Yes, fevers are upsetting for parents, but here's the thing: They're not usually dangerous.
Parents shouldn't have to send their healthy kids to a classroom full of sick kids whose parents were too selfish to keep them home.
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She values being thin over everything else. That’s her own dysfunction and she has no right putting it onto my children.
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Smelly diapers are a thing of the past. But, now that my kids are older, there's new funk in my life.
#5. Get outdoors. It's a great way to burn off excess energy, get exercise, feel balanced, and stimulate creativity.
We talked to doctors to find out everything you need to know about your newborn's first medical test.
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A peditrician and mom breaks down the pros and cons of circumcision.
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#3: Ask specific questions. Broad questions like, "How was your day?" will often yield pretty blah responses like "good" or "fine."
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More often than not, I find that big shifts can be traced to a specific trigger.
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