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    Taking Control Over Your Breath

    Healthcare is a broken system. Kids with asthma are getting the same treatment today as their parents decades ago. Imagine a world in which diabetics didn’t have a blood glucose meter to manage their health. This is the world asthmatics live in today. Parents are left in the dust about their child’s health. What if […] More

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    12 Signs That You Are Ovulating

    Today I have Phil from Ovulation Calculator to share 12 signs that you are ovulating. If you are trying to conceive this is a great post for you to learn more about your body and your cycle and when you are most likely to conceive. Is it finally time to “do the deed” in hopes […] More

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    Teens and Dating Violence

    Today I have Jessica from CrimeWire to talk about a very difficult situation, dating violence. She was nice enough to share a little bit about her own personal experience with dating violence as a teen and a great infographic to show you just how important it is to talk to your teens about this difficult […] More

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    Surviving the Holidays with Kids

    The holidays are here and that means gatherings and parties with family and friends. We never want your kids to be grumpy for special occasions, especially ones that involve the family and friends. But, once you have kids this time of year can be even more stressful there because are so many events going on […] More

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    Did You Know $5 Could Save 2 Lives Through CleanBirth.org?

    Those of you who have been following my blog for any amount of time know that I only promote things that I believe in. Well, today I have Kristyn from CleanBirth.org, a non-profit which supplies pregnant women in Laos with birthing supplies that prevent maternal and infant death. As a labor and delivery nurse I know […] More

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    Tackle Your Teen’s Messy Room

    Adolescence is a difficult age and most parents have a lot of problems with their teenagers during it. Teens regard their room as their personal space and shelter from the outside world. They pile it with items and make it messy or decorate it in a way which may seem extravagant. Teenagers express themselves with […] More

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    Spooktacular Safety Tips For Halloween!

    Amy-Rose Lane was nice enough to share a wonderful infographic about Halloween Safety with us today. I know I haven’t been posting since I am revamping my blog, but I felt it necessary to share this with you today to help you keep your kids safe while Trick-or-Treating. I remember when I was little, my […] More

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    Smart hacks for cleaning toys

    Many nurseries are usually stuffed with piles of toys and this is not a bit surprising. Each time you enter the mall, you end up buying another Barbie doll, teddy bear or toy truck. For a few days your child is thrilled with the latest addition to their toy collection but after a short while […] More

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    New parenting survey proves that setting chores makes kids more academically competent and responsible

    Wednesday 26th August 2015 – Over 5000 parents from across the US and UK participated, providing insights into the chore habits of families to help shed some light on the ever controversial chore debate. The survey, conducted by two startups, family focused ‘Funifi’ and mobile survey platform ‘Pollfish’, foregrounds the findings, which favour the academic […] More

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