Blended families: How to make them work

Blended families: How to make them work

by Covered Goods, Inc.

These days, it's pretty common to be living in a blended family—a family where both parents have children from previous relationships. That being said, getting to the point where everyone gets along does take effort....and time! Here are some strategies that will help make your blended family work. 

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Safety First: Simple Steps to Baby Proof Your Home

Safety First: Simple Steps to Baby Proof Your Home

by Covered Goods, Inc.

Do you have a baby who's on the verge of crawling? Now's the time to get your house in order and make sure it's safe for your little one. We've got some great tips to make the process easier. Here are a few things to focus on when baby-proofing your home.

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Our Favorite Fun Fall Activities to Enjoy With Your Baby

Our Favorite Fun Fall Activities to Enjoy With Your Baby

by Covered Goods, Inc.

We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite autumn activities. Here’s everything there is to love about fall, and some great ways to enjoy it with your little one.

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Perfect Thoughtful Gifts For A New Mom

Perfect Thoughtful Gifts For A New Mom

by Covered Goods, Inc.

Becoming a parent is a big lifestyle change! If you have a friend who has recently become a mom, give them a gift that can help make their life easier, and remind them that they are appreciated.

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Baby on Board: 5 Ways to Help Your Baby After a Car Accident

Baby on Board: 5 Ways to Help Your Baby After a Car Accident

by Covered Goods, Inc.

Car accidents are always terrifying. They are even more terrifying, though, if you have your children in your vehicle at the time of the crash. We've put together five ways to help your baby after a car accident.

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Moms and Money: Simple Yet Effective Budget Tips to Make Every Dollar Count

Moms and Money: Simple Yet Effective Budget Tips to Make Every Dollar Count

by Covered Goods, Inc.

By the time your little bundle of joy turns 18, it is estimated that you will spend over $233,000 for childcare, according to the Department of Agriculture. So beyond making sure that you take good care of yourself, you'll have to get a stronger handle on the family finances. We've put together some great budgeting tips to make every dollar count.

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