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Rude, Mean, or Bullying - And What to Do About It Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Episcopal School of Baton Rouge. Seeing their child in pain is one of the hardest things a parent can experience. When it is...
It's the time of year that I start getting ready for a beach trip! We've gone to the beach almost every summer, visiting a variety of beaches depending on where we lived. This year I am looking forward to...
Motherhood is tough, no doubt about it. As if there isn't enough to worry about with our kids, we also have to worry about hiding the Tide pods from our teenagers, and I recently found out that there’s a...
In response to the recent walkout conducted by teenagers all over the US, people took to social media to express their opinions. This didn't surprise me. What did surprise me were the general themes of what I saw in...
On Wednesday, I was planning on starting a silly post listing all the nonsense reasons why I am still awake at 11:30pm on a weekday. It’s a phenomenon I’m sure all moms have experienced. We are exhausted at the...
Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by Children's Hospital.  Get a Jump Start on Heart Disease Prevention With Your Little Ones February is National Heart Month! To observe this very important month of awareness for heart disease, we would like to...
She sat on my couch, shocked, devastated. As she began to tell her story, she pulled her feet up and sat with crossed legs, arms folded over the pillow she had drawn in to her chest. Even her body...
I was recently watching one of my Friday guilty pleasures, "What Would You Do?" when John Quinones presented a conundrum that was near to my heart: should parents decide what sports their children play? Here was the scenario: a kid...
Author's Note :: The below is what has worked for me & my family. They are suggestions, but as always, please follow the instructions of your child's pediatrician for managing food allergies. We found out about our son's severe food allergies...
The journey to keeping our baby in her bed has been tough. She was a climber from the moment she could crawl and began climbing the couch before she could even walk. So naturally, trying to climb out of the crib...
Tonight Henry and I joined some of his school friends and their families for dinner at a local pizza place. Super casual and kid friendly, mind you. Well, when we eat out at casual places I usually let my...
Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by Children's Hospital. My oldest child is now 11 years old. I vividly remember the food-allergy challenges our family faced during my son’s preschool years. Times have changed, and the approach to infant feeding...

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