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Aparna Pande of Kidstir Is Making Cooking Fun for Kids

Moms, how many times have you been in the kitchen baking or cooking and your little ones requested to join you? Although the idea of cooking with your kids seems like fun, thoughts of chaos fill your mind. From giving them adequate instructions to the clean-up, the tasks can feel cumbersome. Kidstir is making the…

Healthy Pregnancy Snacks That Will Leave You Satisfied

Being pregnant is such a beautiful journey but it’s not always a cake walk! From trouble sleeping, back pain, swollen ankles to always being hungry, we totally get it. That’s why The Cool Mom Co has compiled a list of healthy pregnancy snacks that will leave you satisfied. Well, at least until your next craving! Apple Slices…

Turkey on the Table: Teaching Kids Gratitude

Moms desire to give their children the best life has to offer. Yet sometimes the best doesn’t always translate into gratitude. Kerry Maunus and April George, founders of Turkey on the Table, are 2 moms who have made it their mission to teach kids across the world not only how to be grateful, but to…

New Breastfeeding App Improves How Moms Track Milk Production

Breastfeeding is both beneficial and rewarding for mother and baby. It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that mothers breastfeed their babies for at least 12 months. The World Health Organization recommends up to 2 years for breastfeeding. As mothers work to create a breastfeeding routine that works best for them and…

Tranquilo Mat: Changing How Mothers Soothe Babies + REVIEW

One of the greatest challenges parents of newborns face is trying to sooth a colicky or irritable baby. Known as the fourth trimester, once outside of mom’s womb, a newborn baby is getting adjusted to her new environment. With common conditions such as allergies, colic and irritability, parents often experience sleep deprivation as they fight…

Back to School: 8 Tips to Protect Your Child’s Identity

With back-to-school and fall sports registration imminent – sharing a child’s personal information could put them at risk for identity theft. Yet, it’s something parents are often asked to provide. Children are increasingly victims of identity theft. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, kids are 51 times more likely to be subject to identity…

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