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July 26, 2014

5 Ways to Teach Toddlers Good Dental Health Habits

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Orajel Kids. My toddler and I have a morning routine that we follow. In a house full of boys I'm not used to there being a little girl to mimic me and it's been a fun experiencing having, well, I'd say a mini-me but she's very much her own … [Read more...]

Naturepedic No-compromise Organic 2-in-1 Twin Mattress Review

Naturepedic twin mattress review

Disclosure: I received product to facilitate my review, however, all opinions are my own.  My home is never going to be featured in a magazine. We are real here and for us that means lots of little boy clutter and plenty of noise. I tried buying fancy comforters for my boys' beds once but they … [Read more...]

How to Create an Asthma-Friendly Bedroom

asthma-friendly bedroom

When my son was diagnosed with asthma we knew that we'd need to make some changes around our home to improve his health. One of the first places we needed to make changes was his bedroom. Kids spend up to 12 hours a day sleeping, depending on their age, so it makes sense that a child with asthma … [Read more...]

A Story of Childhood Asthma – Finally Some Answers

A Story of Childhood Asthma

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics more than 23 million Americans suffer from asthma with more than a quarter of those being children younger than 18 years old. My son is among those numbers and this month I’m sharing his story for the first time.  The first few years were rough but … [Read more...]

Anatomy for Kids: Simplifying “THE Talk”

Anatomy for Kids

  Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Anatomy for Kids, however all opinions are my own.  Having THE talk with your kids is not something most parents look forward to. It's awkward. It's hard to even know what to say. But it's an important conversation to have. I'm pretty open … [Read more...]