Monthly Archives: June 2017


Benefits of Baby-wearing

  • Posted on Jun 28, 2017

As a new mom I have quickly learned the benefits of baby wearing! Snuggling with Cooper is amazing, but then the whole day would go by with me on the couch, holding my little one

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Time to make your own Baby Food?

  • Posted on Jun 27, 2017

The Environmental Defense Fund did a study looking at lead. Not in paint, which is where most of us associate lead, but in our food.   The results were not good.  They looked at over 12,000

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Beach Safety – Riptides (Currents)

  • Posted on Jun 26, 2017

Summer is here and many people are heading to the beach. Riptides  can turn a fun beach trip into a not so fun beach trip! Here is what you need to know! Riptides or currents,

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Conger’s Corner: Screen Time

  • Posted on Jun 22, 2017

Not talking yet?  What?  Your adorable bundle of smartness who is excelling in all areas is not using language yet?  Interestingly, handheld screen time is linked to expressive speech delays according to new research from

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How to Treat a Sunburn

  • Posted on Jun 21, 2017

Now that it’s getting hotter – don’t fall for the, “Mom, I’m good,” trick and let your kids go without sunscreen. But in case your kids do get a sunburn, here’s what to do. Remember,

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Non-cows milk may not be a good idea

  • Posted on Jun 20, 2017

Pretty much every day I talk to families that have made a decision to do an alternative to cow’s milk. Milk made from soy, almond or rice. Usually someone in the family is allergic or

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Baby Sunburn Prevention

  • Posted on Jun 19, 2017

  ​Why is a baby at special risk from sunburn? A baby’s skin is more delicate and thinner than an adult’s and burns and irritates more easily. Even dark-skinned babies may be sunburned. Babies cannot

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