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If you can master the baby registry, you’re ready for the baby. Easier said than done. Here are our top picks to make bringing home baby a breeze. Well, you know… 😉 Rock N Play Sleeper: http://tgt.biz/dayn Moby Wrap Grey: http://tgt.biz/qxvw Caddy Car Seat Carrier: http://tgt.biz/34m7 Motorla 2 Camera Monitor: http://tgt.biz/nrbm Medela Hands Free Breast
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Do you know our friend, the 3D pen? No? Let us introduce you! It’s an amazing, game-changing gadget that can do almost anything, from fixing broken things to creating a brand-new pair of shoes for you. In today’s video, we’ll show you some of the fantastic things a 3D pen can do, so buckle up
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In her new memoir, My Own Blood, published this week by Penguin Random House Canada, Calgary mom and author Ashley Bristowe paints an unflinching portrait of the divide between what children like her son Alexander require to thrive and what the government is willing to invest in caring for special-needs kids.  In the first months
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From painting sticks to making mud pies, have some outdoor fun with your little one with any of these nature-inspired activities. Photo Gallery 25 nature-inspired activities for toddlers 1 / 25 Photo: iStockphoto 1. Plant a garden Planting a garden doesn’t have to be complicated. One great way to welcome spring into your home is
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For many parents, one of the few silver linings about COVID-19 was the fact that, at least initially, it didn’t seem to effect children severely. But, after a year-plus of lockdowns, remote schooling, cancelled camps and extracurricular activities, and a generally inability for kids to be kids, we’re now learning about how all these measures
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