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Be Like a Girl + Infographic on Girls and Confidence #LikeAGirl

Why is the phrase “Like a Girl” a negative thing? I’m a girl and I’m proud of it. When kids are toddlers, they don’t know the difference between being a boy or a girl. One they learn which one they are, they are proud to be what they are. If you ask my 3 year… Read More »

ADHD Awareness Week is in October

October is ADHD Awareness Month and one week in October is ADHD Awareness Week each year. There is more to ADHD than just the hyperactivity aspect and symptoms can show in different ways. How much do you REALLY know about ADHD? ADHD Awareness Are You ADHD Aware? Are you SURE you know the symptoms and… Read More »

Boogie Wipes: For When The Germs Are Circling

Boogie Wipes are saline disposable wipes for cleaning snotty noses without the sting and redness. Between October and March it seems everyone, especially children, have runny noses. As spring approaches slowly, we hope for a time when nose wiping is minimal but for now, those germs are making their way around schools and groups of… Read More »

Children’s Fever: Should I Use Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen?

DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a medical professional however I am sharing what I learned from nurses who gave a talk about the subject. You should talk to your doctor before using this advice. I am not to be held responsible if you follow this advice and something happens. You agree to this if you read… Read More »

Children’s Eye Health–Interview with Optometrist

Do you have any questions about your child’s eye health? *image source At my school, in Kindergarten they send home notices recommending we get our children’s eyes checked and there are certain optometrists who will provide free glasses if your child needs them and is in Kindergarten. Last year my girls went to the eye… Read More »