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Your Baby’s First Rug

Guest Post by Carly Evans, Land of Rugs Babies and toddlers love crawling and rolling about on rugs, but not all rugs are equal.There is a lot of choice on the market, but here are some tips:  Choose a hard wearing rugKeep in mind the practicalities, such as keeping it …

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Toddler Safety Guide: 4 Keys

Guest Post by Anne Harris Parenting is often a dance between immense joy and extreme concern. Most parents’ get that caring for their children never truly ends, but there are some trickier periods to navigate before junior trots off into the big wide world. One of them is when our …

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End to Bedtime Battles with Good Sleep Hygiene

Guest Post by Tuck Sleep Most parents of babies and toddlers are in some state of sleep deprivation. If you’ve got a little one who hasn’t figured out that the party doesn’t keep going all night long, you’re not alone. But, you can help your child (and by default, you) …

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Money and Children: Teaching by Age Groups

By Paula C. Brancato, Barnum Financial Group According to the Council for Economic Education (CEE), which promotes economic and financial education in the classroom, students who have taken a class in personal finance are more likely to engage in financially responsible behaviors such as saving, budgeting and investing.1 Parents can …

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Your NYC Neighbor Nelson Nigel founder of Kidmoto

Your NYC Neighbor – is a way of introducing New Yorkers to a rich community of savvy parents. New York is a diverse City bustling with all kinds of families and personalities. We also love to grab tips and recommendations from moms and dads in certain neighborhoods and throughout the …

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Do I Need a Car Seat in a NYC Cab?

By Jak Burke, Whether you are a new parent in New York City or visiting as a tourist you will quickly need to figure out how to get around. For many new parents the subway just doesn’t feel safe because of heightened security alerts or the prospect of exposing a …

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This is What Your Baby Wants You to Know!

Your baby’s brain is far from being fully developed at birth. It amazingly continues to develop until about the age of 25. It is extremely valuable to realize that the early months and years are critical to the way in which your baby’s brain will develop. This important time contributes …

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How to Approach Your 529 Plan: A Primer

By Paula C. Brancato, Barnum Financial Group The 529 college savings plan can be one of the most tax friendly tools available to fund your child’s future tuition, but how you approach investing the funds in your child’s plan can make a big difference in the potential return and level …

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