Here is one of my favorite videos that I recommend often….. This is great for your little one who is fidgety, having a hard time sitting still, trouble concentrating, and possibly bed wetting . There is a reflex we are born with called the galant reflex. It happens normally as
There’s Something Going Around It’s that time of year again, when you can hardly get through the day without somebody saying that “there’s something going around,” whether it’s “the flu,” a “stomach bug,” or some other virus, including the most recent virus to make the news, the coronavirus. It’s interesting
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Fall is finally in full swing and the leaves are looking beautiful! With the change in season comes the returning threat of “seasonal” illnesses like colds and the flu. Have you ever wondered why there is such a thing as “seasonal” illness? Why would viruses and bacteria only come around during the fall and winter months? They don’t – this is a MYTH!
Taking care of sick children can be a rather challenging aspect of being a parent. Waking up in the middle of the night to the sounds of your child’s cough, feeling your child’s feverish body against yours, and cleaning up vomit is something you may be familiar with. We all knew there would be times like this in our parenting experience. It’s inevitable that kids get sick. It’s a necessary part of growing up, a normal part of childhood.
The general belief is that kids “catch” colds and flu from viruses that are circulating in the air or passed from others. Many people talk about a cold or flu “going around” as if it were making the rounds infecting every child in its path. The reality is that out of all the children exposed to the virus, only a portion of these children will get sick to some degree and others will not succumb to the disease at all. This is because viruses and bacteria are not the sole cause of disease.
What exactly IS a Doula?
A doula is someone who provides physical support, emotional support, and educational support to women from pregnancy, up through delivery of their new little one! Doula is Greek for “female helper”. Want to learn more about the benefits of a doula and how they may be of help to you? Check out this article below from the American Pregnancy Association!
Sharing great times and making everlasting family memories doesn’t have to cost a fortune! Simply getting together with no distractions is the first step to having fun together and making these great memories. Read on to see our favorite budget friendly family activities!
Here are a few simple tips to help you improve your posture and the effects of bad posture on your health!
Check out these summer health tips for the whole family….