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    When babies are between 10 and 12 months old, you can start adding soft-cooked vegetables, combination foods, and finger foods to their diets. Take a look at this Phoenix OBGYN infographic to learn more about what to feed your baby!

    The first year or two of life is prime time to boost Baby's brainpower! Try these fun and scientific activities to set your child up for a bright future. #SmartMarch

    What do you do with your child's ultrasound photo? I love this idea of turning it into a canvas.

    Secret Swaddle. GENIUS! Will use with #2!

    Baby Baseball Bat - Each bat is built to match the length of your baby at birth and then engraved with the newborn's birth info.

    The Woombie is the safest, most natural way to swaddle your baby.

    A helpful infographic guide for moms about your baby's weekly evolution alongside the changes taking place in your body during pregnancy

    Simple baby play activity using a helium balloon. The kicking motion is great for developing gross motor skills, cause and effect and concentration. This is lots of fun for babies.

    The perfect dog gate

    Life as a Thrifter blog, in a pinch baby gate. I would use it at the top of the stairs where gates are hard to fit.

    Monogram Boy ShortallLongallsApplique Easter by TipTopBoutique

    Custom Order and Monogrammed Baby Boy by KarenMarieDesignsNJ, $28.00

    Baby Boy Monogram Bodysuit by kissedwithcreativity on Etsy, $15.00

    Hunting and Fishing Nursery - love this rustic monogram piece over the crib!

    Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Double Tongue Ox Toddler Plimsolls - Grey/Blue

    Owen's Fox First Birthday Party |

    Frame sheet music from wedding first dance in frame...another possible sister/new-brother-in-law christmas present.

    DIY Book, "I love my daddy because . . ." I made one for our first father's day. Now I need to find a similar book for baby #2.

    I think I want to make something like this. But gotta get my kid to stay still long enough to do it

    Kool-aid FOAM! Gloriously scented, delightfully fluffy, and irresistibly squishy fun for kids! Oh, and the best part is that you can most likely go into your kitchen and make this RIGHT NOW; it is so easy!

    Newborn Survival Guide

    This clever little open-faced bookshelf is made from a wooden pallet. It would be a nice, rustic addition to a child's reading nook or classroom library.

    All about wraps. This is really one page that has everything you need to know.