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Baby Basics: SWADDLING

Baby Basics: SWADDLING

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Sensory Activities for Fine Motor Skills

Sensory Activities for Fine Motor Skills

Practicing fine motor skills at home with baby can be fun and easy! Today on the blog, we discuss some activities you can try with colorful craft pom poms to promote fine motor skills.
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Returning from Maternity Leave

Returning from Maternity Leave

In honor of Working Parents' Day on September 16th, Moms on Call's CEO, Morgan Eddy, shares some tips she picked up during her transitions back to work work from maternity leave.
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How to Calm A Crying Baby with Candice Smith

How to Calm A Crying Baby with Candice Smith

Candice Smith takes us through how to calm a crying baby in 4 simple steps, with the "hold".
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Grandparents Day Guest Post with “Coach”

Grandparents Day Guest Post with “Coach”

In honor of Grandparents Day, Mike Eddy, grandfather to 13 (soon 14), shares the greatest the joys he finds through his grandchildren as their beloved "Coach".
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A Look Back in Remembrance with Tara and Tiff

A Look Back in Remembrance with Tara and Tiff

A look back in remembrance of September 11, 2001 with Tara and Tiff, military spouses and hosts of Real Talk with the MSs podcast. Join them as they look back and find the beautiful things that came from the tragic day that drastically changed the military family dynamic forever.
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Breastfeeding Basics with Megan Tucker

Breastfeeding Basics with Megan Tucker

Megan Tucker, RN, Moms on Call certified consultant, pre/postnatal educator, certified lactation consultant and owner of Baby Basics Atlanta breaks down the breastfeeding basics to give parents support through those first few weeks and beyond.
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Guest Post: Spitting Up with Emily Blewett

Guest Post: Spitting Up with Emily Blewett

Emily Blewett, Moms on Call Certified consultant, NICU nurse and mom educates us on spitting up and helps us understand why babies do it and the difference between happy and unhappy spitters.
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Separation Awareness

Separation Awareness

Separation awareness is a common stage for babies during their growth and development and it is often misinterpreted as separation anxiety. Join us as we discuss our tips for saying "goodbye" and the positive truth!
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