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  • Green Nursery

    Jesse Johnson is the co-founder of Q Collection & Q Collection Junior – leaders in designing adult and children’s furniture and textiles that are PEOPLE SAFE and PLANET SAFE... BIO »

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    Vote for the top eco-friendly moms…

      In the lead up to Earth Day (April 22nd), the website Circle of Moms is holding a vote for the top eco-friendly moms. It…

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  • Child Development

    Don Burton, co-creator of the beloved Eebee's Adventures, has been creating educational innovations for consumer markets for more than a decade.... BIO »

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    Water Play and Exploration

    With summer in full swing, we will all be doing lots of water play over the next few months. Water play and exploration is one…

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  • Picture Perfect

    Since her start, Julie Floyd has worked with thousands of children from all over the world. Her unique style and vision are widely credited with making modern children's photography what it is today... BIO »

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    Choosing a Professional Photographer for a Child with Special Needs

    I’ve been photographing children now for 20 years, and some of my best shoots have been with special needs children. I find it particularly rewarding to work…

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  • Best Birth

    Sarah McMoyler, RN, educator and mother, offers an updated, medically-savvy approach for preparing today's expectant parents for the biggest event of their lives with the "McMoyler Method"... BIO »

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    Cord Blood Banking?

    Do we or don’t we? Banking your baby’s cord blood stem cells may be one of the most difficult- and – one of the most…

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  • Nursery Design

    David Netto founded NettoCollection in 2003 to pioneer the stylish modern aesthetic in baby furniture, and to bring to market products for children's rooms that were designed with both luxury and good sense in mind... BIO »

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    Muji to Go

    Here’s something I found among the many wonders of the JetBlue terminal at JFK. The design store Muji has a crafts set combining Legos and paper cutouts which you and your child can color in and assemble into a mini circus, undersea world, or what have you…

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  • Sweet Dreams

    As a child development expert with a master's degree in clinical psychology, Janeen Hayward helps parents navigate the difficult terrain around sleep and offers advice and support on a host of other developmental issues... BIO »

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    Travel Tips

    As I prepare to head out west to Portland with my family tomorrow, I am reminded about the impact to their normal sleep routines this…

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  • Organized Parent

    Stephanie Vozza is an expert in timesaving organization for busy parents, offers quick solutions for the tasks that cause moms stress... BIO »

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    Housekeeping: By room or by task?

    I was lucky enough to interview Heloise – the household hint icon – for a magazine article I’m writing, and she told me something interesting.…

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  • Healthy Eating

    Alexandra Zissu is a writer, editor, speaker, and greenproofer. She speaks often about eco-friendly living and food at private firms, mothers’ groups, and industry expos... BIO »

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    Mommy’s Little Helper

    We cook three-ish meals a day, 365 days a year. Almost. When we’re not, we’re eating with grandparents, other family, and friends – in other words, someone else is home cooking. Infrequently, we eat out. There are a (small) handful of restaurants near us serving organic options, some of these are pricier than others. But, as New Yorkers, we do love pizza. There’s pretty much a pizza place on every corner, offering cheap slices for the hungry. Perfect kid food, except the hormones and antibiotics in the cheese, the sugar in the tomato sauce, and so on.

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