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dr browns teether review
infantoral care

My 13 month old is working on tooth #6 and 7 and, my oh my, he is a mess!  This one is really giving him troubles, low fevers, crankiness, super runny nose, mega amounts of drool… his face is so slick.  Between the runny nose and the drool, he is

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wee drool t-bib
baby showerbibs

The average bib just doesn’t cut it anymore.  We demand function, fashion and invention these days, and you know where to find it?  From moms like you and me who take real life experience and design solutions for the rest of us.  This is the case with Wee Drool, the

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baby gearbibsBurp Clothkidsorganic

My baby girl has been drooling for what feels like four months now. She’s currently five months old and I now know that teeth aren’t that far away from poking through. With cooler temps finally arriving, she gets chilled really easily if her outfit becomes damp from too much drool.

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MAM perfect pacifier
baby gearbaby showerinfant

With my first baby, I always worried about the effects of pacifiers on her developing mouth.  She never took to them, rather opting for her first two fingers instead, so I didn’t put much more thought into it until the announcement of baby #2.  Looking deep into the market, I

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baby geargiftskids

Anytime you can make parenthood a little easier, you should do it.  I recently got hooked by a kids clothing delivery service and I’m loving the convenience.  Now there is a company to help you through the teething years by deliveries as well.  TeetheMe is a fantastic company that sends

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The first reaction most babies have when they pick something up is to put it in their mouth. It’s a nasty little habit, but a face of life, nonetheless. This is why, for me at least, that the items my baby will have be natural, organic and completely safe. Dress

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eco-friendlyinfantrecycled materialstoys

I’m not sure what it is exactly about keys that absolutely fascinate babies. Nonetheless, like a moth to a flame, babies will cry and whine as they reach out their hands begging for you to give them your keys. After several attempts to ignore, you’ll give in. Although you’ve satisfied

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