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My Best Parenting Advice: Leaving Baby For The first Time? – 6 tips to make it easier by Blythe Lipman

You’re a new mom and it’s time to leave the baby home with your significant other or g-d forbid, an actual babysitter that’s not a relative. Can you do it? Oy, the anxiety. A headache, a stomachache, …maybe you should stay home and rest. Really!! I don’t think so. I more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: You Know You’re A New Dad When… by Blythe Lipman

I love talking to new dads. To see their eyes light up when they talk about the baby is like watching a flower bloom. They are so full of pride and embrace their new role with ease. But because this is all new, and babies come without instructions, learning the more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: You Know You’re A New Mom When.. by Blythe Lipman

I have had the wonderful opportunity to talk to so many new moms. And yes, they are sleep deprived, but oh, how their eyes light up when they talk about the baby. And there is nothing better! So here are a few things they told me about being a new more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: My House Is NOT Dirty… I Just Have Everything On Display – Like a Museum by Blythe Lipman

  If you’re a new mom, it’s normal to want your house to look like it did BB (Before Baby) But guess what? It just isn’t going to happen and it’s Okay. The most important thing at this minute is taking care of your baby and yourself. And yourself is more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: Single Dads and the Holidays by Blythe Lipman

 There are 70.1 million fathers across the nation? And 2.0 million are single fathers,  according to the Census Fatherhood Statistics,  These mind-blowing statistics, and thinking about all the decisions single dads have to make with the holidays upon us,here are some tips I know can help.  6 tips to make help make more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: How To Create Family Traditions- 6 of My Favorites by Blythe Lipman

Thanksgiving is almost here. It’s my favorite holiday;  the cooking, the baking, the wonderful aromas coming from the kitchen, but most of all, spending time with my family. My children are grown, and each year before we take our first mouthful of delicious turkey, I ask them to share what more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: Your Gratitude Doesn’t Cost A Penny by Blythe Lipman

It’s November, it’s busy and the holiday thoughts have started to swirl around in our minds.  And on top of the millions of things that will have to get accomplished in the next month and a half, we have our daily chores. Parenting, working, cooking, cleaning, and so much more. And more »

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My Best Parenting Advice : Christmas Carols Already – Bah Humbug! – by Blythe Lipman

Okay, so Halloween was last week, Thanksgiving  is three weeks away and the stores are playing Christmas carols and their aisles are filed with decorations, trees and whatever else we may need in December. Bah Humbug… Really?  I think it’s too early and so does my friend Lucy Adams, Author Mom and more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: 5 Things You Can Do When Your Toddler Embarrasses You by Blythe Lipman

Toddlerhood is a time for exploration. Learning about the world by running, jumping, screaming, throwing, hitting, nose picking, biting, loud talking, picky eating, hugging, kissing, petting, singing and trying anything and everything. The reward is a reaction, good, bad or ugly from mommy, daddy, grandma, grandpa, nanny  teacher or anyone more »

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My Best Parenting Advice: I’m A Baby In Preschool – Cool! by Baby Jake

Hi, It’s me, Baby Jake and I want to tell you about my new daily digs. I’m in preschool now. And I feel like a really big boy! When mommy or daddy drop me off in the morning, they give me millions of kisses! Sometimes mommy looks really sad and I more »