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    7 Tips for Raising a Foodie in the First Year

    During your child’s first year, use these tips and tricks from experts and moms on the best ways to introduce baby food to your little one, so your baby learns to try (and love) new foods before age one. (more…)

    By Jenn Sinrich
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    What to Pack When Traveling with Kids

    Summer is a great time to take a vacation with kids: the weather is warm so you’ll save room in your suitcase, and your destination options are virtually unlimited.

    By Kasey Hickey
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    How to Take a Successful Staycation with Kids

    Traveling with kids can be a wonderful experience, but active toddlers and moody kiddos can make it pretty stressful, too. While we love traveling with our little guy, this summer we’ve decided to stick close to home and take some time to explore the region with a few staycations. From impromptu family barbeques and loose schedules to photo opps and splurging on yourself, here are a few tips to successfully unplug, unwind and experience your city with fresh eyes.

    By Megan Gordon
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    5 Tips for Hiking With Kiddos This Season

    My husband and I are both active people, and while we’ve realized that with a toddler in tow, eating out at nice restaurants as a family is off the list for a while, there’s no reason hiking should be. We’ve taken our 19-month old son Oliver on a number of hikes this season, and I’ve got some great tips on what’s worked for us and how to plan the best, most enjoyable outing – for everyone.

    By Megan Gordon
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    How to Make the Most of Family Time This Weekend

    With the inevitable household chore or kiddo activity across town, it can often feel like the weekend is almost over before it’s even started. But with a little planning and forethought, there are some simple ways to prioritize and maximize your time together while still getting a few things accomplished (and maintaining your own sanity). Here’s what works for us.

    By Megan Gordon
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    How to Make the Most of Summer Vacation with Kids

    While there are certainly moments when I miss the languorous uninterrupted pool time that characterizes a vacation without kids, I find family trips are so much richer and more interesting, and I love seeing new sights through my son’s eyes. That being said, there are definitely some things to keep in mind to ensure that your entire family (including you!) have a great time away. Here are a few tips that have worked for us.

    By Megan Gordon
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    Moms of Instagram Talk Strollers

    A stroller has many jobs. From keeping your most precious cargo safe and snug to holding everything you need when you’re on the move with your tot, it’s important to consider all of the things a good stroller can do. We worked with Musefind to team up with moms around the United States to see what they thought of OXO Tot’s new Cubby+ Stroller — from storage space to the adjustable handle bar check out what some of these mamas have to say about it.

    By Emily Connelly
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    OXO’s Baby Registry Guide

    Creating a baby registry was almost paralyzing for me—there are thousands of competing products out there and, especially when you’re having your first baby, you’re completely unsure which things are essential. Friends and family are bound to get you a few meaningful and sentimental gifts, so I’m a big fan of creating a very useful, practical registry with your must-haves and big ticket items (because you never know!)

    By Megan Gordon
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    What Meals and Gifts to Bring New Parents

    Those first days of parenting are often a blur – and for good reason: around-the-clock feedings and a sudden change in schedule result in days that feel jumbled together at best. I remember feeling so thankful for our friends and family who diligently dropped by hot meals in the late afternoons, pints of gelato in the evening and little surprises to help make our lives easier along the way. While there’s nothing wrong with a good casserole, here are a few other ideas for what to bring to a new family in those early days as they’re getting to know their new addition.

    By Megan Gordon
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