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Miscarriage Aftercare: How to Take Care of Your Mind, Body, Spirit, and Your Family

There is no question that suffering a miscarriage is devastating, heartbreaking, and all-consuming. Depending on how far along the pregnancy was, the physical recovery itself can be complicated. However, the emotional effects of such a loss can be overwhelming and can leave us searching for a way back to ourselves. Whether you are an experienced […]

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ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care: Urgent Care for Vermont Families!

{Disclaimer: We are working with ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care to bring you this post, however, all opinions are our own!} When ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care contacted us about helping get the word out about what they offer Vermont families, I replied that we would love to help, but it would difficult to arrange since you can’t really plan […]

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Negative Body Comments: Things You Can’t Say In Front of My Daughter

My maternal grandmother lived with my mother, father, and me during most of my childhood. I remember her never being satisfied with her appearance and the stream of negative body comments she made about herself. She pointed out the sagging skin under her arms, her “ruined” stomach covered in stretch marks from carrying and giving […]

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How to find a Natural, Aluminum-Free Deodorant that Works

I was a loyal conventional deodorant/antiperspirant user for years but when I learned more about the harmful effects typical drugstore deodorants and antiperspirants can have on a woman’s body, I immediately started searching for a healthier alternative. Just how potentially harmful products we use daily from conventional cosmetics to hair and body care can also […]

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The Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and My Parenting Shortfalls

In June, I attended my son’s final Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meeting of the school year. G just completed his second of what will be three years of preschool. He has been on an IEP since he started preschool at the local elementary school. Therefore, this meeting wasn’t my first rodeo. However, unlike the previous meetings, […]

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