Lately, as I scroll Pinterest and Facebook I have been seeing one item promoted, again and again, the DockATot. It also seems to be in just about every mom bundle giveaway I see on Instagram. With all these posts and articles out there promoting use of the DockATot I felt compelled to write a counter piece explaining why I think you should NOT use a dock a tot for your child due to safety concerns.
Picking a name for your baby girl can be a big responsibility! She will have it the rest of her life and it will be part of the first impression she makes on people. I mean no pressure right? If you decide to share your name be ready for the haters. There will always be someone who thinks it’s too weird, too popular, or knew someone with that name who was a terrible person so proceed with caution when sharing.
Picking a baby boy name can be quite a chore. There are so many to choose from, and everyone will have an opinion. Here are 43 strong boy names to give you some inspiration. From cute to unique, traditional to modern, we’ve got them all here in this list. Still don’t know the gender? Be sure to check out our list of 43 Stunning names for baby girls as well.
Traditional Names for boys
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Looking for awesome things to do in San Diego with toddlers or young kids? Whether you’re planning a visit, a recent transplant, or a native looking for new ideas this list is full of great ideas for you! I was born and raised here in America’s Finest City, San Diego, and there are so many things to do I sometimes forget things. I’ve broken down the best ideas along with must-have information, costs, and any tips I’ve gained so far.
My husband and I recently passed another relationship test, our first road trip together! It was also our first road trip with a toddler (17 months old). She did surprisingly well. I want to share with you what worked to keep her (mostly) happy and occupied on our drive.
Traveling with a toddler is tough. They’re too old to sleep the whole drive but too young for many car games. They also don’t understand why they are trapped in a car seat for hours on end.
So hopefully by now you know the basics of baby led weaning. You’ve checked off all the signs of readiness, you know the do’s and don’t’s. Now, what do you feed them? And how do you prepare it? Choosing that first food can be so exciting! I’m pretty sure the first thing my daughter had was a string cheese…at least it’s the oldest photo I can find on my phone and as a first-time parent I pretty much-documented everything!