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Many years of my childhood were filled with some sort of orthodontic work. I began with head gear which led to braces and eventually retainers on the top and bottom. I remember hating to get the impressions made of my teeth because I would gag and feel like I was choking every time. I hated getting my braces tightened because my entire mouth would just ache. And I really didn’t like the overall feel of having so much metal in my mouth which led to irritation and sores. Plus they don’t look all that cute. I’m gonna be brave and … …..
I participated in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating. I am so excited that the warm weather has arrived and that summer break is right around the corner. Looking back on the school year I can’t believe how much knowledge my little five year old has been filled with while attending prekindergarten. She knows all of her letters in both uppercase and lowercase. Can write her name. Can count to about 40. Has learned about rhyming words. … …..
ASDs (Autism Spectrum Disorders) begin before the age of 3 and last throughout a person’s life, although symptoms may improve over time. Some children with an ASD show hints of future problems within the first few months of life. In others, symptoms might not show up until 24 months or later. Some children with an ASD seem to develop normally until around 18 to 24 months of age and then they stop gaining new skills, or they lose the skills they once had.
I really need to get better at taking vitamins… the only time I can ever seem to remember them is when I am pregnant. My parents however take vitamins on a daily basis and one of the supplements they take is fish oil. So the other day I asked why exactly they take the fish oil and my mom said mainly because of the heart health benefits. My dad has heart problems and the fish oil really helps. Well as I was browsing around online I stumbled upon something that is supposed to be even better than fish oil – … …..
Dilly and Sugar are the best thing that has ever happened to me. Being a mom was definitely my calling in life. But, and this is a big but, I am not happy with the destruction they have caused on my body. And yes it is literally destruction. There is fat where there shouldn’t be or rather where there wasn’t before having babies. There are stretch marks all over my thighs. My eyes have enormous bags under them. I have varicose veins. And please don’t get me started on what pregnancy and breastfeeding does to your boobs. Let’s just not … …..
I was given the opportunity to review a product from Eco-friendly Baby Products – EcoMom. This is a great website with tons of amazing eco-friendly products. Here is a little about the company (taken from the EcoMom website): Founded to address the connection between the health of our environment and the health of our children, EcoMom is committed to making eco-conscious living easy, affordable, and rewarding. By helping women begin to take better care of themselves and their families – with education, support, tools and products – we empower them to take the all important first steps toward a healthier, more … …..