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The Anti-Nappers

It’s the weekend (hallelujah!) and my daughter just took a two-hour nap. I am both extremely grateful and mildly annoyed. At 22-months old, I don’t know if this counts as a long nap or not in the parenting world, but for me, it’s seems eternal. See, recently she’s been napping 35-45 minutes and that’s it. […]

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Advice From My L&D Nurse

The past two weeks leading up to the due date of this post have been stressful… to say the least. My children are adorable, sweet babies, but there are two of them under two. When one cries, the other cries for my attention and they have gotten the art of not napping together down perfectly. […]

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Bringing Home Baby

As first time parents, we were nervous. I was especially nervous. A month before Lucas was due we went on vacation to Cape May. I made my husband install the car seat in the car and I took my bag and baby’s bag with us to New Jersey. Just in case. We made it back […]

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Why I Love Raising Two Girls

My husband and I have two daughters, and they are the light of our lives. When I was pregnant with our second child, we naturally thought it would be cool to have a boy. But when we got confirmation that indeed it was another little girl, I was so excited. I couldn’t wait to raise our two […]

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Sibling Rivalry

Growing up an only child I never had to worry about sibling rivalry.  Everything belonged to me and I was the center of attention.  My current household is the complete opposite.  I have two sons who are three and six years old.  They love each other very much and enjoy playing together.  However, there are […]

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