Are We Really a Nation of Wimps?

An article from Psychology Today, entitled  A Nation of Wimps is making the rounds on several social media sites and being a new parent, I figured it was worth reading to understand the reasoning behind the title. The article, which was originally written in 2004, certainly makes some valid points regarding the social effects on children of […]

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Tips on How to Choose a Pediatrician

When deciding on a pediatrician for your child, there are a number of factors to take into consideration. First and foremost, do some initial research or ask for recommendations from local family and friends to see what options are available, in doing so, you might find there is only one pediatrician within a reasonable distance […]

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Hospital Bag Must Haves

As I was preparing for the birth of my first child, I was scouring the internet/books to find the ‘must have’ items to pack in my hospital bag. Not surprisingly, if I had included everything, I would have packed three suitcases. Below is a list of top items to include (in no particular order), a […]

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Welcome Baby!

Welcome Alexa Riley! After a two-month hiatus (you try having a newborn!), I’m happy to share that our little girl joined the world on January 30that 1:13pm, weighing in at 7lbs and 13 oz. She is a beautiful, sweet little baby and my husband and I could not be happier.  I must admit, labor was […]

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