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    New Daybed Options for Toddler Transitions and Optimizing Space

    Looking to transition your toddler to a “big kid bed”? Want to update your guest room or add storage to a small bedroom or office? A great daybed might be our best option! Versatile and multi-functional, a daybed can offer under-bed clothing drawers, an additional mattress or trundle, and easy styling options. Start here: measure […] More

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    5 of the Best Family-Friendly Cruises for a Sunny Escape

    Already planning Spring Break? (If so, we’re impressed, mama!) Or just in denial about your crummy local weather forecast? In any case, what better way to lift your spirits than by organizing your next family vacation. With over 26 million people cruising in 2018, hopping a boat and sailing away has never been more tempting. […] More

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    Labor of Love: Challenge, Trauma, and Time to Heal

    In mamabare’s Labor of Love series, women share their stories of pregnancy, loss, labor and motherhood – in a variety of forms. We are repeatedly reminded that parenting is truly a labor – no matter how we come about it. Birthed out of love, whether biologically, through loss or pain, by fostering or adoption, our […] More

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    4 Perfect Holiday Gift Ideas for Toddlers and Preschoolers

    Countdown to the holidays has begun! Whether you’re a keen early bird shopper who will have everything wrapped and ready by December 1st or a last-minute straggler hoping for inspiration (or potential deals in the eleventh hour maybe?), we’re here to take the guesswork out of your holiday shopping. We’re sharing what our kids have […] More

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    Inspiring Children’s Book Showcases People of Peace

    A few weeks ago, we stumbled upon this recently published and translated book. We’re so excited to share the gem that we’ve found! People of Peace is written by Sandrine Mirza, an author from France. With a master’s degree in history and an inclination towards penning books with a global focus, Mirza sets out to […] More

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    Labor of Love: Life-Changing in More Ways Than One

    In mamabare’s Labor of Love series, women share their stories of pregnancy, loss, labor and motherhood – in a variety of forms. We are repeatedly reminded that parenting is truly a labor – no matter how we come about it. Birthed out of love, whether biologically, through loss or pain, by fostering or adoption, our […] More

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    Labor of Love: We Plan, God Laughs

    We here at mamabare.co LOVE our Labor of Love series in this community – where women can share their own stories of pregnancy, loss, labor and motherhood – in all its various forms. We are reminded that our stories are each so unique in their own ways, yet entirely universal. Jennifer just recently gave birth to her second child. Congratulations! A […] More

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    Testing Out Meal Kits to Simplify Daily Life

    We’ve recently been brainstorming ways to simplify our daily lives in an effort to reduce stress and mental load. One of the main experiments was trying a meal kit. A meal kit is a subscription service that delivers fresh food to your door with all the ingredients and instructions so you can prepare a meal. […] More

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    Lucas Warren: The First Ever Gerber Baby With Down Syndrome

    The Gerber Baby contest has been around since 2010, with hundreds of thousands of applicants each year. The winner receives $50,000 and their baby becomes the official 2018 Gerber Spokesbaby. This year over 140,000 photos were submitted but Lucas’ heartwarming smile caught the judges’ eye and he became the first ever baby with Down Syndrome […] More

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    19 Crazy Yoga Classes You Won’t Believe Exist

    Hey mamas! Whether you’re in a workout rut and looking for something fun to try or you just want a good snort-laugh (“snaugh”?… “lort”?), we’re listing the craziest yoga classes you won’t believe exist! Yoga began as a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, which included breath control, simple meditation, and bodily postures. And for the […] More

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