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7 Small Parenting Wins That Will Actually Make A Difference With Your Toddler

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When raising kids – especially under-fives – it can be hard to know if you’re doing the right things. And, chances are, you’re not getting it right all of the time. (Who is?!) Sometimes we shout when our buttons are pressed, or we sit our kids in front of the TV to give ourselves a moment to zone out, or we feed them fish fingers and plain pasta for their dinner because it’s the easy option. That’s not to say the rest of the time we spend with our kids isn’t enriching… we sit and play with them, read to...

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SpinAgain

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Vendor: Fat Brain Toys Type: Toy Price: 30.00 It's a stacking toy with a spin—literally! Drop the vibrant discs onto the threaded corkscrew pole and go ooooh as they spin fast and smooth to settle onto the reversible base. Choosing how to set the base is half the fun for your toddler. Pick either the wobble base or turn it over for a solid seat. Each disc is dual-colored, and from largest to smallest, they form a dynamic rainbow utilizing fun shades like magenta, lime, and teal, and your more traditional shades of lemon, red, and sky blue. The star-like discs alternate between...

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How To Help Your Child Accept an Upcoming Move

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Moving is a big change for anyone. But if you have children, the process of moving can be more complex. Kids react differently to the process, and oftentimes they struggle with their feelings about it. At least at first. So if you’re planning to move and have a kid who’s coming along, learn how to help them with the transition no matter their age. Why Is Moving So Hard on Kids? As an adult, moving is stressful. You have to deal with packing, hiring movers, relocating to a new area, and maybe changing jobs. But children have to deal with...

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The Gear Our Editors Loved in January

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January is always a reality check. It’s a new year, the holidays are gone, and winter is not going away anytime soon. That’s why this month’s roundup of editor’s gear features (mostly) practical gear picks, from an outdoor-worthy baby monitor to a pair of coveralls. It takes dedication to keep living your life outside in January, but our editors are doing just that. Salomon MTN 80 Pro ($650) Last winter I signed up for the Grand Traverse, a 40-mile ski-mountaineering race from Crested Butte, Colorado, to Aspen. But I wasn’t ready to go full-on skimo with a spandex singlet and...

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Hug Me Koala Socks

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Vendor: Madmia Type: Socks Price: 28.50 We promise Biggest & Top KOALATY hugs from this adorable fluffy Koala socks. The Koala toy can be detached, you can play with it or wear on your wrist as an accessory.  🐨🤗    Kids & Adults Socks Our most popular size. These socks are 'one size fits most' and are suitable for ages 6 - 99. They can fit adults but we recommend up to shoe size EU 41 equivalent to women's size 8/9 AU. Please note, they do have limited stretch around larger or muscular calves. Socks with less busy patterns such as (Mermaid Socks, Liquorice...

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