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  • What You Need To Know About Sunscreen Before You Buy

    The Environmental Working Group releases the best and worst sunscreens at the start of summer each year. It is covered in every blog, everywhere… But there is something else that needs discussed this summer.  If you take the time to read the EWG.org page, you will discover that researchers have figured out that sunscreen is not preventing against the significant rise in skin cancer.   It is reported that sunscreen is only a step in helping the skin stay healthy, and depending solely on it is a big mistake. Continue reading

  • Holiday Weekends and the Overstimulated Toddler

    Holy hell; what just blew through? The toddler tantrums from I don’t know where…

    Oh, Hello Tuesday-After-The-Long-Holiday-Weekend. You greet us with all of your reality and glory, expecting us to jump back into the swing of life as if we didn’t just indulge in the excuses of holidays to forgo real life for three days. Not only did we indulge in it all, but we stupidly allowed the children to follow suite. What’s a few scoops of rainbow colored ice-cream? Sure, you can have that sixth cookie. Bedtime? That doesn’t exist on holiday weekends. Continue reading

  • Detergents Linked to Allergies and Cancer: What are you washing your baby’s clothes with?

    Laundry detergent seems to be one of those products you find a coupon for and throw in your cart every few weeks without thinking. There are so many options now, and it’s just soap right? I mean, it does its job to clean the clothes – no afterthoughts needed.
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  • 18 Week Fetus Yawns in Utero!

    Look at this yawn! Continue reading

  • Dirty Feet All Summer Long!

    Lose those ridiculously expensive toddler shoes; the sun is finally here to stay (for a few months at least)! With no risk of tiny toes turning into popsicles, it’s time to let the piggies be free! Continue reading

  • No Bath For Newborns

    The joy of life is a beautiful miracle – covered in a creamy, goopy sticky or slippery substance, known as vernix.  When most new parents-to-be watch birth videos and envision their own labor, typically they assume hair and makeup will be done and their baby will be bathed and swaddled before being gently placed in their arms. Welcome to the Twilight Zone. Continue reading

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