Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
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I don’t have the world’s best restraint. What do you recommend?
We also survived snowy road conditions and boring moments throughout the trip.
Tag Archives: allergies
The U.S. is seeing the highest rate of whooping cough in over 50 years.
I love being outdoors, but I didn’t treat my allergies and asthma until later in life. Read why.
Spring is in the air, as are allergies — and they’re getting worse.
My 15-month old daughter Gabriella’s nose won’t stop running. Solving a stubborn case of the sniffles has never been so trickier.
At first, I thought she had pink eye. Last week, she woke up with one eye swollen shut. Then her boogies turned from clear to a citrus green-color. Gross, I know. Now she has a hybrid sneeze-cough that makes her sound like an old man hacking every time she clears her throat.
I couldn’t tell if she had allergies or a lingering cold.
That’s why I’m excited Dr. Colleen Hanna-Slagle, a pediatrics physician at OneWorld Community Health Centers in Omaha, wrote a guest blog to help parents decipher when their child has allergies.
(Click the headline to read more.)
Snot. It’s gross, icky, sometimes lime green and sticky. Whether it’s caked-on or dripping out, it makes me want to gag — yuck. Now that I’m a mom, I’m usually covered in the slimy stuff. It’s probably my fault. Instead… »