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    R is for Reward Box Review

    Many times as parents we have to come up with ways to reward our kids for good behavior. Many times we resort to sticker charts, and that means every time we run out of stickers we have to buy more. It doesn’t seem like much, but before you know it you have a ton of […] More

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    Q is for Quotes: My Favorite Quotes

    Everyone has a favorite quote or quotes. Many times these quotes are something that stick with you because have a significant meaning in your life. For me, I have a collection of quotes that I love and that speak significant meaning in my life. I thought I would take this chance to share those quotes […] More

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    P is for Peanut Allergy

    If you have read around my blog, you know that I have talked about food allergies in the past, more specifically, my daughter’s milk allergy. When I was making out my editorial calendar for April and came across “P” for the challenge, I thought what better topic than peanut allergy? Peanut allergy is the most […] More

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    O is for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    It’s Monday, so I am back at it for the A to Z Challenge, thankfully I am over halfway done! Today I decided to talk to you about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD. I joke all the time that I have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder because I am so picky about where things go and how […] More

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    N is for Night Terrors

    Many people are familiar with nightmares or bad dreams, but night terrors are a completely different thing. My brother used to start screaming in the middle of the night for no reason. He would sit straight up in his bed and scream “GET OFF ME, LEAVE ME ALONE!!” and it would scare the heck out […] More

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    L is for Love

    This post is a little different than my usual posts, but I was struggling to come up with something for “L” for the A to Z Challenge and I didn’t want to only do medical conditions and such for the whole month. I thought that love would be a fitting topic because it fits in […] More

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    J is for Juvenile Diabetes

    Juvenile diabetes, also known as type 1 diabetes, is a condition in which the pancreas makes little or no insulin, which is a hormone needed to help process sugar into energy. It usually occurs during childhood or adolescence, but has been known to begin in adults. There is currently no cure for type 1 diabetes, though there […] More

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    I is for Infertility

    If you are new here you may not know that I cover a lot of difficult subjects. This is no exception. Infertility is often something that many people don’t think about, but I have been thinking about it a lot lately, not because of my own issues, but because of friends who have struggled with […] More

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