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The Ultimate Diaper Bag Checklist

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When you're on the go with your baby, your diaper bag is the equivalent to your bag of tricks. You can never be too prepared, so we put together the ultimate checklist that includes everything to consider adding to your kit.

7 Essential (and Maybe Surprising) Items to Add to Your Baby Registry

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When it comes time to register for your baby, keep these unexpected, yet essential, items top of mind. Together they create a "New Baby Emergency Kit" that will save you in any moment of need or help you feel prepared and ready to take on parenthood.

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15 Things You Actually Need in Your Hospital Bag

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There are so many things to think about when prepping for your little one, but what you shouldn't need to overthink is your hospital delivery bag. Here, we're sharing the best packing tips for your hospital bag with all of the necessities.

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What To Do When Your Baby Just Won't Sleep

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When it's bedtime and your baby just won't sleep, there are a few things you can do to help baby — and you! — get the rest you both need. We are dishing on our top four tips that can make baby comfortable enough to get some shut eye, and easy enough to try out anywhere that it's time to nap.

4 Important Things Every Mom Needs to Remember

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The idea of having "me time" as a mom can often feel impossible. However, we're here to tell you that there are a few key ways that moms can show themselves love and kindness in their day-to-day, without forgoing other daily tasks.

What You Need at Your Baby Changing Station

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If setting up for your first baby-changing station seems daunting, a few at-home staple items can help organize (and alleviate!) your day-to-day routine. Watch for tips on what to stock in your changing station to make it station safe, functional, and baby-friendly.

How to Change a Diaper Without a Changing Table

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There are a few hacks that can help make day-to-day life as a parent easier, especially when it comes to on-the-go diaper changes! Whether you're using a stroller as a table, or even changing your baby while standing up (yes, it's possible!), we're sharing a few handy tips.

This Diaper-Changing Hack Will Change Your Life

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Any parent knows that baby wipes are a must have for quick, on-the-go changes. Still, they aren't the only thing you need. We know a handy trick that lets you transform your wipe container into a super-compact diaper bag. Watch the video to try this DIY for yourself!

4 Important Things Every Mom Needs to Remember

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The idea of having "me time" as a mom can often feel impossible. However, we're here to tell you that there are a few key ways that moms can show themselves love and kindness in their day-to-day, without forgoing other daily tasks.

Yes, You Can Give Your Baby a Massage — Here's How

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What's the only thing cuter than a smiling baby? A smiling baby getting a full-body massage. Yes, infant massage is a thing — and it's just as beneficial as it is adorable. Find out how to treat your little one to a massage, and try not to squeal at the cuteness.
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