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Mom judgments are not always right

Everyone expresses judgment of others, usually without even realizing what they’re doing. Mother Melissa Willets has a fantastic story at the Baby Center blog where she admits to judging another mom, only to realize later how wrong she was! Melissa witnessed another mother’s child push her own, and judged the mother’s lack of parenting. Later
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How to teach your kids to be good people

Every parent wants their kids to grow up to be kind, good-natured adults. Kids are pretty selfish though. Maybe it’s a survival instinct, some biological need to look out for me, myself and I. In any case, if you want your kids to be altruistic it should be taught from a young age.
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Dealing with a fear of dogs

Sometimes children develop irrational fears that seem to come out of nowhere for seemingly no reason at all. Such is the case for Kelcey Kintner as she describes her daughter’s fear of dogs in this post at Alpha Mom. Kelcey had a dog when her children were very young, but it didn’t fit with her
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These awesome products were invented by moms like you!

Inventions are born to meet needs, and as a mom I’m sure you’re thankful for many conveniences that your parents and grandparents didn’t have when it comes to baby care. This article at the Baby Center blog features 12 baby products made by moms to make their lives (and yours) a little easier. From adorable
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Five family-friendly vehicles worth a look

If you’re in the market for a new (or new to you) family car, the choices can be a little overwhelming. Maybe you want something safe, but not too expensive. Or maybe you want something comfortable, but also eco-friendly. This post at Product Review Mom highlights five vehicles that are family friendly and worth a test drive.
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How to ditch plastic in favor of reusable grocery bags

Plastic waste is a global issue, with over 3.5 million tons of plastic bags and wraps going into landfills and oceans each year. Plastic shopping bags are a big part of the problem, and some places are banning them altogether. Green-minded moms everywhere will appreciate these tips for reducing the use of plastic shopping bags
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