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07 Apr '17

Huge $850 Giveaway!

Posted by Pebbles Weitekamp

Happy Spring, Friends!

Little Teether has teamed up with 14 of your favorite brands to bring you a huge bundle of happiness. One winner takes it all... and it could be YOU!

The Oh Mommy + Oh Baby Giveaway is here, granting you an ultimate chance to win OVER $850 IN PRIZES! 

YAY!! We are as excited as you are and we know that you wouldn't miss this for the world. So, what are you waiting for, mamas? The mechanics and juicy deets are indicated below. Like, follow, tag, share away and don't forget to spread the word to all your friends. Let's do this!


Participating Brands and Prizes:

Open to all mamas. Contest winner will be announced on April 17, 2017. Be sure to check back to find out if you are a winner and remember our basic rules apply. 

*PLEASE NOTE: If you are chosen as a winner, we will send you an email alerting you of your winnings. If we do not hear back from you within 48 hours, we will pick another lucky winner. Participants will be added to the newsletters of all the partner brands.


21 Nov '16

Tips to make your home comfortable this Thanksgiving

Posted by Pebbles Weitekamp

When celebrating Thanksgiving, the more, the merrier. There’s nowhere you’d rather be than with people you love. But let's be honest. When hosting Thanksgiving this year, you may feel the stress of dealing with so many guests. A successful holiday celebration relies on the ability to create a comfortable atmosphere for everyone. Here are a few of our favorite Thanksgiving success tips that readers have shared.


1. Ask

Planning beforehand is always a good idea. Ask your expected visitors if they have any preference requests, dietary restrictions with food, expected number of guests that they will bring, etc. Perhaps some guests would like to bring a dish of their own to share for Thanksgiving dinner. This will give you an easy head start on planning what to serve.

If you're still preparing food when your guests arrive, ask if they would mind lending you a hand. Many people enjoy helping out and contribute. Cooking together is also a great bonding experience.

2. Include everybody in the conversation

You may have family or friends that want to bring additional people along. Perhaps a new significant other, a friend in need of company, or a co-worker from out of town that would like to enjoy some company, too. These guests won't know many people at the party so take the initiative to make them feel comfortable and engage them in conversation.

3. Take It Easy

Big celebrations and preparations can make you feel anxious. Breathe, stay calm and be yourself. If you’re relaxed, your guests will sense it, and they'll feel a lot more comfortable, too.

Few things beat a fun, casual atmosphere with friends and family. Once the hustle and bustle of meal time is over, just relax.

25 May '16

Missing Children's Day - A Day of Awareness

Posted by Damon Burton

Approximately 460,000 children were listed as missing in 2015. Children reported as missing have circumstances that vary from family abductions, stranger abductions, and kidnappings. Fortunately, as much as 99% of children reported missing in America make it back home.


It is important to equip children with the right information about the possible dangers they might encounter. Make your children aware of avoiding busy roadways, not talking to strangers, embracing situational awareness, etc. In recognition of May’s Missing Children’s Day, here are some tips to consider to protect your children.


  • Inform children about stranger danger.
  • Keep tabs on your kids at home and while they’re away with friends.
  • In addition to knowing where they are, know where they plan on going.
  • For those parents that embrace technology, there are apps available that add tracking and monitoring capabilities to phones. If your children are too young for a phone, there are smartwatches and other devices that can provide GPS information, too.
  • Go over the “off-limits” areas of your neighborhood or city.

Missing Children’s Day was commemorated in the US in 1983. It is a reminder for parents to educate their children. The day coincides with International Missing Children’s Day, a joint venture of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children and the US’s National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

10 May '16

3 Fun Physical and Sports Activities Little Kids Will Enjoy

Posted by Damon Burton

Much has been written about the benefits of exercise and sports; healthy body, healthy mind, and better disposition and mood are just some of the many benefits. Despite knowing so many of the benefits of exercise, reluctantly, so many of us still live a sedentary lifestyle.

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In recognition of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, an annual celebration of physical activity each May, now is a great time to start thinking about your health and renew your commitment to a healthy lifestyle.

Get ready to break out the “I like to move it, move it.” song. To help encourage families and their kids to be active together, here are some activities that everyone can do together.

  1. Treasure Hunt. Is there any kid who doesn’t like a treasure hunt? Prepare a treasure hunt game around the house or in the backyard. In every clue, add a physical activity or sports that they can do. It is sort of an Amazing Race type of treasure hunt wherein before moving to the next clue, they need to first perform a task. Your kids will be looking forward to this fun-filled treasure hunt and their bodies will appreciate the physical activity.
  2. Games for Chore-Free Week. Sweating it out can be done not only through exercise, but doing some household chores, too. Parents will love this idea since it encourages physical activity and teaches children responsibility. Parents define wherein a child who wins a physical game, perhaps at home, school, or at youth sports, will be able to enjoy a chore-free week.
  3. Follow the Leader. This activity works well for younger children. When parents are ready to rock some mom and dad-level chores, break out a matching outfit or apron for the toddlers of the home, turn on some music, allow the children to follow and copy your chores and let the fun begin. Not only will everyone involved get in some light physical activity, but the house gets cleaned and the kids get to enjoy some quality fun time with mom and dad.

These activities are fun for kids and they won’t feel like they’re being forced to get in some physical activity. What are some of your favorite ways to get your kids active?
03 May '16

Why Mom’s are so Great

Posted by Damon Burton

As we become mothers ourselves we often get caught up in the fast-paced schedule of life. We put off the basic cordials in life “until tomorrow.” When was the last time you gave your mom a tight and long hug? How about an “I love you,” or a phone call just to say, “I miss you.”

There are a million reasons why mom’s are so great, including being a mom yourself. In celebration of Mother’s Day, here are a few of our favorite reasons why mom’s are so special.

  1. Moms are the best cooks! Grabbing takeout or even visiting your favorite restaurant is never as fulfilling as having a home cooked meal. Moms can whip the simplest of ingredients into a delectable soul food that can satisfy your cravings. Nothing can compare to a cup of soup that moms cooked with all her love and care. 
  2. Moms know everything! Moms are like Google wherein they seem to know everything. From endless, silly “what-ifs” and inane questioning, moms never ran out of patience to give us answers. Moms seem to know the answer even to the most trivial questions up to the most profound one.
  3. Moms are psychics, or so they seem to be. Moms know when we are sad or if something is troubling us. She knows if we are keeping secrets, too! Before you get the chance to ask if mom has a moment to talk, she seems to already know that you need the one-on-one pep talk. 
  4. Moms are our best friend. You may have a BFF, but your foremost very best friend is always mom. When the going gets tough, moms are there as your cheerleader.
  5. Moms are our safe haven. A mother’s embrace is enough to keep you feeling loved and secure. A mother’s love is a shield against the bad and a reminder of the good in life.

This Mother’s Day, make mom feel special. Whether you choose to go with an over-the-top expression of gratitude for mom, something unique like food-grade silicone teether beads, or traditional gifts of chocolates, flowers, or a dinner out, you know mom best. Warm her heart the same way she warms yours.

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