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yesterday at 20:51. Facebook
Lovey sleepover at the library increases children's excitement for reading West Orange Public Library, and it's adorable!

Other tips to get little readers engaged:
Reading to your children daily, choosing one or two books to read repeatedly
Pairing a book with an activity, like going to the park
Choosing toys that appear as characters in picture books
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yesterday at 17:57. Facebook
Motherhood can be disappointing. Even the best mothers who make the cutest cupcakes, who keep the cleanest house, who iron every pair of jeans before they are worn, and who never get tired of building block towers or wiping boogers off of their little ones’ noses can easily fall into a slump.

When Motherhood Disappoints

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yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Kids face a lot of disappointment, even during the toddler years! In fact, many parents are surprised to find that their mellow little babies suddenly turn into not-so-mellow perfectionists that are full of big feelings, who seem to fall apart for no good reason.

Failure — big and small — is just something that happens. We can choose to let it get us down, or we can choose to find another way.

How to Help Your Kids Cope With Failure - EverydayFamily

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yesterday at 02:07. Facebook
If you’re looking for baby name inspiration, the prettiest things in the world are the best place to start looking. From their delicate shape, their gorgeous smell, and the pretty names they’ve been given, they’re perfect inspiration for your growing baby. [ Everydayfamily.com Link ]
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yesterday at 01:05. Facebook
What all expecting mothers should know about the anatomy ultrasound: [ Everydayfamily.com Link ]

Special feature! You can listen to this post rather than read it, perfect for busy parents. Check it out!
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03/22/2017 at 23:57. Facebook
What would you say if I told you that there was one incredibly easy, super simple, totally free trick to achieving the all-natural labor and delivery of your dreams?

The Simple Trick To Use For A Natural Delivery

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03/22/2017 at 23:01. Facebook
Many young children struggle with regulating their emotions, and the “tantrums” characteristic of the toddler years can look more like angry outbursts as kids grow. One thing I tell parents over and over again is that anger is often the “surface emotion.” When you dig beneath the surface, you find all kinds of triggers that contribute to what looks like anger.

What to Do When Your Kid Has Angry Outbursts

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03/22/2017 at 21:57. Facebook
Can a fetus send its own stem cells to repair its mother's damaged organs? snopes.com says...

Can a Fetus Send Its Own Stem Cells to Repair Its Mother’s Damaged Organs?

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03/22/2017 at 18:03. Facebook
"As a psychotherapist, I’ve had many parents sit on my couch with tears trickling down their cheeks as they uttered the same phrases, “We didn’t know. We were told he would grow out of it.” Years later, they felt angry, sad, and guilty. They wanted to go back in time because early intervention isn’t just a catchphrase – it works."

Understanding Autism: Why Early Intervention Works

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03/22/2017 at 17:56. Facebook
The truth is, doctors, like the rest of us mere mortals, are all different. They can have different medical beliefs, philosophies, and personalities, and choosing a pediatrician to care for your family is one of the most important decisions you will ever make as a parent. [ Everydayfamily.com Link ]
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03/22/2017 at 15:58. Facebook
Being a parent is a never-ending, tough role. We're constantly being pulled in a million directions - it can be an overwhelming job.

Don't think you have any time to unwind? You do. Try one of these quick tips to help - they only take a moment!

7 Quick Stress-Reducing Strategies - EverydayFamily

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03/22/2017 at 02:01. Facebook
You’re scrolling through your newsfeed, smiling at cute babies, laughing at funny memes, and reading what your friends are up to. Then something catches your eye. The adorable baby smiling out at you though your screen is in her car seat improperly.

What should you do? Reach out to the mom and let her know her baby might be in danger and risk offending her? Say nothing and let a baby...
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When Would You Tell Another Parent Their Baby Is in a Potentially Dangerous Situation?

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03/21/2017 at 23:57. Facebook
No judgement. Do you ever let your baby cry it out?

Does Crying It Out Hurt Your Baby?

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03/21/2017 at 23:02. Facebook
Does your kid get car sick?

Some kids get sick nearly every time they are in the car for more than fifteen minutes. Other kids react with an upset tummy only to long car rides. No matter when it strikes, carsickness is no fun for parents or kids.

End Carsickness Now! Read These Tips Before Your Next Road Trip

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03/21/2017 at 22:17. Facebook
Are you consuming enough protein to support you and your growing baby?

A non-pregnant woman should get around 45g of protein per day but in pregnancy that number increases to 75-100g.

5 Ways to Get More Protein While Pregnant

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03/21/2017 at 20:31. Facebook
Too cute! I could totally see my son doing this.

Hey! Hey! Look! It's you! • r/aww

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03/21/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Formula is expensive! Tips to save you money and get baby fed
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03/21/2017 at 18:03. Facebook
People often suggest talking to your toddlers to help build that very important vocabulary. While it’s true that conversing with your child helps build conversational skills, toddlers also need quiet time.

So what is the best way to help your toddler develop the communication skills that will make life easier? [ Everydayfamily.com Link ]
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03/21/2017 at 16:03. Facebook
Do you "glow" when pregnant?

If you're like me and are more of the sweaty type, here's how you can fake the glow and really help your skin while you're at it:

Creating Your Own Pregnancy Glow

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