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When it comes to feeding your little one, choosing the right baby bottles is crucial. While various options are available, glass baby bottles have been gaining popularity lately, and for good reasons. Many parents think of glass baby bottles as being quite, well, vintage. Glass baby bottles used to be made with lighter-grade glass that could break, which is why plastic baby bottles became the norm. However, glass baby bottles have changed significantly and are now viewed as high-quality products. Many new parents are finding the benefits of using glass baby bottles and discovering why they might be the perfect choice for you and your baby. Are Glass baby bottles safer than plastic?  One of the big advantages of glass baby bottles is that they are free from potentially harmful chemicals. Unlike plastic bottles, which may contain BPA or other harmful substances, glass bottles offer a safe. Now, that’s not…

It’s no secret that new parents need a break from time to time. Whether it be some quiet travel time or just a short break from some of the fussing, pacifiers can come in handy when you need them most. It’s important to know that ALL babies are different, and unfortunately, pacifiers are not a one-size-fits-all all type of product. Have no fear. We’re here to help when it comes to deciding which ones you might want to spend your money on! Don’t forget to pick up your Pacifier Labels especially important when heading to daycare! If your baby spits it out often, you don’t want a germy mix-up when they’re popping it back in your baby’s mouth! Here’s our Top 10 List for best pacifiers & soothers for babies who spit them out: Phillips Avent Soothie Pacifier Why do we love it? – the Avent Soothie Pacifier is…

When my daughter started crawling it wasn’t long before she also started pulling up, as babies tend to do. At the time, however, our home didn’t present many opportunities for her to practice pulling up because most of our flat surfaces were just a bit too high for her to get any leverage. I noticed that at her weekly baby gym class she would gravitate to the little parallel bars for kids to practice pulling up. As soon as I saw them I knew I could easily make my own version, so off to Home Depot I went to get what I needed for my DIY Pull up bars for babies. Supplies needed for pull up bars: Several pieces of 3/4″ PVC pipe, cut into various lengths: 2 24″ pieces, 4 12″ pieces, 2 14″ pieces and 4 7″ pieces 4 elbow joints 4 “T” joints 4 end caps A…