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Early Bird Nightmares: Coping With Kids and Daylight Savings Time

Back before you were a parent, the end of daylight savings was a welcome relief to pitch black mornings. An extra hour of sleep is more valuable than gold, especially post parenthood. Enter Sweet Bundle of Joy who doesn’t share your affinity of snoozing and also has a set, circadian rhythm that doesn’t magically readjust …

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Review: Mommy’s Bliss Sweet Slumber Line

  About Mommy’s Bliss (from their website) “The mom behind Mommy’s Bliss® is named Roshan, and she is my mom. She founded our family’s company in 1999, after raising three kids and working as a registered nurse, lactation consultant, doula and midwife. Her dedication to family health inspires our promise: to promote natural health through …

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5 Practical Tips for Adopting a Dog

Get a full veterinary assessment in the first few days. Shelters and rescue groups work hard to ensure that all puppies and dogs are healthy before they are adopted. However, because the dogs have been in a shelter environment, it is possible that something may have been overlooked. Take your new dog to your trusted …

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Tulip Treasure {Teacher Appreciation}

I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s Sunflower Sentiments Teacher Appreciation Gift, because we’ve got another fun flower-themed gift for you today!  Today’s project is called Tulip Treasures and it’s got a fun pocket in the back to stick a little gift into.  How fun! Let’s get started! What You Need: Free Tulip Treasures Printable Template Scrapbook or Patterned …

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Nutrition for your Eyesight

The news that good nutrition can positively affect your health and can help prevent certain diseases is nothing new. However, the inclusion of eye health in considerations of general health is a notion that has lagged behind in the public consciousness. Not only is vision a critical part of the senses that most people rely …

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