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We want our children to learn how to be independent, right? Help them get a good start on that new-found independence by adding a few things around your home to make it more kid-friendly.
“There’s nothing to wear!”
“Where’s my lunch money?
I need lunch money!”
“Oh, no! There’s the bus. Bye, Mom!”
“Bye, Mom. Hey, wait!”
Co-ops with other parent friends in your community make for a great (and affordable!) way to find a babysitter when you don’t have family at the ready.
Personalize your newborn’s nursery to create exactly what you want.