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Did you know that the first 6 months of a babies life is the crucial time for implementing good digestive health?
I won’t lie, I have to take an iron supplement because I am anemic which messes up the digestive system. Constipation from the overload of iron is unreal, which is why I take probiotics. But did you know that probiotics can be passed onto the baby in the womb too? I HIGHLY recommend that ALL pregnant women take not only probiotics but digestive enzymes as well. And continue taking them while nursing too, since they play a huge part in having a healthy baby!
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The holidays are kind of weird around here since I grew up doing them with my family, but my husband did not. Although I try to oblige my husband’s beliefs, I still have my own, so I feel like we need to meet somewhere in the middle at times.
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I am all for babywearing, but a stroller is my go-to, especially when I am going to be out and about for long periods of time walking around. And being a parent in today’s world is overwhelming with the number of choices with the “must-have” baby gear recommendations, but, I am here to tell you that the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex stroller is the best, and here are 5 reasons why.
5 Reasons Why the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex Stroller is the Best
Did you know that kids nowadays spend 35% less time playing outside than we did when we were kids? I remember going out and making mud pies, swinging on the tire swing, swimming in the pool, and just creating an imaginary world where everything was fun and what I believed to be perfect.
I admit, it’s sometimes easier to get a break now and then by allowing my toddler to watch videos or play learning games on the tablet while I am trying to take care of things in the house or with baby sis, but I do try to make it a priority to get her outside for free play at least once a day.
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I get it. Cable is expensive and you’re tired of paying for stuff that replays over and over on your TV every day.
We’ve been wanting to get rid of cable for years since it’s become ridiculous in price with no real improvements in broadcasting. After all, there are devices like the Google Chromecast that doesn’t come with a monthly fee to run. You pay the purchase price and you’re ready to start streaming from your mobile device to your TV once you have it connected to the HDMI port on your TV.