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A Requiem for Grandma’s House

When I think of Grandma Lea, I think about her house.

Her home on Evelyn Drive was Shangri-La to a 7-year-old. She had the good cereal, cable TV and only

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Tips to Help Your Child with Sensory Integration Dysfunction Wear Winter Clothes

Are you struggling to get your child with sensory integration dysfunction to don all that wonderful winter clothing that will keep them warm and safe when playing outside? Learn tips for tackling the issues that may arise if your child resists winter clothes. ...
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Podcast Episode #18: Parent Panel — Family Traditions and Togetherness

Research shows that traditions are important in building strong family relationships between generations. Being a part of the special things our family does helps us to have that sense of belonging. In this episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner talks to two moms, who also happen to be sisters, about their family traditions. ...
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Reading Aloud: The Importance of a Bedtime Story

Did you know that reading aloud is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning? Reading aloud stimulates language development even before a child can talk. Find out other benefits associated with reading to your child, plus learn how one organization is working to eliminate the "word gap" that affects children whose families live at or below poverty level. ...
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This Holiday, Give the Gift  of Family Memories

Gone are the days of the Sears Wish Book, when kids carefully inspected every page, preparing their holiday lists. read more

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A Pregnancy Calendar without the Fruit Salad

The typical pregnancy calendar includes 40ish week-by-week descriptions of pregnancy and birth: how a fetus is growing, what new symptoms you can expect, and checklists of what you can do

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Time: the Most Priceless Gift you can Give

Spending time with loved ones and reflecting on all that has gone right is a precious gift. Too many people feel afraid, unloved and alone, especially during the holidays. One

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Don’t Worry if Your Baby Doesn’t Sleep Through the Night, Suggests Study

A December 2018 study in the American Academy of Pediatrics found a large percentage of developmentally normal, healthy babies do not reach the milestone of sleeping through the night by age six months or even one year. Researchers also examined whether infants who woke up at night were more likely to have problems with cognitive, language or motor development. ...
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What is Postpartum Anxiety?

Did you know postpartum anxiety is more common than postpartum depression? We shed some light on this important issue and answer questions, including what postpartum anxiety looks like, how often it takes place and how a new mom can seek help. ...
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Dear New Mom: It’s Okay

Dear New Mom,

It’s okay. It’s okay to have days where you cry for no reason. Where you don’t know what’s wrong and why you can’t control your emotions. It’s

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