Tag Archives: Toddlers & Preschoolers

Why babies and toddlers should stay in a rear-facing car seat as long as possible

I remember a number of years ago (okay, full confession – about 18 years ago) when I couldn’t wait to move my baby out of her infant-only car seat and into her new forward-facing car seat.  I was anxious to … Continue reading

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Teething

It’s funny how certain memories in my life come flooding back when I hear other parents talk about the same situation that not all that long ago was my reality. I have two words for you…teething baby  (dun, dun duhhh).

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Oatmeal Goo & the Dreaded Temper Tantrum

How do you feel? Sometimes you can see it coming, but sometimes it will hit when you least expect it.  It can strike anywhere.  You could be at home, in the car, at the store, at grandma’s, in the playgroup… … Continue reading

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