Is a Nasal Aspirator Necessary?
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Is a Nasal Aspirator Necessary?

Different brands of nasal aspirators are available on the market and suggests for parents who need to enhance their baby’s ability to breath. If your baby is congested, then you require a high-quality nasal aspirator which uses the suction to draw the snot from the nose of the baby. Many parents worldwide these days buy …

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Letters to Santa – the Swiss way
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Letters to Santa – the Swiss way

Who wouldn’t want to receive an answer to their letter to Santa? Every year thousands of children on both hemispheres write letters of wishes to Santa in hope to hear back from the old man. Then, the parents already busy with all-month Christmas preparations, try to answer to these letters in at least slightly creative …

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Rules that make sense
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Rules that make sense

I’m sitting on the plane with my family. I’ve just finished a sticker book with my 3 year old, and now it’s my husband’s turn to entertain her with some books about a creepy cat looking girl (or girly looking cat, don’t ask). Meanwhile, 2 rows in front of me, another 3 year old has …

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Potty training in winter
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Potty training in winter

No matter if you’re the “potty train in one weekend” or “follow your child” kind of parent, potty training is something we all think about, or even talk about from time to time. You probably heard a lot about only potty training in summer. I’m thinking the opposite, and here’s why you should consider potty training …

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Bedsharing controversy
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Bedsharing controversy

I’m sure that by now, you have all seen the “shocking” video by Bothell Police Department – the one which discourages parents from co-sleeping. While I totally understand why the enthusiasts of evolutionary parenting, attachment parenting, gentle parenting and others are so unhappy with this video, I would like to convince you there are positives of it, …

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Tolerance part1
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Tolerance, part 1

I was writing this post at midnight with brain full of thoughts, heart full of good will but mind so tired the post turned out not saying what I had meant. I am very sorry if it offended anyone, the purpose was opposite. I mean for mothers to become more assured in their decisions, more …

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10 tips for kids friendly restaurants
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10 tips for kids friendly restaurants

To all restaurant owners (who consider families as a part of their target market), Having families with children as customers is not easy. It can be stressful, demanding, messy and loud. There is another side to it though: going out to eat is sometimes a hassle for parents and not-at-all-fun time for kids. Why so …

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Tolerance part. 2
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Tolerance part. 2

Breast vs bottle, nature vs C-section and vaccinations are medical-related topics that divide mothers in a modern world. But there are so many other aspects of parenting than just medicine. Unfortunately all those aspects divide parents even more every day, everywhere. We’ve recently had a one week holiday with 3 other couples, all parents. We spent …

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