4 Tips for Traveling Alone with Kids

I love to travel, and when I had kids, I wanted my kids to love it just as much as I did. While I’ve traveled near and far with the kids, I usually do it with my husband by my side. But this summer, I’m going on a new adventure — taking a road trip on the East Coast with just myself and the three kids. I’ve traveled alone with them before, but never this long by myself. The trip has been memorable, and I’ve tried to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. Here are some tips I’ve learned along the way.
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4 Simple Sleep Cues to Help Baby Drift Off to Dreamland

Sleep is king in my house. Actually, let me rephrase that. Sleep is king in my house—to me.  Like most families, my children have had their fair share of sleep challenges, which also means I have had my fair share of sleep challenges. But I heard some great advice from some wiser mothers about the beauty of implementing “sleep cues” to your baby, which are physical objects that can signal to your baby that it’s time for sleep. For instance, a favorite toy, stuffed animal, or blanket can serve as a sleep cue. Here are a few simple sleep cues that you can implement right now to help your little one learn to drift off to dreamland, no pixie dust required:
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7 Baby Items That Can Do Double Duty

When it comes to purchasing all of the baby items on one’s registry, the list can feel a bit daunting. Apparently babies need quite a lot of things, so it’s always a pleasant surprise when baby items are able to pull double duty. Here are a few great options for items that will get you more bang for your buck!
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