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Real Mom Story: Roselyn and Grayson

Every mom’s feeding experience is as unique as her baby. While the journey may be easy for some, others may struggle with many issues. Real Mom Story is a series on our blog where we ask real moms to share their feeding stories. Being a mom can be difficult at times for anyone. Whether you’re expecting or already have little one, we hope these stories can offer you insight on what worked (or didn’t work) for moms just like you. Today, we will be sharing Roselyn and Grayson’s story!

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One-On-One With Holistic Nutritionist and Mom, Peggy K.

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Meet Peggy. She’s a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and mom of a happy 17-month-old boy, Christian. She’s been working as a Nutritionist for the past 12 years, has hosted her own cooking show “Kitchen Cures” and is the author of “Must Have Been Something I Ate” and “Kitchen Cures”. We are very excited to partner with Peggy and share her story on our blog!

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4 tips for a happy, healthy school year

Oh, the halcyon days of summer vacation. Everything just seems a little easier. No backpacks to organize, homework to oversee or permission slips to sign. For a few blissful weeks you stop feeling like a drill sergeant and get to enjoy simply being parent. So as Labor Day approaches, how can we hold on to the best of summer, while getting organized and excited for the school year ahead?

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4 ways to model manners for your kids (and how it will help them win at life!)

It might not seem like it when you are reminding a grabby toddler to share his toys or to say thank you to grandma for the thousandth time, but rest assured all your efforts to teach kids manners matter. Being considerate of others makes the world a better place to live, and sets kids up to excel socially throughout life. Here’s how to help them get there (Hint: They’re watching you more than you think!).

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Why laughing matters for kids

There’s a reason laughter is still referred to as the best medicine. People who laugh more have been shown to have fewer health problems and developing a child’s sense of humor can also have wide-ranging positive effects on their social and emotional development. Here’s how to cultivate more laughter and nourish your children’s sense of humor.

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The Ultimate Family Picnic Guide (+ a giveaway!)

There’s a reason families have been willing to fend off ants for the privilege of eating outdoors for centuries. Picnics provide a change of scene, a dose of fun and some surprising health benefits. Read on for great recipe ideas, our top picnic tips – and your chance to win!

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Simple steps to beat bug bites this summer

Summer means outdoor fun for the whole family but it also means the buzzing (and swatting!) of pesky insects. While itchy bug bites are no fun for anyone, many parents are also concerned about using bug sprays, which often contain harmful chemicals. Luckily, our partners at Healthy Child Healthy World have a guide to avoiding bug bites without exposing children to toxic ingredients.

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Green summer fun

Do you remember summer as a kid? For me, summer meant long, lazy days. It meant poison ivy and sunburns and hours of playing outside with no schedule and no supervision. Thinking back, I realize that this easygoing exploration was laying a foundation for appreciating the earth that stayed with me for life. And while summer holidays tend to be way more structured and supervised than they used to be, the season still brings plenty of opportunity to connect with nature and teach kids about our impact on the environment. Here’s how!

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