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    Jessica Loves: Little Green Pouch

    By Jessica Iclisoy on September 21, 2014
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    Every once in a while, an idea comes along that makes every parent say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Well, the Little Green Pouch is definitely one of those. The hot thing in kids’ packaged foods has been pouches—in fact, there are plenty of articles out there saying…

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    Is It Safe? The Confusion Over Mineral Oil

    By Michelle Lee on September 8, 2014
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    There’s been a lot written in recent years about the safety of mineral oil, which had been a mainstay of medicine cabinets and nurseries for decades until recently. More and more watchful parents started to catch on to how exactly mineral oil is made. Although the word “mineral” conjures…

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    7 Creative Newborn Photo Ideas That Will Inspire You

    By Michelle Lee on September 7, 2014
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    Why didn’t we think of that? Photographers (and amateur photographers) can be so creative when it comes to capturing memorable pictures of newborns and babies. We absolutely adore these 7 creative ideas, which are not only keepers for your future albums and brag books, but also make adorable baby…

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    Jessica Loves: Justin’s Almond Butter

    By Jessica Iclisoy on September 2, 2014
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    For any packaged food to become a staple in my pantry, it first and foremost has to taste great. That’s a given. (Although I’m always surprised by how many people think anything wholesome and natural has to taste like tree bark!) But what makes a product really stand out…

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    How Much Tuna Is Safe For Kids to Eat?

    By Michelle Lee on August 23, 2014
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    You may have heard the recent recommendation from Consumer Reports, which suggested that pregnant women steer clear from eating tuna. It’s a bold move that goes beyond federal recommendations and is aimed at protecting expectant moms from exposing themselves (and their fetuses) to levels of mercury that may be…

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    Do Hand Sanitizers Work Better Than Soap?

    By Michelle Lee on August 20, 2014
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    You now see alcohol-based hand sanitizers at kids’ party venues, offices, and schools, but do they really help to ward off colds and flus when used in schools? A new study from researchers in New Zealand separated students from 68 schools into two groups: one that they told to…

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