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This month on our column at giggle, we had two posts to show you how much we love and want to help — while still affirming that you’re already doing a great job following your own instincts.

As we gear up for more family trips, I shared 8 been-there-done-that tips for traveling with a toddler at the holidays.

Whitney wrote about the baby product she couldn’t live without. Wanna take a guess before clicking? I’ll give you 3 clues:

  1. Some babies require them.
  2. Others can’t stand them.
  3. You could make your own.

(Could that be anything? Hmmm)

For my shopping confession, I will share my unexpected affection for play food. Love the stuff! We have play food and dishes coming out the wazoo. I love the little wooden fruits and veggies held together with velcro that small hands can cut with the included knife. I reluctantly admit that each year, I prevent myself from buying or building a sweet play kitchen because I tell myself that my sons have daily access to them at preschool, but I can’t get enough of the miniature fake food. What is that about?

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RookieMoms co-founder & mom to 3 boys in Berkeley, CA. Bossy big sister and project manager turned blogger helping moms enjoy their first years of motherhood. Find me on my other site on 510families.com or hiding in my minivan eating dark chocolate.

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