Relationship problems after baby arrives are common. It’s a high-stress time when no one is getting much sleep. It’s also the time you most need to work as a team! Who planned this anyway?! There are things you can do to help strengthen your relationship after baby arrives. One of the best ways is by using the five love languages by Gary Chapman. I don’t pretend to have all the answers but here are some things that helped us survive this rough season and come out stronger on the other side.

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      I’ve been hearing a lot about sensory bags lately. I searched for them on Pinterest and every post seems to be 50+ sensory bags. It’s all a bit overwhelming. I’m thinking…all I need is a simple post telling me how to make one of these things. Generally, I skip the DIY as they generally turn out to be Pinterest fails, but these seemed easy enough to make and would provide fun and low-cost entertainment for my 6-month-old.

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        Every mom wants to make sure their little one is safe without breaking the bank. Choosing a car seat can seem overwhelming. There are so many choices. How do you know which one is the best seat for your child?

        When my little one was 5 months old I was quickly getting tired of her infant seat, she wanted to sit up more, and I was not hauling her around in it anymore since the seat/baby combo was getting mighty heavy.

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          Another holiday…another chance for us mamas to dress our little ladies up in cute outfits and snap a million photos. I’ve scoured the internet and tracked down the cutest 4th of July outfits for girls out there. The cutest ones will sell out long before the big day so grab yours today! If you have a little boy check out cute 4th of July outfits for boys.

          4th of July outfits for girls4th of July outfits for girls

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            You’re not a failure at breastfeeding…they just didn’t warn you.

            They didn’t warn you how hard it could be. They didn’t tell you about all the problems that could occur. They didn’t tell you it isn’t always this easy natural experience. Sometimes it’s hard and you have to fight to keep at it. And once you solve one thing a new issue or baby behavior will crop up. Breastfeeding is tough but worthwhile. I just wish I’d been prepared and it would’ve saved a lot of tears,

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