Bohnereis – A Natural Scrub That Is Safe For Pregnancy And Lactating Mothers

I became even more choosy when I got pregnant and after giving birth while I was lactating. I am a super believer that my baby is having part of everything that I put on my skin while I was pregnant and lactating, so the products have to be natural and safe!

And because most of the deodorants in the market are, well, not natural, I decided to give them up too. Of course, I searched for a replacement and… I found this!

3 Free LinkedIn Features That You Need to Familiarize Yourself With

Indeed, LinkedIn has come a long way. From its early days as little more than a glorified online résumé platform for professionals seeking employment to a one-stop shop for industry news, training and networking worldwide, LinkedIn continues to try and adjust to the changing professional workplace.

How To Potty Train A Toddler Fast

Potty training is a tedious process that most parents would avoid, if they can. However, since it is part of parenting, you can only wish it happens faster and this article offers tips on how you can potty train your toddler fast.

6 Ways To Build Your Toddler’s Vocab

One of the most exciting milestones, for both you and your child, is when your child learns how to talk. If you have a young toddler, chances are that they already know and use a few simple words. But more words mean more power— power to better understand the world and power to better understand themselves. Of course, most kids will learn more words naturally over time, but jump-starting your toddler’s vocab can’t hurt! Even so, there’s no need to break out the flashcards or buy fancy learning aids; the best and most effective ways of teaching your toddler are actually free. This list of 6 Ways to Build Your Toddler’s Vocab will show you easy ways to introduce new words to your young toddler, so that they’re chatting up a storm by the time they’re ready for preschool.

5 Pose To Make Moms Happier

We’re told as moms that the days are long but the years are short.

I 100% agree with that. I’m literally writing this while my 2 ½ year old son is napping in my lap and thinking, when did he get so big that he can barely fit into my lap?