As we all know, babies and toddlers come without instructions! So being a first time parent can be a little scary. If you’re a working parent, leaving your precious little bundle with a nanny can downright frightening.  The biggest question in most new parent’s minds is whether a nanny will give their little one the …
Last week, Rachel Hartman asked the question “How Do You Prepare Your Home for the Birth of A Child” in the Sparefoot Blog. To answer the question she came to me.  Below I’d like to share with you Rachel’s post and my tips… Whether it’s a boy or girl, a new baby brings more than …
  Dear Mommy and Daddy, It’s Me…your Baby! I know you’ve waited nine long months to meet me and now I’m here.  Unless you have Blythe Lipman’s book,  Help! My Baby Came Without Instructions,  you probably won’t know what to do with me. So here are a ten things to help you get really good at …
  Labor Day is over, its the first week of preschool and my two year old is wild. We visited the school three times, put his name on his cubby and his teacher even came to the house to say hello. Bedtime is a struggle,  he’s constantly calling me into his room and wakes  up …
Last week my hometown newspaper, South Jersey Times featured a profile about me and my book called “Toddlers get their due in Blythe Lipman’s latest.”  Check it out and Enjoy! article      
Your toddler wants to do everything by himself. It’s cute to watch but oh, so scary. He has no clue about safety, social mores or manners at this point. And some of those new discoveries can be pretty gross. Things like drinking the bath water, laying on the floor in a public place, showing you …
Just last week, Samantha Gregory, who launched RichSingleMomma.com in 2008, asked me to blog for her about Those Unexpected Toddler Expenses. Here is what I shared with RichSingleMomma.com readers. You made it; your baby has graduated into toddlerhood. And now you’re looking forward to a year with fewer expenses.  Soon diapers will be a thing of …
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