Erin is a mom of two and has been with Today’s Mama for ten years. She is charged with finding and sharing all of the wonderful things the web has to offer. She is particularly fond of food, photography, printables, and funny things. She writes about losing weight in her Healthy Living for Mom series, and is chronicling her attempt to master her DSLR camera with her series, Big Girl Camera.

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Baby Blackbird

Brandy is the fashion-industry blogger behind Baby Blackbird, a blog devoted to kids fashion, handmade toys and clothing, and family life. The mini street style posts are and adorable collection of reader submitted photos of their young fashionistas, but my favorite might be the Mini Celebrity posts where Brandy breaks down celebrity style into a kid-appropriate approximation. Happy Dressing!

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  1. Johnson Manzanarez 04/11/2013 at 2:31 pm

    Many parents underestimate the sensitivity of their child’s skin. While it may be tempting to save money and use the same dry skin care products on your baby’s skin as you would on your own, this can cause serious problems. Imagine using bar soap on the sensitive skin of your face as compared to a specialty product designed for the chemistry of your skin. It would likely end up causing you a great deal of discomfort. The same thing would happen to your baby’s skin if you were to consistently use products geared for adults to cleanse it. An unhappy baby can be a very loud baby, and dry skin can make babies incredibly unhappy.;

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  2. Johnnie Uong 04/05/2013 at 3:47 am

    You’ve heard the rumors — but now you’ve got proof. There is absolutely nothing in the world that compares to the sweet sensation of a baby’s skin. It feels good, it smells good — heck, it even tastes pretty sweet when you kiss it. But there’s a downside to that brand-new and delicious epidermis: Newborn skin is ultrasensitive to a host of potential irritants. Some might cause bumps, others a bright-red rash. Most of these baby blemishes are perfectly normal and will pass with time, especially if you know how to treat them. Here’s a roundup of the most common skin conditions that can develop in your baby’s first year,”

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