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How High is Too High? A Guide to Kids’ Fevers (2020 Update)

Throughout your child’s life, one of the most common and worrisome issues that can come up is a fever. You know how the signs begin: chills, a warmer body, and flushed cheeks; but what does your child’s fever mean? No matter how well or badly your child is feeling, a fever can be a sign that something isn’t quite right. When a fever comes around, that means your child’s body is reacting to an infection or virus; a fever is a sign that your child’s body... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Wednesday, March 4, 2020
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Guide to Creating a Birth Plan: Labor & Delivery

Creating a Birth Plan Giving birth is a momentous day for mom, dad, and many other loved ones. The day you give birth can be both incredibly special and incredibly overwhelming, but planning ahead and expecting the unexpected can help prepare you and your little one. There are a multitude of things to consider before the day you give birth, and creating a birth plan can help bring some peace of mind knowing what to expect in a situation which you cannot fully control.  ... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Monday, August 19, 2019
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Does My Child Have Acid Reflux?

Treating Acid Reflux in Babies How do you know if your child has acid reflux? What do I do when my child has acid reflux? These are all common questions we hear from parents who are concerned about the possibility of acid reflux and other gastrointestinal problems. Here’s what you need to know about acid reflux, its causes, and its symptoms. Signs and Symptoms of Acid Reflux in Infants and Children Acid reflux in adults is not necessarily hard to diagnose. We know... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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My Child Won’t Eat: 5 Tips for Getting Kids Interested in Nutrition

How do I get my child to eat? If you’re having trouble getting your child to eat, you’re not alone. Many parents have picky eaters on their hands. In addition to making mealtimes more difficult, it’s also natural to wonder whether or not your child is getting the right amount of nutrition for proper growth and development. The good news is that, while most children are picky eaters, there are things parents can do to help make healthy meals more appealing for kids. Here... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Monday, April 22, 2019
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10 Essentials for New Moms + 10 Things You Really Need in Your Hospital Bag

What do you really need for a new baby? Pregnancy can be a beautiful and wonderful time for new parents, but it can also be overwhelming, especially when you consider the amount of information online about the newest tech and gadgets you absolutely need for your newborn. Here’s the good news: the list of things you actually need is much shorter than the lists published by retailers who are hoping you’ll buy their products. 10 Newborn Essentials for New and Expecting... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Monday, March 25, 2019
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