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Let’s be real for a second. When a new baby comes into the picture, it often feels like everything falls on mom's shoulders, and she likely feels that way too. However, dads have a huge role to play! Not only can you be incredibly helpful, but you can also create a strong bond with your little one right from the start. Here are some tips on how to be the ultimate supportive partner and crush it at fatherhood.
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Professional networking doesn’t have to stop the minute you become a parent. In fact, having a child can actually open the door to meeting and making even more connections than before. Whether you’re chatting with another parent at the park or making small talk in the daycare doorway, having a child can be your “in” to opening the lines of communication with other working parents. 
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As a new parent, you want the best for your newborn, especially when it comes to something as essential as diapers. With countless options available, finding the right diaper that balances comfort, safety, and environmental responsibility can be overwhelming.
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As your family grows, so will your spending. By a lot. Hospital bills. Diaper costs. Daycare expenses. Snacks. More snacks. And while the financial struggle of starting a family is real, having a baby doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you save a little dough as your family grows. 
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Earth Day is coming up soon on April 22nd. It’s a beautiful occasion to celebrate our planet, and a great opportunity to instill in our little ones a love for the environment and the understanding of how to care for it.
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I may be stating the obvious, but being able to work from home, even part-time, has some major benefits for parents. While there is something to be said for leaving the home to go back to work in an office setting after maternity or paternity leave, the option to work remotely allows parents to better navigate the unexpected surprises that arise in the first few years of parenthood.