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Deborah Song

Deborah Song is a Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based writer, who obtained her master's in journalism from New York University. She is the founder of, and is passionate about helping parents find better work-life balance and proper support through community.

Articles by Deborah

How Stress Can Harm Your Unborn Baby and Ways to Manage It

When I became pregnant, I followed all the rules: I avoided caffeine, never stepped foot in a hot tub, managed to abstain from sushi, and fled any premise that hinted of secondhand smoke. But I was still wrought with worry.

Top 8 Air Travel Must-Haves

A flying experience for any family with young children involves enough mishaps and hiccups to make a drama-filled, knee-slapping scene worthy to be featured in the next Look Who's Talking (it could only be funny in hindsight, of course).

Baby: 10 Tips to Coax Your Baby to Take the Bottle

Is your baby refusing the bottle? If so, you're not alone in what can be an exhausting battle. I remember all too well the dirty looks my baby used to give me at the sight of a bottle, how she flicked the bottle away from her face with repulsion when I tried to feed her.

Road Trip Rules: 10 Tips For a Smooth Ride

What are your top tips for taking baby on a road trip? What to bring and what not to do! Read on for more parenting tips!

6 Ways to Prevent Stroller Theft From Happening to You

We returned to our stroller 10 minutes later to change diapers, when I noticed the 3-foot minion doll we just won lying on the ground with the mommy hook still attached to it. I knew in that instant someone didn't mistakenly take our stroller. It had been stolen.

15 Tips to a Smoother Flight with a Baby

Few things in life are more stressful than flying with a baby. Nothing ever goes as planned (an important expectation to have), but there are things you can do to make the flying experience better. 
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