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Help Eliminate Plastic in the Ocean with these Products

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By now we’ve learned about the giant garbage patch that is growing and destroying our oceans. Research estimates that 8 million tons of plastics flow into our oceans each year. Many countries around the world are joining forces in the war against plastic by banning single-use products. Where is the U.S. on this ban? The […]

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5 Reasons a Natural Mattress is the Way to Sleep

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A mattress is a huge purchase. It is one of those household items that you have for years on end. You use it every.single.day for one of the most important things vital to your health and wellness: sleep. You want to be sure you find the mattress that is perfect for you and your family. […]

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Recycling Old Clothes to Contribute to Green Living

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Do you know how many clothes you’ve owned throughout the years? All the clothing items you’ve had since you were little, and those you currently have, could fill a truck. This is especially so if you’re someone with a well-invested wardrobe. Have you ever stopped to think about what happens to all of those items? […]

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best baby bassinet reviews

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The 6 Best Baby Bassinet Reviews Of 2019 When he’s tiny, your baby may seem cozier in a cradle or bassinet than a full-size crib. He may look particularly un-cozy in a crib with no extra bedding, such as blankets or quilts, which aren’t recommended for your sleeping baby because they raise the risk of […]

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best baby backpack reviews

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The 7 Best Baby Backpack’s Of 2019   When can you put a baby in a backpack? Most backpack carriers are for children old enough to sit up independently, with full head and neck control. That’s usually around 6 months of age. Although some carriers feature moldable head and neck support for children as young […]

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Plastic Oceans: The Epidemic That is Ruining Our Oceans

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Think of items you use every day: toothbrushes, baggies for your lunches, packaging… you’ll be hard-pressed to think of something that isn’t made out of plastic. We are producing 30 million tons of plastic each year, half of which is for just one use. We have created what is called a “disposable lifestyle”- half of […]

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Worried about my 5 month old?

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I’m a grandma of my 4th grandchild who I raised from birth to 4 months. And because of the parents, she is in foster care now for a month and a few days. Now of course 5 months old and should soon hopefully be getting her back. Will she remember me? I’m so worried and […]

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Advice please or insight

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I got a call from DD. MY 8 month old grandson just climbed out of his crib and fell on his stomach. He isn’t hurt. They lowered the mattress just a few days ago because I found him standing in his crib to be picked up. Pleased as punch. It is too late to do […]

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Daily blowouts!!!

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My cute little baby loves to have at least one or two blowouts a day. I don’t know what to do. He’s 6 months, chunky 20ls (at last appt), and I upped his diaper size to a size 4 thinking that would allow more room than a 3. It’s a better fit but he poop […]

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What is a good baby shower gift(s)?

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When my babies were babies I really liked using White Cloud diapers from Walmart they really did the job. But it seems like everyone uses name brand like Huggies or Pampers. I did try those for my kids but always went back to WC. You can never run out of diapers. So just wondering if […]