Month: May 2022

[ad_1] Today we’re sharing our list of favorite nicknames for boys! When I found out my firstborn baby was a boy, I was beyond excited. I immediately started narrowing down my baby name list to pick the perfect name for our son. One of our top priorities was a strong boy name that came with
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[ad_1] Have you ever heard of orgasmic birth? Not many have. Overmedicalization of maternity care, especially in low-risk births, has sterilized the birth experience, taking away access to a full range of comfort, emotional support, and most of all, pleasure. Without a system that supports women and all birthing people to stay in their power
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[ad_1] Some babies start crawling as early as six months, while others take up to a year. So what’s the right timeline for your baby to start crawling? There’s no right or wrong answer to this question – every baby develops at their own pace. But if you’re curious about when your little one might
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[ad_1] One of the most exciting parts of pregnancy is selecting a name for your baby! If you’re expecting a daughter and looking for rustic or country girl names, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of the best country names for girls. These country girl names are English, French, Greek, Hebrew,
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[ad_1] Deciphering whether or not you’re experiencing pregnancy symptoms can be as confusing as it is challenging. Did I eat something that upset my stomach, or do I have morning sickness? Am I coming down with something that’s making me so exhausted? Did I drink too many fluids that I’m constantly urinating? With so many
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[ad_1] Hallelujah! The warm weather is finally coming around! With summer not too far away, I’m so excited to share some easy-to-make, kid-friendly popsicle recipes. Sure, store-bought popsicles are great, and I always assumed making homemade popsicles would be too much work to be worth it. But I’m here to tell you, I’ve officially been
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[ad_1] Dave Weier considers it pure joy to father three stepsons. When he and his wife, Trena, married, the boys were young—ages 6, 9, and 11. With no kids of his own, he didn’t hesitate to help raise someone else’s kids, although he admits it wasn’t always easy. Now, 25 years later, Dave is thankful
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[ad_1] This post is sponsored by College Savings Plans Network, but the opinions are our own. Hands down, a college degree is the single best investment a parent can make in their child’s future. But it’s also expensive. The tension between the need for a college degree and its cost is at the core of
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