Maybe the cure is to ask yourself: “Do you need it or want it?” Who am I kidding, that didn’t work for me.
Now with kids, I’m breaking every single promise to myself.
Researchers who’ve studied how to get boys to read say parents and teachers need to follow their interests.
Here you go, Internet, one of my unfine moments. Use it to not error as I did.
Of all the gifts that a parent wants to give their child is the opportunity to share all that the world has to offer.
I haven’t said a word to anyone. What do I do?
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… »