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muddybootsanddiamonds.comVisiting the Baltimore Aquarium With ToddlersOur trip to the Baltimore Aquarium was fun, but not without learning a lesson or two about doing my homework before taking the boys anywhere new. Here's what I learned about visiting the Baltimore (err, National) Aquarium with toddlers... Walking Around Strollers are not allowed in the aquarium. This is stated on their website, which I didn't read beyond the cost of tickets. You can bring your stroller and check it, which is something to consider since you have to park a street or two away from the aquarium. They offer baby carriers to borrow to make carrying your little ones easier. (Mr7
charlietakesphx.comTime, you're a baby stealing thief: 365 days of mom lessons learned | Charlie takes PhoenixThere's more, but when I sat down to write; these are what came to mind first. I think we all have different perspectives when it comes to what helps us get through the parenting game. It's definitely been eye-opening to witness this thing you made take on a personality of it's own; individually interpreting everything you've taught them. It's also amazing, and beautiful, and frustrating, and sad. I would be lying if I didn't say I was a little sad. Sad that I'm already buying 18 month clothes. Sad that I didn't get to experience breastfeeding like I thought I would. Sad because I feel a little guilty about the 'shoulda, woulda, coulda's' of my early parenting choices. Mainly sad because after this year, I will have a walking, back talking, NO shouting, gremlin of a toddler on my hands.4
parents.comMom Has an Important Message for Parents Following Her Son's DrowningNicole Hughes did everything she could to protect her toddler, but in a turn of events that is all too common, 3-year-old Levi lost his life on a night in June. Now, the grieving mother has a message for parents about unintentional drowning.