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Finding a cool Father’s Day gift for a new dad may sound straightforward

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If it’s their first-ever Father’s Day, they’ll need all the dad stuff, right? But fathers-to-be and first-time dads and their partners have likely been showered with lots of baby gear already: bibs, bassinets, baby monitors, strollers… which is why he might especially appreciate something entirely different and even left-of-field. So what are the best new-dad gifts? First-time dads and fathers to be are stressed out and sleep-deprived, so they could do with something that makes them feel a bit special. The best gifts for new fathers should then be one of two things: something that serves a practical purpose to make...

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12 money-saving products that grow with your baby

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Three things you learn when you have a baby: 1. You are totally able to function without sleep. 2. It takes about three diaper changes to be an instant pro. 3. Babies need a lot of stuff. Fortunately, these 12 products are here to help you cut down on that last one. (You're on your own with the diaper changing 😬.)Four position carrierThis ergonomically designed baby carrier will take you from your baby's newborn days all the way through 3 years old (or 45 pounds). With four carry positions—front-inward, front-outward, hip and back—this is the only carrier you'll need for...

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Best and Coolest 25 Brown Breads

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  IGOONE 4 Panels Canvas Paintings – loaf of Brown Bread with Honey loafs and Pictures – Wall Art Modern Posters Framed Ready to Hang for Home Wall Decor IGOONE 4 Panels Canvas Paintings – loaf of Brown Bread with Honey loafs and Pictures – Wall Art Modern Posters Framed Ready to Hang for Home Wall Decor - Size 12”x24”x2pcs+12”x32”x2pcs total size of 4 pieces if placed together without spaces is 48”x32”. Due to different brand of monitors, actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image. The canvas art wall has been expertly stretched (gallery wrapped )wood...

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Cheap by Choice: How to Embrace a Non-Consumer Lifestyle

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By Daisy Luther As a parent, sometimes I’ve asked my kids to do things they don’t want to do.  (Haven’t we all?)  The biggest key to their success in the endeavor is their attitude. Scenario #1: Me: Kiddo, it’s time to swap your winter clothes for your spring clothes. Please go through your closet, sort through your winter clothes, and get rid of the stuff that’s too small or that you don’t want anymore. Kiddo:  I don’t want to!  I hate this! It’s not fair!!! Kiddo goes through the closet, angrily shoving things in a garbage bag without taking a...

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Audio Series Tour: The Last Great Saxon Earls book 3 by Mercedes Rochelle

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Author: Mercedes Rochelle Narrator: Kevin E. Green Length: 9 hours 28 minutes Series: The Last Great Saxon Earls, Book 3 Publisher: Mercedes Rochelle Release date: July 20, 2020 Genre: Historical Fiction In 1066, the rivalry between two brothers brought England to its knees. When Duke William of Normandy landed at Pevensey on September 28, 1066, no one was there to resist him. King Harold Godwineson was in the north, fighting his brother Tostig and a fierce Viking invasion. How could this have happened? Why would Tostig turn traitor to wreak revenge on his brother? The Sons of Godwine were not...

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