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10 ways to become the World's Okay-est Mom

10 ways to become the World's Okay-est Mom

It is okay to be not perfect. It is okay to be an Okay Mom. Kids need a happy Mom and not a perfect one.

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Sustainable and Smarter way to shop for Long-lasting Toys

Sustainable and Smarter way to shop for Long-lasting Toys

Every holiday season brings  a deluge of  relatively short-lived plastic products that has received a lot less attention  or rather considered a necessary evil – Toys. Children’s toys form a large and growing global market worth USD$90.4 billion in 2018.Toys often contain far larger quantities of high-quality virgin plastic material  than anything else that we assume to be the biggest pollutants.With kids losing interest in their toys faster than you lose your sanity ,the toys usually last a lot longer than their owner’s interest. Research suggests that toys that are kept longer, resold or donated secondhand, have a lower yearly environmental impact...

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Spend December 25, 2019, in an ugly Christmas sweater!

Spend December 25, 2019, in an ugly Christmas sweater!

Awesomely Ugly Christmas Sweaters from Seazide. Rock the best ugly Christmas sweater so everyone at the Christmas party or ugly sweater party will give you more looks than the Christmas trees. 

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5 Best Dresses for Your Baby Girls' First Ever Christmas

5 Best Dresses for Your Baby Girls' First Ever Christmas

Christmas is a time for traditions. Traditions always make the holidays seem more special.Most often they are fun ones too.Here are some best dresses to dress up your babies and toddlers for that memorable Christmas of theirs.

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Why Bibs?

Why Bibs?

Well! A picture is worth a thousand words. Books teach you  how to do it all breezily and with a smile on your face, but  the real deal is a bit different. Bibs help you from a load of wash,each time your baby have a meal. You end up washing the bib rather than the whole dress of the baby.  Bibs aren’t only about protecting the clothes – they also protect your baby’s skin. If your baby regularly gets his shirt soaking wet with drool or spit up and you don’t change him into a dry shirt, he can get an irritated rash...

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