sleep patterns changed, and you are wondering if he’s suffering from sleep regression? The first year of a baby’s life can be tough, exhausting, and stressful. Sometimes he sleeps in long stretches, while other times he awakens all night. Some parents can’t figure it out, but most of the time, the baby is suffering from infant sleep regression. Sleep regression is common among infants. It occurs at different points during the first year. Baby sleep regression ages

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3-Month Old Sleep Schedule: Tips And Tricks To Improve It

Now that the honeymoon phase with your newborn is slowly weaning off, you are hankering for a predictable schedule for your little one’s sleep. As your baby is slowly outgrowing their newborn clothes and diapers you might be struggling with finding the perfect routine for your newborn sleep. News Flash! 3-6 months of age is the trickiest time regarding your baby’s sleep, and you might have a lot of trouble figuring out a sleep schedule for them. Generally, a 3-month-old

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15-month Sleep Regression: 3 Signs Your Baby Is Having It

So, you’re done handling those 12-month-old sleep regressions, and you might be hoping for smooth sailing from now on, but the bad news is this is not always the case. Your little one is finally 15 months old and you’re trying to figure out a schedule for your their sleep. Just when you feel you’ve figured it all out, you end up with your toddler waking up at night all grumpy! Sleep regressions are temporary interferences with your child’s sleep

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Can Babies Die From Crying Too Long? Associated Risks

A baby cries, sometimes for prolonged periods and sometimes for shorter ones. This is normal, and it should not be a reason to worry for the most part. New parents might be worried if their baby’s crying too much, but it is usually completely normal. Crying is a means of communication for the baby. If a baby is dealing with sleep deprivation or wants a clean diaper, he’ll let you know by crying. Once the baby gets what he wants,

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The List Of 100 Foods Before 1 To Introduce To Your Baby

A new mom or a pregnant woman has a lot of questions and concerns about her baby’s health and wants to take the best possible steps that may help her child’s mental and physical growth. One of the major concerns of a parent is regarding the baby’s diet and what the baby eat before age one. Parents need to start new foods in the baby’s diet before one, as breast milk or formula can no longer provide all the nutrition

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Why Do Babies Sleep With Their Butt in the Air? 5 Fun Facts

When a baby sleeps, they constantly toss around or change positions a lot. This is very common and something that every sleeping baby does. However, a baby’s sleeping habits can be due to certain other reasons too. A common pose for many babies when they sleep is the butt in the air position. This one is actually more beneficial for the baby, and we will see how. Sleeping with your butt in the air can have benefits for your body

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