Baby Proofing the Home for Toddlers 1-3

Once the child is on the move, seemingly non-stop, making your home safe for the baby is almost a daily chore.  While there were safety measures you probably had implemented earlier in your child’s life, there are some additional steps to be sure the home is safe for the mobile toddler, on the move.
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Erasing the Stigma of Adoption

The biggest insult my brother could give me when I was growing up was to shout, “You’re adopted!” It wasn’t true, and I knew that. My parents were my biological parents, and my brother, like it or not, was my biological sibling. So why did it bother me so much when he’d say things like that?
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Reconnect with Your Family: Serving Real Food at Dinnertime

It seems like parents these days are overworked, have too many responsibilities, and so little time on their hands that the best they can do for their kids at dinnertime is to throw a plate of breaded chicken nuggets in the microwave. Sadly, this hardly qualifies as a nutritious dinner. While the advertisements shown on television claim that their products are healthy, things like processed chicken nuggets pressed and formed into “fun animal and dinosaur shapes” contain more chemicals than our bodies know what to do with. What could be worse for a growing child’s body? Not only that, but dinnertime used to be the time when the family would be together as a unit, have conversations, and reconnect.
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