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Parenting Advice for First-Time Moms

Parenting Advice for First-Time Moms

Our blogger, Morgan, is expecting her first baby this summer. As a mom of two myself, I’ve learned a lot as I’ve navigated this crazy, fun, and incredibly rewarding journey called parenthood. Here are my ...

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What I’m Most Looking Forward to as a First Time Grandparent

What I’m Most Looking Forward to as a First Time Grandparent

Today’s post is written by Scott Stone, my dad and a soon-to-be first time grandparent. I feel more than confident that he’ll be an amazing grandpa based on what an incredible father he’s been and ...

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Tip for New Parents: Remember to Put Yourself First Sometimes

Tip for New Parents: Remember to Put Yourself First Sometimes

I joined a new mom support group a few weeks ago to help me in this transition to motherhood. Part of our session the other week was about a tip for new parents – “moments ...

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Tips for a First-Time Parent (From The Family Room Blog Team)

Tips for a First-Time Parent (From The Family Room Blog Team)

Our good friend, Jessie – a member of the Family Room Blog team – is expecting her first child! As she’s been sharing her pregnancy experiences, concerns, and questions as a first time mom with ...

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First-Generation American: My Family’s Journey to Embracing Center-Based Child Care

First-Generation American: My Family’s Journey to Embracing Center-Based Child Care

Today’s post comes from Bright Horizons Financial Analyst, Susan Jepkosgei. When I returned to work after maternity leave, I was both excited to be working outside of the home again after 12 weeks of being ...

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Helping Babies Bond with Long-Distance Grandparents

Helping Babies Bond with Long-Distance Grandparents

Zoe is the first grandchild on both sides of the family but she doesn’t get to see her grandparents as often as we wish she could. My husband’s family resides in Western Massachusetts and my ...

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On Being a Young, LGBTQ Parent

On Being a Young, LGBTQ Parent

Today’s post was written by Dale L. Liuzza, Office Manager, Bright Horizons at Medical City Dallas. I always knew I wanted to be a parent. I grew up with a twin sister, a brother less ...

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Can Parents Take a Child-Free Vacation without Guilt?

Can Parents Take a Child-Free Vacation without Guilt?

My husband and I just went on our first vacation together – without our daughter – in six years. The grandparents filled in, and we had five days of uninterrupted, tantrum-free, adult time. It was ...

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A Parent’s Guide to a Center or Preschool Open House

A Parent’s Guide to a Center or Preschool Open House

Are you looking for the perfect child care center or preschool for your little one? You’re in luck — it’s open house season. Open house events can be incredibly helpful, but they can also be ...

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Peaceful Parenting on Busy Days: A New Podcast Episode

Peaceful Parenting on Busy Days: A New Podcast Episode

Oh that morning routine. If it goes smoothly, you feel like an overachieving machine, just executing and checking off the to-do list to perfection: breakfast, made. Lunches, made. Backpacks, packed. Children, dressed and fed. Teeth ...

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