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April 2019 - Mood Baby

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How did you name your baby? Did you want a unique name? A traditional one? Perhaps you wanted to continue a family tradition and name them after a relative. Kimberley Linco is a demographer from McRindle. She’s done all the number crunching and has the

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Price drop! Save 34% on the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table at Amazon right now.

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It’s $26.46. List price is $39.99.

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On top of all her other achievements, Zoe Foster Blake can now add ‘mum who invents weird food for their kids’ to her list. Yesterday the mum-of-two shared an Instagram story and post that documented a new throw-together breakfast, dubbed “party porridge”, that she whipped up after realising

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If you are still recovering from Sunday’s epic Game of Thrones battle, don’t worry mama, so are we. It was intense, but hey, so is motherhood and we can find a lot of inspiration in the strong female characters on the show and in the actresses that play them.

Gemma Whelan brings Yara Greyjoy to life in the HBO hit but she’s also a new mom who bought her daughter to life in 2017, and this working mama has done plenty of breastfeeding on set. She recently posted a throwback pic of what went on behind the scenes of the most popular show on television. Namely, a lot of nursing.

In a recent interview with Good Morning Britain Whelan explained that her baby girl was on set for basically the entire time she worked on Game of Thrones.

Being able to bring your child to work with you is a privilege that actors like Whelan, Jessica Alba, Gabrielle Union and others enjoy, but it’s not just for people making movies and TV. More and more offices are welcoming infants.

We love how Whelan shared this photo to Instagram because it shows that new moms can succeed at work (and make amazing TV) when they have support. It’s also given birth to some hilarious GoT jokes.

One Reddit user captioned the image: “When you have to fight Euron at 6 and feed your kid at 7.” 😂

Working mamas definitely know what it’s like to switch roles in a hurry. We can go from strong, determined and fighting to gentle, caring and soft the minute we walk through those day care doors. It’s not acting, it’s real life and we are all as strong as Yara.

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Before we had children my husband Daniel and I had very different schedules. He’s a homebody who loves to have a weekend ahead with no plans at all. I love to be out with friends, doing things. He’s spontaneous, I operate better with a routine.

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This Little People Caring For Animals Farm Playset is 46% off list price at Amazon right now.

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For many families, an Amazon Prime membership is more than worth it. There are good deals to be had, and something so comforting about setting up subscriptions and knowing that diapers, coffee or laundry detergent are going to show up every month right when you need them.

Prime became popular with parents because of free two-day shipping, which was pretty quick when Prime first hit the scene. But we now live in a world where Target and other retailers offer super speedy delivery pick-up options, so Amazon is stepping up its game.

As BuzzFeed reports, this week Amazon announced its plans to roll out free one-day shipping for all Prime members nationwide.

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Previously, you had to spend $35 (and select an eligible product) to get the one-day shipping, but Amazon tells Motherly it has removed the minimum order amount on one-day shipping and one-day will soon become the default.

The company is going to spend $800 million in the second quarter of the year to get your stuff to your door a day earlier (and that’s just for North America), and while the Prime promise is different in different countries, it is seeking to speed up delivery times in every country it serves.

“We think that that will open up a lot of potential purchases, and open up convenience to those [Prime] customers,” Amazon’s chief financial officer Brian Olsavsky says, according to The Seattle Times.

Right now, only select zip codes are getting one-day shipping, but Amazon’s been adding more and more zip codes in the past month and plans to make one-day free shipping standard for Prime members across the country this year.

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[Correction, April 26, 2019: An earlier version of this post stated there was a minimum order limit of $35 to get one-day shipping, but that has been removed. We’ve added additional details on the Prime promise and Amazon’s spending plans.]

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When it comes to snacks, bananas are pretty much a win-win no matter how old you are: they taste great and they are packed full of nutrients. Breastfed? Vegan? Organic? What we know about how royal babies eat 5 nutrients a nutritionist is worried your

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