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What Do I Really Need for a Baby (Part 6)

Continuing the What Do I need for a Baby Series inspired by the Babies R Us New Parents Checklist, today is onto part 6! If you missed parts 1-5 you can click on the links below to check out what you
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Upcoming Events at the Beardsley Zoo

If you are someone who has been reading here since I started writing this blog last August, you will know that my family carries a yearly pass to the Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport. It is a great
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What Every Pregnant Women Should Know About Her Rights

Going into the hospital to give birth can sometimes be a scary experience for some women, especially with the maternity care system as we know it today. Knowing your legal rights as a patient is very
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New Study Shows : Breastfeeding Saves Lives!

A new study that has come out recently shows that despite all the medical advances, and advances in infant formula, there are 911 babies in the United States alone annually that will die as a result
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10 Ways to Go Green on Earth Day!

Today we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day! Here are a couple great, and easy tips to help you and your family go green! Start a compost pile, or build a compost bin in your backyard. This
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Facebook’s Anti-Parenting Agenda

I know most probably do not keep up with the Politics of Facebook, and what takes place regarding the website. Heck, I still have some friends and family members that absolutely refuse to use the
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The Cupcake Truck

The days are getting longer, and warmer, and many of us mothers are looking for fun activities to get us, and our children out of the¬†house.¬† My newest discovery, which really isn’t very new to the
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Better Births, Lower Costs!

Something I have been saying all along. The less intervention, and medical technology that is put into normal and low risk birthing women, the better off the outcomes will be. We will have lower
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