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It seems like every day I am seeing more and more new information about the negative effects various processed foods are having on our health and the health of our children. It is great that people are becoming more educated about what they are eating and advocating for healthier options, however anyone who has ever […]


Packing tips for Kids

by Sarah on 7 March, 2014

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I recently returned from a month-long journey with my two kids. We stayed in three cities in two states. I’m no stranger to packing up my little clan to go on the road. Both Hubby’s and my parents live in different states so we’ve made a lots of trips like this. I wrote about one trip […]


Baby Activities

by Sarah on 1 March, 2014

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The past three-ish months have been a real “sweet spot” for my daughter. She learned to sit up and with that a whole world opened up to her. This is an amazing age in between the flat-on-the-back infant phase and the mobile child phase. She could sit, see what’s going on, and be entertained by […]


Travel on Baby’s First Christmas

by Sarah on 18 December, 2013

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        Today’s story comes from one of our newest members of the retail team. She shares the story of her daughter’s first Christmas, which wasn’t too long after she was born!    Like a hazy vision of Christmas past is a memory of baby’s first Christmas with a newborn. As I tried […]


Christmas Crafting

by Sarah on 16 December, 2013

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This week we will be featuring guest posts from a few Sweetbottoms moms on the topic of ‘Baby’s First Christmas.’ It’s a major milestone for many, marked by special ornaments and embroidered t-shirts. While we want to make these milestones special, we also want to keep them low-stress and fun so that we can actually […]


Montessori Method: Work and Play

by Sarah on 3 December, 2013

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Here’s the last installment in the Tim Seldin Montessori series. As my son has grown older, I’m getting more interested in incorporating Montessori thinking into our home. To be honest, I’m not thinking about preschools yet (he will be three in February!) but I like to think that “Montessori” transcends just a specific set of […]


Car Seat Crying Solutions

by Beth on 6 June, 2013

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By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of the No-Cry Solution book series Some babies fall asleep almost before you’re out of the driveway, but others won’t spend five happy minutes in their car seats. Usually, this is because your baby is used to more freedom of movement and more physical attention than you can provide when she’s belted […]


Newborn Babies and Sleep

by Beth on 1 April, 2013

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By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of the No-Cry Solution book series Congratulations on the birth of your new baby. This is a glorious time in your life – and a sleepless time too. Newborns have very different sleep needs than older babies. This article will help you understand your baby’s developing sleep patterns, and will help you […]


DIY Mobile

by Sarah on 1 March, 2013

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Today I want to share a DIY Mobile that I made to hang over my son’s bed. I actually made this over a year ago! Thinking back, I feel like I just had so much more time and energy to be crafty back then. Being pregnant with a toddler at home sure takes a lot […]


Solving Naptime Problems

by Beth on 8 October, 2012

Napping is an important element of your child’s healthy mental and physical growth. A daily nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy, focus, and ability to learn for the rest of the day. Some studies even show that children who nap every day are more flexible and adaptable, have longer attention […]

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