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5 Tips to Break the Phone Habit

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Author: Liz Moorhead

I’ve come to rely on my phone quite a bit since having kids. I check the weather before we head outdoors, track things like eating changes and sleeping schedules, use it as white noise when the baby can’t sleep, and text with friends when I’m trapped under that sleeping baby and there’s little else to do.

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Enjoying Kid's Different Stages

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Author: Liz Moorhead

We have two children in very different phases. My toddler son is in preschool, holds grown-up conversation, and has very specific likes and dislikes. The baby is still just an adorable ball of squish and snuggle. I love seeing how my older boy is forming his own opinions, practicing his own voice, asserting himself as a person.

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Diaper Bag Must Haves - Don't Leave Home Without Them!

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Author: Seventh Generation

Messes happen – especially when you’re out and about with little ones in tow. A fully-stocked diaper bag can be the difference between a mess and a mini-disaster. We asked some of our Seventh Generation moms about their diaper bag must-haves and here’s what they won’t leave home without! 

What you need:

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Homemade Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Kids

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Author: Seventh Generation

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Instead of heading to your local grocery store for a pack of cards and candy, add a personal touch with these simple, homemade crafts. Kids will love making them, and their classmates will love receiving them even more!

1. Friendship Bracelet Valentines 

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Motherhood in the Age of Instagram

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Author: Liz Moorhead

My second son is in the early stages of infancy, a uniquely absorbing and time-consuming stretch. Hours are spent immobile with a sleeping baby on my chest, or up at 3am when no one else is awake. In these moments when there’s nothing else possible, I spend a good bit of time scrolling through Instagram photos and flipping through magazines.

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Phthalates and Pregnancy: The Risks of Prenatal Exposure

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Author: Seventh Generation

A new study that explores the association between exposure to phthalates and children’s IQs has sparked concern – and rightfully so. Phthalates are common chemicals found in many products around the home – ranging from soaps and dryer sheets to shower curtains and raincoats. 

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Life Hacks for the Busy Mom

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Author: Seventh Generation

With two young kids, Margo feels like she has limited energy and mental space - and like most parents, she needs to maximize her time! That’s where life hacks come in. After reaching out to her network of fellow parents (including co-workers here at Seventh Generation), she's compiled some great tips to help life run a little more smoothly. Read on for her great tips!

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Holiday Gift Crafts Your 4-Year-Old Will Enjoy Making

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Author: Seventh Generation

I can’t be the only one feeling a bit blindsided by the holidays this year: The late Thanksgiving meant a ridiculously short season.

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Sharing Holidays with Grandparents

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Author: Liz Moorhead

Spending time with loved ones has always been a large part of our holiday celebrations. And with kids in the picture, grandparents on both sides are eager to stake their claim on time with our family.

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Kids, Holidays, and Community

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Author: Liz Moorhead

The holidays can feel like one long celebration, involving friends and strangers alike. No matter where we go, there are glittering decorations and festive music. People seem cheerier. It feels as though the whole world is going to the same party.

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