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It's dark outside. The weather looks ominous. Everyone has a cold. We're too busy. We're stressed. How can we say "Happy Thanksgiving" and mean it? Here are two great ways:
Yikes! Just saw the weather forecast for this week. Yes, it feels way too early to pull out the winter gear! But it's always less stressful and more fun when we're prepared for it. Now let's enjoy some fresh air and exercise!
It's that time of year again with all of it's mixed emotions. We hope everyone has a smooth transition back to the school-year routine and a school year filled with learning and growing.
Remember to get enough sleep and find some downtime as the year gets rolling!
Here are some links about back-to-school concerns you may want to check out or share!!
stopbullying.gov What Kids Can Do
P.S.: We'll send a Mail Chimp to let you know when Influenza Vaccines are available!
We know that deciding what's best for your family can be confusing. To help you sort it all out, here are parents' frequently asked questions from The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) about cow's milk alternatives. Read more...
Milk provides protein, fat, calcium and Vitamin D. So what are the alternatives if your child doesn't like it or can't have dairy?
This chart shows how milk alternatives differ in the amount of protein, fat, calories and iron they provide. You can also use the calcium RDAs chart and "Sources of Calcium" foods list below to make sure your child is getting enough.
Sources of Calcium
We all know that applying sunscreen to our infants, kids, teens and even ourselves is annoying and time consuming. But until scientists come up with a better way to protect us from sun damage, we offer these sites to make using sunscreen easier (and maybe even fun)!!
From Verywell Health: Choosing the Best Sunscreens for Kids and Infants
A clever, catchy video: How to Apply Suncreen: the #MimicMommydance