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Simple, sensible parenting resources to sleep, feed, laugh and love birth through toddlerhood.

As Easy as 1-2-3: Holiday Toddler Recipe

As Easy as 1-2-3: Holiday Toddler Recipe

This holiday toddler recipe is a fun (and beautiful) craft with low prep time and a fun way to incorporate fruits and veggies into a delicious treat!
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Getting Lit with Lit(erature): The Importance of Family Read Alouds

Getting Lit with Lit(erature): The Importance of Family Read Alouds

Director of Play at Kefi Atlanta, Jess Wardell, discusses the importance of family read alouds, along with a list of good reads to engage our little one's minds.
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My Adoption Story

My Adoption Story

In honor of National Adoption Awareness Month, Kate Aruqilla gives us a peek into her beautiful family and their adoption story.
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Letter of Love to my First Born

Letter of Love to my First Born

Moms on Call team member, Olivia Pinheiro, shares a letter of love to her first born. Reminiscing in moments of love, laughter, and growth as a family while reminding our little ones that our love expands.
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Falling Back: Moms on Call’s Guide to Thriving Through the end of Daylight Savings

Falling Back: Moms on Call’s Guide to Thriving Through the end of Daylight Savings

As if changing the clocks back and getting ourselves adjusted wasn't difficult enough! How do we also ensure our little's entire schedule doesn't get thrown off? We've got the tips you need to thrive through the end of Daylight Savings and falling back.
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Moms on Call’s Parenting Hacks

Moms on Call’s Parenting Hacks

Moms on Call has put together a list of the top MOC family tested and approved parenting hacks from, you guessed it, the parents! From mealtime to organization, we've got you covered.
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I Brainwashed My Toddler (and I Do Not Feel Guilty)

I Brainwashed My Toddler (and I Do Not Feel Guilty)

Hitting the "NO" stage in parenting a toddler can be challenging. In Moms on Call fashion, we not only talk you through tackling it, but prepare you and your toddler for growth and development later in life!
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Close Before You Doze

Close Before You Doze

Did you know that, in the event of a fire, there is a NINE HUNDRED degree difference in a closed door versus an open one? Danny Dwyer, firefighter and father, joins us in educating families about the importance of closing doors before you go to sleep.
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How to Play with a Wobbly Sitting Baby

How to Play with a Wobbly Sitting Baby

Playing with a wobbly sitter isn't always functional for baby. Bree Milani, Occupational Therapist, discusses ideas for playing with a new sitter, confident sitter, and so much more!
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