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Swim Diapers and Summer Fun

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Swim Diapers and Summer Fun

Summer season is finally here. School is out, sun is hot, pools are open, and you are wondering what to do with your little one who has yet to master potty training. While some pools have no problem with swim diapers, others strictly prohibit them.  Swim diapers are thinner than regular diapers and don’t absorb fluids which means your child will probably pee in the pool like many kids do. But no one will notice right? Well actually the smell of chlorine that we are all accustomed to is actually the scent of chlorine mixed with the sweat, body oils...

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5 Tips for Your Toddler to Rock Wedding Season

5 Tips for Your Toddler to Rock Wedding Season

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked 10 kids under age 7 to be in their wedding this weekend, including Prince George(4) and Princess Charlotte (3).  Here are 5 Tip on how your little one can be Royal Wedding Ready if they are invited to be in a wedding party this season.

  

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The Prince is Here! .... Now what?

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The Prince is Here! .... Now what?

Coming home with a newborn (even an official Prince) can be quite a transition for older siblings, especially if they are toddlers.  Find out what to expect in the first months, and how to cope with potty training. 

 

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Is There Really "No Science Behind Potty Training Experts' Advice"?

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Is There Really "No Science Behind Potty Training Experts' Advice"?

What is the science behind potty training? Does it even exist?  Read on to learn what experts say about the scientific research or lack thereof surrounding this important milestone.

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Introducing "pee-kaboo, I see you."

Introducing "pee-kaboo,  I see you."

What makes you authentically you?  Is there an experience in your life that defined you? Do you share that with others or keep it to yourself? Our"pee-kaboo, I see you" feature will shine a light on women with stories to tell, that often go unheard. We hope we can remind readers to share with others, all the wonderfully unique  things about themselves.   

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