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Military Mamas With Partners On Deployment At Higher Risk For Postpartum Depression

As researchers are always looking at postpartum depression and risk factors in an effort to better understand and treat new mothers, new information suggests that for the partners of military service members, postpartum depression may be more prevalent. The international study was published in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps and suggest that […]

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The Best Pregnancy Books of 2018 | Mother Rising

2018 was a good year for pregnancy books!  If you’re interested in pregnancy (or find yourself pregnant… squee!) AND love to read, you’re going to love this to-do book list.  The best pregnancy books of 2018 are a solid pick that will encourage you towards a healthy pregnancy, natural childbirth, and happy postpartum. The Best Pregnancy […]

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How To Make Homemade Baby Food: Baby Cereal

When it comes to starting solids, many moms like to begin with baby cereals, and for good reason — their smooth texture and bland taste make them great first foods. But store bought baby cereal, while convenient, isn’t exactly cheap. Standard infant cereals cost around $.40 cents per ounce, and if you want organic, be […]

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Groundhog Day Activities for Preschool

Groundhog Day on February 2 can be a fun way to talk about seasons or hibernation. Your children may want to know more about groundhogs or explore science with light and shadows. These activities can get you started on a fun groundhog theme for winter. Groundhog and Shadow Activities Body Shadows (Pre-K Pages) Animal Silhouettes […]

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3 Things That Cause Thrush in Children

Thrush is a common symptom of an overgrowth of Candida Albicans and you would most commonly see it as oral thrush. It’s generally a white, foamy buildup on the surface of the tongue that can seem a little bit scary at first, especially if you see it in your children. It can also affect other […]

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Feeding Solid Foods To A Baby With Reflux: 5 Tips

Reflux: it’s a problem that affects many babies (up to 50% of babies age 0-3 months!) And if your baby has ever struggled with reflux, you know how hard it can be — the gas, the vomiting, the constant fussiness. Since reflux is a digestive issue, introducing solid foods to your baby will definitely have […]

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