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Parenting

Is The World Ready for My Baby Girl to Be President?

Baby Girl

“I’m still not sure if I want to be a detective when I grow up or if I want to be President,” you proclaimed. In typical parent form I responded that you have plenty of time to decide since after all, you are only 8 years old and in 3rd grade. “You’ll figure it out, […]

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5 Tips for a Stress-Free Morning Routine Before School & Work

life

Morning routines can often be hectic when you’ve got school-age children. Depending on your work arrangements and overall household’s schedule, the logistics of the morning can be quite stressful when you factor in all that has to be accomplished in such a short period of time. You may have to get yourself dressed and ready […]

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Parenting Tip: How to Safely Dispose of Expired or Unwanted Medicines

Parenting

With Spring in full effect – even though I know many of you are still enduring cool weather – you may be in the mood for some spring cleaning, starting to declutter your closets, and tossing out unnecessary items. As you clean out each room of your home, something you may not think to do […]

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Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk? & Other Common Questions Parents Ask Pediatricians

Parenting

When I was pregnant with my oldest, I had a million questions. I remember I would walk into my doctor’s office with a notepad pre-filled with questions for each of our visits and would walk out with at least 2 more follow-up questions or “action” items of information I wanted to research and learn more […]

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7 Tips to Help Kids with Spring Allergies

Parenting

It never fails – as soon as March comes around, I begin an endless cycle of sneezing, sniffling, and coughing. Sadly, so do my kids. They were both blessed with the gift of seasonal allergies thanks to genetics. They honestly didn’t have much of a chance – according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of […]

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