Baby Boy

Loving His New Shoes: Stride Rite Made 2 Play {Review}

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Stride Rite. All opinions are 100% mine. It seems like we’re constantly buying shoes for the kids, especially baby boy since he’s growing at a faster rate than his older sister. He loves to run and plays hard, so we tend to keep a […]

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One Sure Way to Get Your Preschooler to Listen and Do What You Ask

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I know the toddler and preschool years can be tough as a parent. Believe me, I’m still in the middle of it myself with my four-year-old baby boy! It’s hard being a preschooler – you’re officially a “big boy,” yet at every turn, you’re told what to do or what you CAN’T do. I do […]

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Reflecting on Past Conversations with Our Baby Boy

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My “baby boy” recently turned four and is well on his way to being a big boy, though he’ll always and forever be my “baby boy.” His conversations have turned from the one-liners he used to give us as a toddler, to full-on conversations and inquiries. Just like his big sister, he’s turning out to […]

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Be a Hero with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 {Video}

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My three-year-old baby boy has been a Spider-Man fan for quite a while and though he’s also a fan of other super heroes, he continues to have a special fondness for Spider-Man. His obsession for Spidey probably began when he met your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man at Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure. Since then, he has […]

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Practice Makes Better…Not Perfect

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“Practice makes perfect.“ We all know the saying. We heard it growing up and we’ve probably said it to our own children. The intention is good: don’t give up and keep practicing, you’ll eventually get it or be better. But, are we inadvertently sending our kids a message that perfection is desired?

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