Attention all mothers: we know how busy you are – between being a multitasker, supporter, and a shoulder to cry on, being a mother takes a lot of hard work, stamina, and energy. Today, we put together a few, simple items with you in mind. Yes, mama: you and only you. The following products are key for any woman to keep in their bathroom. They are all highly demanded and for … [Read more...]
Keeping kids healthy is a full-time job! Between illnesses, childhood obesity, and just making sure they get enough activity each day, you have your hands full. We're here to help! Check out our extensive section on combating childhood obesity, tips for keeping your kids healthy all year long, and information on growth and development.
As I'm sure you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this very important month, I'm sharing a few ways that you can help a friend or loved one cope with a diagnosis of breast cancer. While this type of cancer has touched my life only in an "on the outskirts" sort of way (I had a friend who dealt with it, as well as a distant relative), unfortunately, I am … [Read more...]
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of BioPron. The opinions and text are all mine. Have you ever given much thought to the benefits of probiotics? I’ll have to admit that I really didn’t up until recently. I’ve heard of them, even used them, but never really delved into the “why” of it all. I just knew that they were supposed to be good for your gut … [Read more...]
How do you soothe chickenpox in a baby? That's a tough one, isn't it? It's hard to see any of our kids uncomfortable, but when it's your infant or toddler who doesn't understand why they feel miserable, it's even more heartwrenching! One of our readers recently shared that her 8-month-old was diagnosed by their pediatrician with the chickenpox, and she is looking for tips to … [Read more...]
Fall is supposed to be all about back-to-school learning, fun and exploring new things, right? I remember as a kid, I would climb trees, build forts out of golden leaves and roam the forest near my house after school. I tried not to let the end of summer break get me down! Now that I’m a mom, I want to make sure my son has the same experience. I won’t let anything interfere … [Read more...]