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You want a sun-drenched vacation in paradise. The kids want a  fun-filled getaway geared to them. Who says you can’t have it all? It’s not always easy to find the perfect spot where you can enjoy a nice mix of adult and family time. The Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa (the largest full-service...
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I am not one for putting pumpkin in everything I make, but these pumpkin butternut pancakes can make even the pickiest of eaters enjoy veggies for breakfast. In general, I stay away from brown sugar and chocolate chips in breakfast dishes, but I felt like it was ok considering how many total nutrients are in...
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You just welcomed your new bundle of joy and maybe now you’re wondering when, or how, to get back into exercise. As a postnatal exercise specialist, I’d like to share a few early postpartum exercise tips. Be Patient Your body just created a perfect human being and may also be providing food for that human....
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Moms Helping Moms Diaper Drive Saturday, September 2 Walmart on Lakeshore 7:00 AM – Noon Shelters housing families affected by the flooding from Hurricane Harvey are receiving many items including clothes, water, and food. Most agree that the best way to help is to send cash to a reputable organization so that exactly what is...
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For many parents, trying to find a great babysitter is no simple task. But with today’s technology, it’s getting a whole lot easier. Recent years have seen the launch of apps dedicated to connecting parents with caregivers. Though the details of each app differ, the premises are similar: Parents download the app, browse the pre-vetted...
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During pregnancy, it can be quite challenging to take care of yourself. With all the symptoms raging and not much relief in sight, it’s hard not to get discouraged. Nausea, heartburn, mood swings, dietary needs, body aches and pains, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and baby prep can be really overwhelming.  This of course in addition to...
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My Journey Years ago when I identified that I was experiencing postpartum anxiety and depression, I was elated when I finally found release from the darkness and sadness I had experienced. Therapy and medication provided an almost immediate relief for me. But as time goes on and the months and years pass I find myself...
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My daughter is two years old and since she was a baby she’s spent many nights at her grandparent’s house. When she was smaller, it was easy for her to sleep in the extra pack and play they have. It’s becoming a very tight squeeze in present time. She has grown significantly and can climb...
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For parents who want to keep the gender of their child a surprise until birth we have a gender neutral baby shower option. This bee themed shower idea features cute accessories such as a striped “Bee Hive” lemonade dispenser, a bee themed cake, beautiful yellow and white flowers, honey comb baby snacks and much more. Parents...
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Pickles and Ice Cream is a new baby shower theme idea that will be featured at the 2017 Birmingham Babypalooza. This is another neutral idea for parents who want to keep the gender of their child unknown until birth. The decorations for this theme include pickle jars, green and cream napkins, mini cups of ice...
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