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I created this blog in order for parents like you, to have a place to find answers and ease your worries when you're not sure of something. Being an Early Childhood Educator and mom of beautiful twins, I've learned many things along the way. I will share with you what I know to help you feel reassured. 

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I will be featuring two books a month for children between the ages of 0-12 years. I believe books are a crucial part of early childhood. They can teach children about the world around them or start conversations about life, bullying, emotions, family, etc.

Sharing books with others is always something I have loved to do for many years. Finding helpfully and age-appropriate books is one of my passions, and I can't wait to share these great books with you!

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all things babies & parenting

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How we tackled the girls horrible constipation last year. I share what worked and what didn’t to help you find what works for your child.

10 ways to tackle your childs constipation in baby

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I break down everything we did to successfully sleep train our twin daughters at six months old without having them cry for hours and hours. I also share some helpful tips we used along the way.

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There are many styles, prices, and colours of children’s puzzles, and it is so easy to get overwhelmed. I hope this post will help you pick the best one for your child.

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Let’s be honest; it can be challenging when buying the perfect gift for any young child, but especially a one-year-old! Here are some great toys you can buy to save you time and stress.

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Many people have asked me to share my birth story because things got complicated fast, mainly because I was pregnant with twins. This is our twin pregnancy story!

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While your child is crying, it can be mentally and emotionally draining on you. It can be hard to cope with, especially if you haven’t slept much. Here’s 6 reasons why they cry.