Stay at home children

  • Posted on Sep 5, 2019

On school days, one in three adolescents comes home to a house with no adult present. Police departments call the hours between 2 PM and 8 PM “crime time,” because more than half of all

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Poop Fails

  • Posted on Aug 6, 2019

So I’ve been reading “Oh Crap, Potty Training” by Jamie Glowaki, great book to read before you start potty training your child by the way. My husband was ready to start potty training this summer,

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  • Posted on Jun 25, 2019

It’s needed for the rejuvenation of our mind and body. Everyone needs between 7-9 hours of sleep a night, with kids and teens needing more due to growth. Good sleep allows for better efficiency with

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5 Positive Parent Tips to Kick Off Summer

  • Posted on Jun 6, 2019

If you’re anything like me, you might have mixed feelings about summer. Your school year routine is gone, and “everyone is off” while you still have to work. (Sadly, yet gratefully, my husband, mom and

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Cat allergy?

  • Posted on Jun 5, 2019

Allergic to Cats? I’ve got some GREAT news for you! The Washington School of Medicine in St Louis just discovered that if cats are fed a certain diet, it decreases the allergic response in cat-allergy

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Food allergy test

  • Posted on Jun 5, 2019

We’ve heard this before but now more evidence is available. Children tested by skin prick tests for food allergies at age one often test negative by the time they are six years old according to

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It’s summer time, so let’s talk about “dry drowning”

  • Posted on May 17, 2019

We need to demystify “dry drowning” – we need to remember that anything that “clutter’s up your Facebook feed you should really take with a grain of salt. Children can only flail on the surface

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