If you've got a baby on the way or know someone that does (if you're reading Well Rounded NY, there's a good chance you fall into one of those categories), then you may have some layette items on your list. A onesie here, a cozy cap there--you're probably scouring the Internet trying to make sure you've filled your quota in every newborn wardrobe category. Or...you can just order a bundlKit from our friends at bundl.

We love that bundl takes the guesswork out of layette (WTF is layette anyway?) by filling the bundlkit with newborn wardrobe necessities including onesies, burp cloths, mittens, a cap and a cuddly blanket, all delivered in a multifunctional bundlBag. We love the all-natural, super-premium fabric every item is beautifully made from. And most of all, we love that bundl donates one blanket to a baby in need every time a bundlKit is purchased.

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Raising a mentally strong kid doesn't mean he won't cry when he's sad or that he won't fail sometimes. Mental strength won't make your child immune to hardship—but it also won't cause him to suppress his emotions.

In fact, it's quite the opposite. Mental strength is what helps kids bounce back from setbacks. It gives them the strength to keep going, even when they're plagued with self-doubt. A strong mental muscle is the key to helping kids reach their greatest potential in life.

But raising a mentally strong kid requires parents to avoid the common yet unhealthy parenting practices that rob kids of mental strength. In my book, 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don't Do, I identify 13 things to avoid if you want to raise a mentally strong kid equipped to tackle life's toughest challenges:

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