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4 Ways I’ll Say “No” September to December

The last 90 days of the year are ripe with traditions.  Glorious essentials like traipsing through the apple orchard, basking in a pumpkin patch, digging into a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, and heading to the mall for pictures with Santa.  Except this reverie is missing some key players: small children. These are all fall/winter events young … Continue reading 4 Ways I’ll Say “No” September to December

Simple Tips for Surviving Summer

Are you trapped in a summer heat wave? I get questions every week from families about sunscreen, sun care, swimming (especially for children with ear tubes or those who get swimmers ear), and particularly loads of questions on infants under 6 months. Let's break down common warm weather concerns and arm you with simple tips … Continue reading Simple Tips for Surviving Summer

Letting Go of Vacation Guilt

Confession:  I struggle going on vacation with my young children.  And by 'struggle' I mean 'I really don't like it'.  I would get an A for effort when it comes to the different adventures we've gone on, but I would rate each experience as a D.  Everything from The Atlantis in the Bahamas, Carnival Cruise … Continue reading Letting Go of Vacation Guilt

3 Steps to Surviving Graduation Weekend

Preschool and Kindergarten👩‍🎓, Middle School and High School 👨‍🎓. They've worked hard all year and they're ready to party hardy! Either you have a child in one of these categories (congrats!) or friends and family graduating, or both 😬, but no one is immune to the end of June stress that graduations can bring. Step … Continue reading 3 Steps to Surviving Graduation Weekend