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How to Survive the Summer with Kids in Tow

Child Pockit Stroller from GB

The weather is heating up, the kids are out of school, and summer is officially in full swing! Whether you’re expecting, chasing little ones around or managing tweens this summer, you’re going to want to join us! We’re hosting a Twitter party […]

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Looking for a Great Summer Adventure? You’re Going to Want to Join Us!

Summer Scoop Twitter Party

Project Nursery and Savvy Sassy Moms, along with some summer-loving bloggers, want to make sure you make this a summer to remember! We’re joining forces to bring you the Summer Scoop—it includes everything you need to get you where you want to go […]

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Project Nursery and Ubbi Want to Talk Potty!

PottyTraining

There is one stage of parenting that every parent must embark on, potty training! While we all dream of the day that everyone can take care of his or her own business, the road getting there can be a bit challenging and messy! […]

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Bedding, Events, Furniture

Make the Nursery Your Happy Place with Babies”R”Us!

Babies"R"Us Crib Bedding

We’re firm believers that the nursery should be a happy place for both baby and parents. It’s the perfect place for bonding with your new bundle of joy, and we want to make sure it’s a place of relaxation and contentment, too. We’re so excited to be partnering with Babies”R”Us to help spread this message! […]

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We’re Helping Make Traveling With Kids Easy!

#AwayWeGo Twitter

In case you haven’t heard the news yet, Project Nursery and Savvy Sassy Moms have joined forces to cover all things travel! We’re supplying you with tips, advice and the gear you need to get where you need to go this summer. […]

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Are You Worried About Heading Back to Work After Baby? Let Us Help.

It's Working Project Twitter Party

When my maternity leave was over after having my first baby, I battled anxiety and worried about how, as a nursing mom, I would be able to step back into the corporate world. I remember worrying about how and where I would pump and how I would fit pumping around my meeting schedule. […]

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