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The crazy truth about breastfeeding is that it's the best and most challenging part of the newborn phase. It is such a gift to be able to feed your baby milk designed specifically for them by your body, but it isn't always as natural as you think it is going to be.

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Whether you have been in the store to check out our stroller collection, or you have previewed it online...you know we have a lot to choose from! Here's the rundown on our most popular selling jogging stroller: The BOB Revolution Series. The series is made of up of two strollers: the Flex and the Pro. Both strollers have identical features, but differ in one area.  Bob Revolution Series: Included Features A rotating front wheel for easy maneuverability that can be locked for long distance or rough trails. Air-filled rubber tires which easily navigate the bumpiest trails. An ultra-padded seat with ventilation...

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After having a child of my own, having all my friends and cousins have kids, and working in the baby industry for over a year...I can say the trickiest purchase one can make is a nursing bra! The amazing thing about our generation, is that we have found a way to make this stage of life FUN, SEXY, COMFORTABLE, and most importantly, FUNCTIONAL! We have a huge selection of bras at Baby Logic including several brands that are at the top of the industry right now, all super affordable.    I am here to help guide you along this path...

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  Out of everything you need to think about and plan for when having a baby, how you plan to feed them is one of the most important. I was like most moms.... it's easy, right? I simply pop out the baby and then start feeding her... it'll just come to me... mom's have been doing it since the beginning of time. While breastfeeding was one of the most wonderful things I have ever done in my life for many reasons, no one could have prepared me for the challenges I would embark on this feeding journey. My daughter didn't "latch" until...

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On average, once every nine days an innocent child dies of heatstroke in a vehicle. While every parent likes to think that this could never happen to them or their child, it absolutely can. As parents, we're tired, stressed, even distracted... symptoms that can easily lead to a forgotten little one in the back seat.  In honor of National Child Vehicular Heatstroke Awareness and Prevention Day, here are four daily tips to help you avoid a tragedy: 1. Put something you need next to your infant seat Your purse, lunch, cell phone, etc. Get into the habit of opening your back doors...

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