Tips for Transitioning Your Baby to a Crib

When our newest baby was born, the crib was already occupied by her older sister, who had just turned two. For the first six months, the baby slept in a tiny portable crib, which worked like a charm (and didn’t take up too much room in our bedroom). But once our toddler learned how to climb out of the crib, it was time to move her to a toddler bed and put our baby into the full-size crib. It took a few days, but our baby quickly got the hang of sleeping in her new crib. If you’re looking at making the transition to a crib too, here are a few tips:
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5 Things I Could Never Have Too Many of As a New Parent

I remember after my baby shower for my daughter, receiving so many multiples of certain items and thinking, “I’ll never need all of these!” Many of the items ended up being returned in favor of purchasing other things I deemed to be “necessities,” but there were a few that I definitely ended up wishing I had hung on to. As a first-time parent, it’s simply hard to know what you’re going to need extras of, and you don’t want to end up having too much — but for us, these were the things that I could never seem to get enough of. My true-blue “must-haves.”
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4 Tricks to Steer Baby Away from a Mealtime Meltdown

Mealtime is one of those times of day that can be a challenge as a parent. That time right before bedtime is typically not when babies will be at their best. They are tired and hungry, and with that comes a good dose of grumpiness. I know what it’s like, but thankfully with time I’ve found some tricks that have made mealtime a lot more pleasant (magical even!) for everyone involved. Here’s what has worked for us:
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