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The Best of Mother’s Day Gift Guides

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(Note from Elizabeth):  Mother's Day (and Father's Day) are inherently a little sexist in my view - so please excuse any sexism/steroetyping/gender specificity in these suggestions. We focused on ideas for fun ways to celebrate all parents!) A Dad’s Guide to Her First Mother’s Day by Parents.com After braving pregnancy, childbirth, and many sleepless nights during her first year as a mom, Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show appreciation and admiration  with a present she won’t forget.  Our favorite picks from the list: Make a Sweet Card: Create an adorable card with a message coming from your baby....

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Safety Check-In

Posted by Brie Jepkema on

Keeping your little one safe is alway on the mind. Here are some quick reminders of crib and nursery safety to keep your loved one #SafelySnuggled. The vertical slats on your crib should be no more than 2 3/8 inches apart. One of your baby’s favorite past times will be trying to squeeze their heads through the slats. Let’s make sure they never win that game!   Make sure to use a firm mattress designed for your crib. Less than two fingers should fit between the mattress and crib. If you hadn’t noticed, babies tend to have small limbs. The goal is...

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Necessity is The Mother of Invention: 5 Amazing Inventions by Women

Posted by Ashley Caston on

Ever heard the phrase, “Necessity is the Mother of Invention,”?   We think it means that the driving force for most new inventions are women!    In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve pulled together a list of 5 amazing inventions by women that changed the world.     The Life Raft One day Maria Beasely looked out at vast sea and said, “People should, like, stop dying in huge transportation disasters.” Then in 1882 she invented life rafts. She wanted to create something that was, “fire-proof, compact, safe, and readily launched.” Much better than the life raft that was...

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Please meet Tricia.

Posted by Elizabeth Sopher on

Tricia found us about one year after Isaac passed away when she was setting up his memorial page and doing research on crib safety.  As you will learn from the videos we posted today Isaac died at 6 months from suffocation when his traditional fitted crib sheet popped off.   Since that moment, Tricia and Mark have worked to bring some good and happiness out of their grief.  They made the decision to donate Isaac’s organs and provide his cord blood for research which ultimately led to a treatment for myeloid leukemia; to honor his memory and keep it alive they...

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The Ultimate 2017 Baby Registry Guide. Which is right for you?

Posted by Elizabeth Sopher on

Bringing a baby into the world is a life changing and rewarding experience. As you welcome this new, delightful member into your family, you must also be prepared to adopt a new lifestyle. The most efficient, effective, economical, and fun way of ensuring you’ll be prepared for your new little-one is to create a baby registry. Creating a baby registry and sharing it with your friends will bring you plenty of benefits.    Most important, a baby registry will ensure you are prepared. You’re going to need some of the items on your registry right away. Between doctor’s appointments, taking...

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