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The doctor is in: Infant eye color

Everyone keeps telling me my newborn's eyes will change color. When does that happen and when is the latest it could happen?   As a new parent, you receive loads of advice and information from many sou... Read More...

Shame and Laundry

By Marissa Marangoni There is a lot of misleading messaging out there for people who have kids in their houses—like you can have a white couch, or your bathroom will be cute with all those bath toys in ther... Read More...

New Year, New Resolutions

By Jayke Brown If you are like most people, your New Year resolutions will be traditional. Traditional as in losing weight, make more money, travel more, etc. This year, let's get out of traditional and bre... Read More...

How to Cultivate Resilience in Your Child

By Casey Newman As an adult, I’m trying to work on my resilience. It sounds great in theory and I’m not even sure if I’m good at it, but kids are. It seems like they don’t even have to think about it. Get s... Read More...
Kelli reading to Pierce

The low-cost, memorable childhood

By Kelli Smith Tonight, I took a nice, long pull off a glass bottle of RC Cola. I couldn’t remember the last time I had one of these, not to mention in a glass bottle. My husband found a bottle at Reverie i... Read More...

The doctor is in: Umbilical plugs

My baby's umbilical plug just fell off sooner than it's supposed to. Is this a bad thing? How do I take care of it? Luckily, this is nothing to worry about! Typically, umbilical cords fall off between 1-... Read More...

‘Tis the season for teaching gratitude

By Kelli Smith The holiday season arrived, and this year is unlike any other! We are all dealing with more stress and uncertainty, and if the holidays didn’t drive you to drink in years past, stock up, hunn... Read More...