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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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Undigested Milk In Baby Stool: Improve Your Baby’s Digestion

There are several reasons why a baby’s stool could have undigested milk and many ways by which you can improve this condition. Even if it seems unusual, it’s quite natural. It may be undigested food when a baby eats solid food. Breastfed babies can have white chunks in their normal poop. This could also be milk fat that your baby’s digestive tract was unable to process. Undigested milk fat, both in formula-fed babies and breastfed babies often makes up white curds. Many formula-fed babies are unable to handle the protein in cow’s milk. It is also very common that the milk remains undigested since babies don’t chew their food up properly.

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Cloth Diapers as Burp Cloths? 5 Benefits (DIY at Home Now!)

On average, burp clothes are 10 to 15 inches long and are an essential part of your baby’s daily activities. So using diaper burp cloths can really prove economical and handy. Cotton chenille is considered the best burp cloth fabric due to its high absorbency. Not all burp cloths are perfect for your baby, but it varies from baby to baby. More importantly, it is always a question of how many burp cloths will be required. In such a case, you have to make sure a ton of features are present in the cloth diapers that you are purchasing. If the quality and quantity both are within the budget, only then, you can go ahead and look for other features.

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When Do Babies Laugh? [Possibility of A Developmental Delay]

With the addition of a new family member parents have to navigate a lot of concerns, in addition to this parents are very curious about the growth of their little one and notice their child’s every move. As a result, they spend most of their time searching online for the exact stages of the baby’s mental and emotional growth and worry about the healthy development of their babies for the first year. We are here to help you by providing

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6 Reasons Your Baby Can Have Yellow Spit Up

Your baby can’t just stop giving you tough times, but when he is calmed, it is the best feeling in the world. So once you see you have yellow spit-up, you instantly go into panic mode. But before you do that, hear us out. Gastroesophageal Reflux is responsible for yellow spit-up in babies. You need to contact your doctor if your baby is a newborn and under the age of one month and has symptoms like vomiting, nausea, heartburn, and

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Help! My Newborn Baby’s Leg Shakes. Could It Be Seizures?

Babies show all sorts of individual behaviors. It is only natural to worry if you notice something unusual or unique, especially when you are a new parent. While it is expected that your baby’s legs shake when they are crying, it might point toward a bigger problem. In newborns, shaking in the legs and arms when crying is natural. It should end after 1 to 2 months. Newborns and babies are startled easily. They spread their arms and legs wide

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Baby’s Stomach Measuring Small on Ultrasound? 5 Main Causes

Pregnancy is a beautiful yet challenging process where everything needs to be monitored to ensure there are no issues. Despite this, there are certain times when one feels lost, confused, or worried about certain things. A common reason women worry is unusual findings in an ultrasound. Many people ask about their baby’s stomach measuring small on the ultrasound, but there is no need to worry. Every child is different. Some babies are born with something called fetal growth restriction. It

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Do Diapers Expire? All That You Need To Know About Old Diapers!

While the cost of everything is soaring with inflation, new parents are faced with the dilemma of whether they should use old diapers or not. To throw out or not, that is the real question. While numerous myths surround this topic, parents desperate to save every penny can get some help with these pointers from me. Don’t hesitate to use an old diaper. As they have indefinite shelf life, they aren’t harmful to your baby. However, with time, discoloration, lack

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When Do Your Baby’s Eyebrows Grow? What Can You Do About It?

Every mom-to-be loves checking the progress of her growing baby. Every week there is a new developmental milestone and every week you will be amazed by how quickly the little bub in your stomach is growing. One such amazing milestone is the growth of eyebrow hair. Most moms are curious to find out when their baby will develop those beautiful dark eyebrows and if you are one of them, then you are in the right place! All babies are born

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Is It Normal for Baby’s Poop to Smell like Vinegar?

New moms, you are in for a lot of surprises if it’s your first baby. So, you have been doing everything perfectly and taking grandmother’s advice on motherly things. But how can you be sure your baby is all right when the baby poop smells like vinegar? A baby’s poop keeps changing color and odor depending upon the baby’s diet and usually smells sweet if the baby is breastfed. If the poop smells like vinegar, it may indicate indigestion, lactose

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I Accidentally Gave My Baby Honey, Should I Be Worried?

You want to do everything to perfection for your newborn. From old techniques to experimenting with new ones, you are always up for testing things that can benefit your baby’s health. However, you may be in doubt after giving your baby a taste of honey.  So, what happens now? The first thing that you must remember is that you shouldn’t put things like honey in your baby’s mouth if he/she isn’t yet a year old. Honey has excess sugars and

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