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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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How Many Words Should A 15-Month-Old Say?

Delighted and elated to hear those first words out of your little one’s mouth, but concerned about what happens after? We all know how emotional it is to hear your baby say their first words, but you might be wondering how many words a 15-month-old should say. While being unique to every toddler, there are a few things you might be concerned about in your little one’s development, one of them being their speech. We’ve all been there, keeping track

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My Baby Won’t Wake Up But She Is Breathing Do I Call 911?

If you’re here reading this article, indeed you’ve experienced that mini heart attack when your newborn baby won’t wake up, but you swear they are breathing. Being a mother, I have been there. I have freaked out at the fact that my two-month-old was sleeping for five to six hours, and I couldn’t get her to wake up. Eventually, she woke up and everything was fine. Now, let’s discuss whether this is normal and how common it is. Is there

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Can Kids Take Tums? Weird Question But The Age Matters Here

Kids having an upset stomach and acid reflux can cause the parents to worry, and they might consider giving their kids tums tablets. Not only is this irresponsible but also a little unsafe since Tums can cause headaches and weakness. While some Tums have been deemed safe for kids by medical professionals, no child under the age of 2 should take Tums without a prescription. Tums may help relieve acid reflux and stomach aches in adults, but they are not

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Is Your Newborn Not Pooping But Passing Gas? Do This Now!

A newborn not pooping but passing gas is a very common thing to happen in both breastfed and formula-fed babies. A baby’s digestive system is still developing, which sometimes results in babies not pooping but passing gas only. However, there are certain signs that might point towards a more concerning issue regarding your baby’s poop, and that will be discussed here. A constipated baby is uncomfortable, which causes a lot of crying. While crying, the baby could inhale air that

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Cornstarch for Diaper Rash Not Recommended, Here’s Why…

Being a parent, the comfort along with the health of your baby should be on the priority list. When diaper rashes strike, itchy, tender skin can cause distress for both you and your little one. In search of relief, many parents turn to the internet for advice on home treatment options. One remedy that is commonly suggested is using cornstarch for diaper rash to reduce friction and soothe the skin. However, it’s important to note that using cornstarch for diaper

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Can Babies Have Maple Syrup? Yes & No, It Depends On This…

Figuring out what your baby can and cannot eat can be a daunting jungle to navigate as a first-time mom. When I became a mom, I used to question everything when it came to my baby’s food. Most mothers usually wait for 3-4 months before introducing solid foods to their babies and even longer to introduce maple syrup or anything sugary. Now, can babies have maple syrup? The answer to your question is: Maple syrup is usually safe for consumption

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Why Do Babies Stare at Me? 7 Surprising Reasons!

Before I became a mother, I used to wonder, “Why do babies stare at me?” But after I became one, I got to know the answer to that question. When we first meet somebody, our brains are hard at work trying to figure out who they are and what their intentions are. That’s why babies stare. Babies staring at people or objects is pretty normal. While it may feel eerie and uncanny, it’s not a problem when the infants are

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What Do Babies Dream About? [You Will Be Surprised!]

Babies dream, just like all humans dream, and just like adults, babies’ dreams can be sweet or bad ones, which is why you might notice the baby smiling or crying in their sleep. So, wondering what babies dream about is common, and it will be answered here. It is normal for babies to show rapid eye movement, their bodies moving, and their mouths making sucking motions when they enter their dream world. If you notice your baby crying during his/her

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Why Do Babies Fight Sleep? [6 Signs Your Baby Is Doing It]

A baby’s sleep is very important for its development, but ironically the bedtime routine is where most babies create problems and constantly fight for sleep. This is why many mothers have this question,’ why do babies fight sleep’ and is there a way to stop fighting sleep? These will be answered here. There are many reasons babies fight sleep. One major reason why babies fight sleep is that they are overtired, which causes trouble settling at baby bedtime. When babies

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The Sitback Method- Effective Sleep Hack Or Not? [Tried It]

Though it is common for newborn babies to have trouble sleeping during the 4-month sleep regression period, which might end up leaving them fussy. Sit back method is one of many sleep training techniques that might help your baby girl or boy, learn a sleeping schedule. In this method, your wait for your baby to fall asleep while you watch over them by just placing your chair beside their crib. In case your child has trouble sleeping secondary to hunger, or reflux, try to cater to their needs accordingly. On the contrary, if you have trouble figuring out what’s bothering your baby, contact a healthcare professional.

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