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weeLove: It’s like Training Wheels… for Swimming

A Summer Swimming Essential HELP YOUR TOT GO SWIMMING WITH KONFIDENCE Swimming season is in full effect, but your little one may not be feeling it.. yet. Help ease their transition into the water with a Konfidence Floatsuit or Jacket. Both styles allow you to adjust the buoyancy with float inserts...

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weeLove: Vitamin D for the Whole Family – Dedicated

All-Natural Vitamin D DAILY DOSES FOR BABIES, BIG KIDS, AND YOU Here’s the lowdown on vitamin D: maintaining healthy levels helps our bodies absorb calcium to build bones and keep them strong and healthy. Research also shows it supports immunity. But depending on diet and sun exposure (or shall we...

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weeLove: What’s Better Than Baby Pictures?

Big Love for Little Nugget CREATE AND CURATE YOUR FAMILY PICTURES For anyone who has tried to no avail to snap a decent picture of their baby wearing a monthly onesie sticker (which = all parents), there’s an easier way to capture milestones with minimal cooperation from your kiddo. Little Nugget,...

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weeLove: So Many Pictures, So Little Time

Shortcake is a Piece of Cake A KEEPSAKE PICTURE ALBUM FROM SOCIAL MEDIA Most of our favorite pictures of our little ones are on Facebook and Instagram. And unfortunately, that’s where they stay. While making family albums is always on our to-do list (#momgoals), finding the time and the motivation...

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MUST HAVE GEAR FOR DISNEY

Despite the fact that I run a company that’s all about baby products, when push comes to shove, I’m a minimalist when it comes to gear. Even moreso when I travel: the idea of schlepping extra stuff to the airport, through the airport, onto a plane, and then around my...

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How to Actually Make Your Vacation a Vacation

Before I had kids, I swore that I’d never stop traveling internationally: I’d be one of those parents who takes toddlers trekking in Machu Picchu. Sure, the flight would be hard, but I could survive 10 (or 12 or 18) hours. I’d expose my kids to new cultures and expand...