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My Baby Spits Up A Lot… Is This Normal?

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with Liberty Sharonville Pediatrics. We are thrilled to partner with them to bring our readers valuable children’s health tips and information.Is there anything more terrifying than when your baby spits up in copious amounts after feeding? It can be quite disconcerting, especially for first time parents, and […]

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Perinatal Stroke Awareness: My Daughter’s Story

In my final weeks of my pregnancy with my daughter, I knew something was wrong. Call it mother’s intuition if you will. My active baby drastically slowed, and her strong kicks became weak pokes. Despite these worries, there was no indication that anything was wrong with her. My water broke on my due date and a […]

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A First Period Kit for My Daughter

As you read this, my daughter is T-minus one month from turning eleven. Which is ONE SHORT YEAR from twelve, which is the average age for a girl to experience menarche, more commonly known as GETTING HER FIRST PERIOD. ACKKKK!!! Panic much? Who, me? Never. You can review my completely calm and non-panicked thought about […]

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Overcoming a Carsick Kid

I can count on my hands the number of times my oldest has gotten sick in his five years of life. While he has had his fair share of breathing emergencies as an asthmatic kid, we simply never had to deal with car vomit, crib vomit, vomit because I jumped in the air, vomit because […]

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Recess Before Lunch

I never thought of myself as a mom who would lead the charge for big change at our boys’ school, but this was exactly what I found myself doing in 2007. My big, new idea didn’t originate out of research or a glaring problem. It merely was born from the daily struggle when I picked […]

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Living with Diabetes: Myth vs. Reality

National Diabetes Month is observed each November in an effort to focus attention on diabetes and its impact on millions of Americans. When most people think of diabetes, they picture overweight, lazy people who carry around a bunch of needles with them.  However, having diabetes myself and knowing many others with the same condition, I can […]

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Cauliflower Comeback, by Whole Foods Market

This post is part of a sponsored partnership with Whole Foods Market, however we would not partner with a business we did not feel brought value to our readers. The Cincinnati Moms Blog team enjoys shopping at Whole Foods Market and loves sharing helpful ideas with our cauliflower-loving readers. Cauliflower Comeback! Why cauliflower is our […]

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