By Guest Blogger: Grace Clark Author Bio: A dental marketer at Michael G. Long DDS and a believer in holistic health, Grace Clark lives by the rule that health and happiness go hand in hand. She writes on various topics focusing on dental and oral hygiene, healthy living and holistic health. When she’s not working […]
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By Guest Blogger: Aaron Barriga Author Bio: Aaron Barriga is the online marketing manager for Insight Vision Center. With a knack for understanding medical procedures, and an interest in eye and vision health, Aaron loves to share what he knows and what he learns. He blogs to inform readers about the latest eye care technology […]
By Guest Blogger: Jenn Morrison Author Bio: Jenn is a blogger for Mommy Stroller, which focuses on helping parents figure out which stroller and baby gear they should get. The blog was started by Evelyn and her husband, Paul, who both decided to blog about baby gear after the overwhelming feeling they experienced when trying […]
By Guest Blogger: Alice Porter Author Bio: Alice is a freelance writer who recently interviewed a foster parent to try to get people to to consider fostering as an alternative to traditional parenting and also as an alternative career. An Insight Into the World of Fostering: Through the Eyes of a Foster Parent There are lots of […]
By Guest Blogger: Sarah Palmer Author Bio: Hi! My name is Sarah, founder of SarahsLovelyFamily. I love sharing tips and tricks I learned from raising my own family, helping parents like me raising healthy children while enjoying it. You can follow me on Twitter at @SarahsLovelyFam. Helpful Tips for Exercising While Breastfeeding It is a […]
Oral language development is a HUGE part of a child’s development! But the rate at which oral language develops is not merely about immersion and exposure. You can’t just turn a TV on or talk around babies in order for them to develop oral language, it’s all about being RESPONSIVE with interactions. In an amazing book […]
One of my favorite snacks in the whole world is homemade bread topped with homemade hummus, green olives, and fresh tomatoes from the garden. This hummus recipe is easy to make, super nutritious, and oh so very delicious! Ingredients 2 15 oz. Cans of Garbanzo Beans (drain and save the liquid) ½ Cup Tahini (make […]
When we were first married, my parents got my husband and I a grain grinder. Since I was so busy with teaching, my mom actually taught my husband her famous bread recipe. He was the main bread maker in the family until we had two kids and I became a stay at home mom. When […]
Learning the ABCs (letter names AND letter sounds) is the bedrock for learning how to read. While you can certainly do a lot with just YouTube videos and some homemade supplies, these are the resources that have helped our four children learn their ABCs really really well in a way that revolves around play. 1. […]
If you’re looking for some open ended apps that foster creativity and imagination, you’ve come to the right place! If you’re tired of games that are all about winning and losing, competition, and points, look no further! Yes, these are the games my children between the ages of 5-8 have enjoyed, but many of these are really […]
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