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6 Different Types of Lounging Chairs for Kids

When it comes to shopping for suitable chairs for babies, it can become like a real-life version of Game of Thrones. Kids’chairs and furniture are sized to provide them with comfort. They need chairs that suit their size and not the adult. Learn more about different types and styles of kid’s chairs, which can be …

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4 Different Types of Cribs for Babies

Many baby cribs are available to new parents, but the most common type of cribs include a standard crib, mini crib, convertible crib, and round crib. Each crib design offers its own benefits, making them perfectly well suited for new parents and safe for babies. In addition, many of the crib options will be perfect …

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Parent’s Guide to Mini Crib Dimensions

A mini crib is the heart of any compact nursery or small home. And that’s why dimensions are essential. Because buying a crib is not a small decision. But how important can dimensions be? Let’s find out. Cribs are the most expensive and equally useful pieces in your nursery. It’s where your child will visit …

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5 Good Crib Options for Short Moms and/or Dads

Designing your dream nursery for your baby is one of the fun parts of preparing for a newborn. My wife and I loved every step of the process, from selecting our favorite color palette to choosing the furniture. The whole way was an exciting and fun process. It reminded me of the baby Moses basket. …

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Books & Studies About Only Children: Is One Enough?

I have to admit I was hesitant to write this. I have an only child. It’s a decision I never really questioned. Honestly, it wasn’t even a decision I made consciously. The effects of being an only child were never the question. The question was did I want more than one. I didn’t want more …

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