I Feel Fine, But Could I Be at Risk for Heart Disease?

I Feel Fine, But Could I Be at Risk for Heart Disease?

Blood pressure, diabetes and family history are a few well-known risk factors for heart disease, but some little-known risk factors can also threaten your heart. The scary part is you may not even be aware of them. Read More

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Mommy Me Time

Mommy Me Time

We all have our mommy to-do lists. After dropping off the kids, working a full day with deadlines that never end, picking up the kids, making dinner, doing homework, giving baths, reading stories before bed and doing housework, I am too tired to do anything for me. I just put on my pjs and go to sleep. I know that tomorrow will be the same as today. That’s why I realized that taking time for myself is necessary. Read More

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And We’re Back to Co-Sleeping

And We’re Back to Co-Sleeping

About a year ago, I wrote about transitioning my daughter into a “big girl bed.” At the end of the post, I wrote that she now sleeps in her bed in her own room by herself. Well…not anymore! Read More

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It’s Time to Transition to a Big Girl Bed

It’s Time to Transition to a Big Girl Bed

One day after my two-year-old daughter Collyns was “napping,” I found her in her hamper next to her crib. I realized it was time to transition her crib into a toddler bed. Read More

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How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

After finishing school, you think the all-nighters are over. But then you become a parent and realize staying up with a screaming child is a little different than staying up all night studying or staying out late at a party. Read More

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The Importance of Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

The Importance of Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

The actual number of hours of sleep we need varies from person-to-person and by age, but the overall average is between 7.5 to 8 hours of sleep. Getting enough sleep is important in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Read More

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Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Every parent has heard the stories of losing sleep and becoming a zombie for the first year of a child’s life. Well, my first year with Cohen was no different with endless, sleepless nights! Read More

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Back to School Sleep: Get Into a Routine

Back to School Sleep: Get Into a Routine

Summer fun usually means staying up later and waking up later. Now that school is about to start, it is time to start thinking about early start times, homework, and other activities. Read More

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