Two Under Two

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Two Under Two The nursery is complete, newborn clothes are washed and a very uncomfortable mama is ready to pop! The three-week countdown to baby boy has officially begun! What an adventure I am about...

Celebrating National Nutrition Month: Say No to Juice

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Celebrating National Nutrition Month: Say No to Juice March is National Nutrition Month! The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created this campaign to bring awareness and education to nutrition. This campaign promotes educating ourselves about...

Ultimate Guide To Mommy & Me Activities In Austin

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As a mom to a 2-year-old, I’m always on the lookout for activities my child and I can do together that will engage her and give me some social time with other parents. And...

What Gardening with My Child Has Taught Me About Love, Nature and the Little...

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What Gardening with My Child Has Taught Me About Love, Nature and the Little Things I love gardening. I always have and as a nod to National Plant a Flower Day I spent time out...

Pfeiffer Syndrome Awareness Month

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Pfeiffer Syndrome Awareness Month My son is one in 100,000 babies born with Pfeiffer syndrome. Due to his syndrome, he has complex medical needs and a facial difference. Since March is Pfeiffer Syndrome Awareness Month,...

Five Things To Remember When Your Kid Behaves Badly

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Five Things To Remember When Your Kid Behaves Badly You’re waiting in line to check out with your one item. It’s a quick errand that you decided to squeeze in right before lunch. The mom in...

Bedtime Transitions With A Toddler: Should We Co-Sleep?

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Bedtime Transitions With A Toddler: Should We Co-Sleep? I was never a co-sleeper when my son was born. He spent the first 4 months of his life sleeping in a bassinet and pack-n-play next to my...

Happy To Go Without Grains

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Happy To Go Without Grains February 21st is National Grain Free Day. This is a pretty big deal in our family since I follow a ketogenic diet and my entire family eats a lower-carb, high-fat...

Raising An Intuitive Eater

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Raising An Intuitive Eater As a mom and a therapist who specializes in helping those with disordered eating reconnect to eating intuitively, I know the importance of letting a child’s internal cues guide their eating...

Children And Food Allergies: The Hard Facts

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Children And Food Allergies: The Hard Facts 1 in every 13 children have food allergies. That’s 5.9 million children. And in just over a decade, the prevalence of food allergies in children has increased by...