A Gigantic Fear of Mine (Journalwithme#6)

There are plenty of terrifying things in this world to be rationally afraid of. I'm talking about murderers, stalkers, animal attacks, drowning - you get the gist of it. This week's question talks about irrational fears. I'm talking about the ones where someone may roll their eyes at you when you tell them what your …

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Constipation in Babies and Toddlers: What I Did, What Worked and What Didn’t.

Note - I am not a doctor. I am not a licensed nutritionist. All of these opinions are my own, and you should always consult a physician if you need medical advice for your child. My daughter has chronic constipation. It began once she started solid foods as a six month old infant. My daughter …

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Infant Hip Dysplasia: My Journey as a New Mother Dealing with a Medical Crisis

The article was edited for length and/or clarity. Pregnancy is a wonderful thing to experience. It’s growing a human being, a little mini you that shares your characteristics and those of your partner. Pregnancy is an adventure. It’s unpredictable, and can throw everyone it affects through a loop. More often than not, women go into …

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