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#babyjackfan review - @littlewhimsicalmoments

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#babyjackfan review - @littlewhimsicalmoments
Teething ain't easy! Wyatt is super picky about what he uses to sooth and he is in love with this wooden teether from @livleo_babymocs and this piece of his lovey from @babyjackco

Baby Boy Gift Ideas - Women and Their Pretties Blog

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Baby Boy Gift Ideas - Women and Their Pretties Blog
Why is it that baby boy gifts are still, in 2018, so hard to find? After having my son 8 weeks ago, I noticed that it’s nearly impossible to find anything cute or unique for a boy at a major retailer. So, I went on a hunt for the best baby boy gifts that I could find in shops online and I came up with all these.

BLOOM 2018 with MKE Moms Blog

Katie Damon

BLOOM 2018 with MKE Moms Blog
MKE Moms Blog gathered over 100 new and expecting moms for a once a year event to connect them with local companies, services and resources to guide them during parenthood.  This is our third year to participate and we enjoy the opportunity to bring awareness to our brand and sell on site, creating more comfort for kids.

The Only Lovey You'll Ever Need - Review by The Accidental Mrs

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The Only Lovey You'll Ever Need - Review by The Accidental Mrs
The Learning Lovey has definitely become a favorite “blankie” in our house. None of my other kids have ever really used a lovey or blankie, but it’s so cute to see Andres grabbing on to the tags and engaging with the lovey. One great thing about the Baby Jack & Co. blankets are that the tags are sewn shut, so little fingers can’t get stuck! The tags also have several different textures to engage the kids’ senses.

Peapod Sleep Expert Review

Katie Damon

Peapod Sleep Expert Review
Never underestimate the power of a lovey! A lovey can be so important when it comes to a child’s development. It is something a child can count on. A lovey will be there at night when mom and dad are out for the evening or sleeping in the next room. It’s something a child can cling to when they’re scared, hurt or just not feeling well.