When breastfeeding no longer cuts it for your baby, it’s time to introduce him or her to solid foods. A quick walk through the commercial baby food aisle reveals hundreds of different options to feed your baby. But with dyes, chemicals and other non-organic ingredients in those pre-packaged foods, many moms are choosing to make […]
So, no one told me how impossibly cute and amazingly challenging introducing food can be! Our little Audrey has entered a new phase – solid food. Boy, oh boy.
Story from the Heart: Mom Works to Prevent Parents from Learning of Child’s Heart Problem from Coroner
The following post was originally published by the American Heart Association on blog.heart.org February is an important month in the fight against heart disease. In addition to its federal designation as American Heart Month, additional emphasis is placed on the tiniest patient: those with Congenital Heart Defects (babies born with heart problems). Kristine Brite-McCormick is […]
Well, well, well, we officially have a walker. Jr. took his first steps in the lobby of his pediatrician’s office of all places. It literally happened out of nowhere. Unfortunately since I wasn’t expecting it, I wasn’t able to get it on camera. He took four BIG ole steps, and then realized what he had […]
“Oh don’t worry that’s not poop.” I was telling my mom this after she thought my youngest, Callie, exploded out her diaper and had brown all over her hands and up her sleeves. No big deal to me, I figured she found some chocolate in her carseat and ate away while we were on our […]
It feels as though we are entering a stage with Audrey that every day there will be something new, something different and something exciting. We are out of the newborn, lie around and sleep most of the day stage, and we are moving into the “something needs to occupy her attention AT ALL TIMES” stage! […]
February is National Children’s Dental Month. Each year, the American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Developing good habits at an early age helps children get a good start on a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums, and it all starts with a […]
I am so over this winter weather. Gloomy, icy, cold…you can move on out. I’m a sunshine and blue skies kinda gal. In an effort to not go entirely stir crazy being cooped up at home with three 3-year olds, we try to get out of the house when we can. So I decided we […]
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. February is American Heart Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, but it is preventable and controllable. With a few quick changes […]
1 year old. My how the time is flown by. I can now say that my husband and I have a toddler. It has been amazing seeing him hit all of his milestones. Two of my favorite things that he does are when he waves bye bye and when he gives me kisses.