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    Is It Time to Rethink Butter? Grass-fed versus Organic

    By Michelle Lee on November 23, 2014
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    For years, butter was vilified by the nutritional community, spurring sales of alternatives like margarine and other spreads. But the tide has been turning over the past few years, even culminating in a June 2014 Time magazine cover story called Eat Butter. Well, if you’ve started to reintroduce butter…

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    Jessica Loves: Cote Non-Toxic Nail Polish

    By Jessica Iclisoy on November 23, 2014
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    Like lots of you, I love a good manicure. But it’s been pretty well-documented that the chemicals and toxins in conventional nail polishes can pose some scary risks. Anyone who’s walked into a nail salon and been hit with a strong chemical odor knows what I’m talking about. And…

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    It Worked For Us! How We Potty Trained

    By Karen Valencia on November 17, 2014
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    One of the more nerve-wracking milestones for any parent has got to be potty training. With our first-born, we read a handful of parenting books, searched for advice online, and asked plenty of other parents for their stories. We were met with some funny anecdotes and a few horror…

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    3 Inspiring Mommy Blogs We’re Loving Right Now

    By Michelle Lee on November 15, 2014
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    We’re big fans of personal blogs here, especially those with useful or inspiring information. Here are three that we’re currently obsessed with.

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    5 Ways the California Baby Eco Traveler Is My Parenting Life Saver

    By Karen Valencia on November 9, 2014
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    We’re big-time overpackers in our household. Somehow, a quick weekend getaway always involves many more overstuffed bags than any average family should need. When our daughter was only two months old, we took a 10-hour flight to Hawaii and packed stacks of diapers, wipes, bottles, my breast pump, and…

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    Is Wi-Fi Safe For Kids?

    By Michelle Lee on November 9, 2014
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    Every day, more and more places around us are going wireless: schools, restaurants, parks, and even new cars are coming equipped with Wi-Fi. And while our hyper-connected world has introduced some amazing benefits, it’s also raised some serious concerns around the globe. Could wireless Internet connections pose a health…

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