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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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How to Turn $50 Into a Responsible Toddler

I think we all can agree that household chores are the most tedious thing that we have to maintain. The more kids you have, the worse it feels. With each body, you have an extra basket of dirty clothes, more dishes, and overall just added chaos that will continue to grow until they inevitably leave […]

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You Can’t Make Me!

“YOU CAN’T MAKE ME!” It isn’t just something over-stimulated three-year-olds scream at their beleaguered mothers. If you’ve ever heard those words, or just experienced the dawning realization that your child has adopted this attitude, you know how frustrating it can be. The worst part? He’s right. You can’t make him. Before he could even talk, […]

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ABC’s of Kindergarten Readiness [Part Two]

With the new year comes the opportunity to restructure, reorganize, and rebuild. This isn’t just for cleaning house and fitness regiments, but yet holds true to early education as well.  In September, we discussed the need for “A”- acknowledgment. We spoke of the capability to consider state standards as well as noticing the child’s level […]

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