When I had my daughter, most of my social interaction was all about her. I joined postnatal groups, went to mommy and me classes and work went to the back burner. Then the pandemic hit. Even though she was...
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When I was a kid, I used to roll my eyes at some of my mom's sayings. She'd say things like, “Go as the way opens” or “there are many paths up a mountain” or “head, heart, hands.” I’d...
When parents welcomed a new baby into the family in 2019, they probably had a baby shower. They went to childbirth and maybe breastfeeding classes. After the baby arrived, they introduced them to family and friends in the first...
We are tired. And it's written all over our faces. All the gratitude journals, the "girl you got this" mantras and positive energy are KEY. Over and over. Just trying to get our positive emotional energy going during this anxious...
What a time to be a parent! Use this list to both enjoy and maximize your fall. We have got to survive back to school this fall! The more I've been a parent, the more I realize how much...
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Dropping my children off at school feels heavy these days. Their safety is always my priority and this year feels especially hard. The other day, as my masked daughter leapt from our car to get her temperature taken, I...
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and therefore pediatricians, had a clear message on screen time: Less is more. None for babies, an hour or less for toddlers through kindergarteners, and two hours or...

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When I had my daughter, most of my social interaction was all about her. I joined postnatal groups, went to mommy and me classes...