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Sick Again

And take 2. V is sick again. He started showing symptoms a few days ago, little sniffles, rubbing his nose and face. S and I being in denial that he could possibly ever get sick again kept brushing it off as allergies or teething. 185 more words

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Autism: Signals

Last week we spoke about Autism Spectrum Disorder, describing what it was and giving a basic understanding.  This week we offer a new animation outlining some of the telltale signals in children at an early age with ASD.   22 more words

Infant Care

Scientists: 'Helicopter Parenting' Leads To Overweight Kids

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Scientist say parental fears could be making kids fat. For the first time, researchers say they can prove that ‘helicopter parenting’ – adults who micromanage their child’s every move – may be contributing to the childhood obesity epidemic. 440 more words

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The greatest call to the pediatrician ever. In history. I promise.

It was not so long ago that I wrote all about my experience and evolution as a mother, and how I have learned so much in just four and a half years. 424 more words

Mommyhood

Peanuts, Fish and Teeth this week.

Another week has raced by and we are looking toward Saturday, when mom will be back again.

This week had a few important milestones for us. 399 more words

Family

Dr. Oz: Are pesticides in fruits and veggies making our kids dumb?

By Card Cruz

Eating fruits and vegetables with higher pesticides level residues may cause health risks to children, which may affect the brain noting that they are vulnerable at the critical moment of growth of young age. 307 more words

On Yearly Check-ups (40)

Like many people, I have a slew of yearly appointments to attend when the middle of the summer rolls around.  Though most are somewhat nerve-wracking (at least the anticipation), they’re actually great reminders of what has happened over the course of one year. 117 more words