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The Fourth of July is the perfect time for fireworks, family picnics, and, of course... shopping! If you're looking to stock up for baby, home, or even you (self-care, mamas!), now's the time. And since we're all social distancing, retailers have brought their best deals straight to your computer.

Here are the Fourth of July sales we're shopping this weekend:

The Motherly Shop: Up to 60% off top brandsβ€”from clothing for mama to baby gear.

Old Navy: Up to 60% everything.

Bed Bath & Beyond: Up to 50% off home, electronics and decor.

Draper James: Up to 40% off across the site.

Layla Sleep: $200 off hybrid mattress + 2 free memory foam pillows.

Rifle Paper Co.: 15% off orders under $50; 20% off $50+; 25% off $100+

abc carpet + home: 30% off sitewide on home and furniture.

Tuft & Needle: Spend $800, get $150 off; spend $1,200, get $250 off.

Motherhood Maternity: Save 30% off everything.

Tea Collection: Take an extra 40% off all sale and clearance.

Target: Summer sales on clothing, baby gear and home.

Hanna Andersson: Summer clearance up to 75% off.

Madewell: Extra 30% off sales with code GIANT.

Walmart: Discounts across electronics, home and gear.

Nordstrom: Various deals across clothing, beauty and home.

Carter's: Up to extra 40% off clearance.

J.Crew: 50% off full-price styles. Plus, extra 70% 3+ sale styles with code GOFOURTH.

Wayfair: Up to 70% off on outdoor furniture, area rugs and home, kitchen and bedding.

Gap: Up to 75% off everything.

Boden: Up to 60% off sale Items.

Anthropologie: Up to 70% off original prices and sales and free shipping on orders $50+.

buybuy Baby: Deals across baby gear, nursery furniture and more.

Land's End: Get up to 60% off order with code FLAG.

The Children's Place: 75% off all clearance.

Primary: 50% off essential kids and baby styles.

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Below are six of the biggest lies I believed before having kidsβ€”and the reality of what actually happened for me.

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