February Is Heart Health Month And coincidentally, I started having heart issues a few weeks ago. It all started with two cups of coffee…and a small soda (I know, bad choice); way more caffeine than what I usually have. Well, I started having palpitations, which is not unheard of, I’ve had palpitations before, usually during […]
Let me start by saying that I love everything having to do with sex. I love trying kinky stuff and talking dirty with my partner. I enjoy licking every part of him from head to toe – and he loves doing the same for me. I generally have multiple, mind-blowing orgasms with him, and it’s […]
I was at the bus stop waiting for my three elementary school kids to come strolling off the bus. While waiting, I was scrolling aimlessly through my Facebook feed. I suddenly stopped on a post with a comment about working from home, where the mom was lamenting that her family didn’t understand her working remotely, […]
My therapist first introduced me to meditation and mindfulness, and I’ll admit, I didn’t care much for it. She suggested an app and told me to try for a couple weeks. I didn’t really know what to expect. I downloaded the app, and then spent the next several nights listening to a man with a […]
Sleep training is the act of helping your baby learn good sleep habits and to sleep more independently. When you are sleep training a 6-month old, there are a few specific things to consider before you start. This article will discuss 5 things you should know before you begin sleep training your 6-month old. 1. […]
Inside: Creating preschool recycled crafts is not only fun, but it’s also a great way to reuse stuff you have in your home or classroom! You want to do crafts with your children, but you don’t want to once again search for materials for that activity. First of all, it takes your precious time to… […]
The best events in New York City for families for the weekend of February 23-24, 2019. The post Weekend Planner: Best Weekend Events For Families (February 23-24) appeared first on New York Family Magazine.
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Meet Hannah Haro Hey guys! (That’s a midwestern “guys”, not guys as in men… although I have learned to use y’all, I’m still a little partial to my native tongue.) I’m Hannah Haro, Doctor of physical therapy, wife, mom, Christian, renovator. I’ll discuss each of those a little in this post. Let’s begin with “mom” […]
Serve up a fresh glass of vitamin C, protein, and real fruit with this healthy Orange Julius recipe made from simple whole food ingredients. Just what is it about an Orange Julius? That sweet, cold, and frothy treat famous at malls and state fairs across America has a way of staying in your mind, even […]
Disclosure: our partners at Charlie Banana sponsored this post. It’s Never Too Late to Switch to Cloth Diapering When I was pregnant with twins, it totally altered the way I designed my registry, both for good and for bad. I eliminated much of the pricier gear and opted for hand me downs and second hand items instead. […]
Yay, Mama, you’re pregnant! Now what? I’ve had the exact same feeling that included confusion, nerves and feeling completely overwhelmed looking for pregnancy tips. A great first step is getting into a health + wellness routine that works for you and your baby. Working out during pregnancy can have so many wonderful benefits including cervical […]
Pregnancy is full of surprises, and a fair few affect your breasts. Welcome to the world of puffy nipples, leaks and much bigger bras…
Click here to read Interactive Musical Storytelling Activity for Busy Indoor Fun on Hands On As We Grow® Keep your kids busy and active indoors with a fun musical storytelling activity from Amber! I like to have a few simple activities in my back pocket for when my kids are feeling busy and loud, but […]
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Volunteering at your child’s school:: it’s one of those things we all tend to develop a deep sense of guilt about. And we are constantly asking ourselves questions like, am I helping enough? Could I help more? Or, I feel like I live at my child’s school. But they need me! How can I catch […]
Across the city of New Orleans, just before and all during, women (and men too) are breaking out the glitter. We are in prep mode for our parades across the city in Cleopatra, Muses, Nyx, King Arthur and more. Each parade has its signature throw, and it has been declared that it must be covered […]
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 habits rather than external cues. From my professional training, I understand that the “parent provides” and the “child decides.” In […]
This savory Cheesy Italian Sausage Pepper Quiche is gluten free, low carb and keto! Perfect for brunch or an easy meal any night of the week! Italian Style Quiche There’s just something about an All- in-One kind of meal. You know those meals that include your protein and veggies and all in a nice little […]
Jump into the pool of fun with these printable frog clothespin puppets. With 4 different frog desings and with a black and white verions of them too, there is hours of fun to be had playing with these. *this post contains affiliate links* If you ask the kids to name a few of their favorite […]