I am reading a book right now called Restoring Hope by Brenda Youngerman.
It starts out with the birth of a set of twins. Boy/Girl. I immediately
thought of my own twinners. Identical boys. Fun wrapped in dirt as I
like to call them. But as you…
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If you’re age 35 or older and thinking about having a baby, you’re part of a trend. Between 1990 and 2003, the number of births to women ages 35 to 39 increased 47 percent, while the actual number of women in this age group rose only 7 percent, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
Studies show that most women who have children when they’re between ages 35 and 45 have healthy pregnancies and deliver healthy babies.
“I gave birth at ages 35 and 37, and it was a…Continue
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From a baby’s first car ride home through their first day of kindergarten and beyond into years of extracurricular activities and play dates, car seat safety should be…Continue
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When packing healthy lunches for your school-age children, remember your ABCs.
A good guideline for packing nutrition into your child's school lunch is to have a source of vitamin A, a source of the B vitamins, and a good source of both vitamin C and calcium, according to experts at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Here are the ABCs of packing healthy lunches:
For vitamin A, provide a half-cup of a deep yellow or deep orange…Continue
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