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Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Children’s Dentist

**This post has been sponsored by Children’s Dental & Orthodontics** Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Children’s Dentist You want your child to be healthy from head to toe, which means that regular dental visits should be part of your family’s routine. These visits are more than just a chance for your little one to […]

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Cooper Fitness Wants you to Give a Tri a Try this {Spring}

**This post has been sponsored by Cooper Fitness to bring you this experience.**   Triathlon training is gaining popularity in the realm of youth sports. Even as team sports are becoming more competitive and demanding, triathlon training allows kids at any age and ability level to participate and reap both physical and emotional benefits. The […]

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Musso Family Dentistry :: The connection between my child’s sleep – their airway and how a dentist has the solution

**This post has been sponsored by Musso Family Dentistry to bring you this experience.  All opinions are 100% our own!** Musso Family Dentistry believes in the strong connection between oral health and overall health.  They may just have the right system to help your kids overcome certain challenges in school or not-so-great habits at home […]

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diastasis recti

Diastasis Recti and the 3 Things I Had to {Re-learn}

I feel like I’ve been in “recovery” from my first pregnancy for three years. Pregnancy can definitely take a toll on a woman’s body. I knew it would be important to take it easy after delivering my sweeet baby boy, but I also wanted to show I could “bounce back” and get back into shape […]

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To Do :: First Orthodontic Exam No Later Than {Age 7}

All of my kids started their orthodontic treatment in early elementary school.  Two of the three were already in braces by first grade, and all three had already had their phase one of treatment started, primarily the palatal expander, done before they hit double digits.  I didn’t know at the time that the American Association […]

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{Surviving} Hyperemesis Gravidarum in Pregnancy

Apparently my mom told me stories of her “difficult” pregnancies before I was expecting my first, but I don’t remember that at all. Mom was really sick, and lost a lot of weight, and couldn’t keep working. I have a new appreciation for her pain now that I have (barely) survived hyperemesis gravidarum during all three […]

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Help with Health Insurance

Ah, November. The weather is chilly, the football is weekly, the leaves are pretty. But November isn’t just the month of light sweaters and the kick off to the season of festive gatherings. November is also the month when Open Enrollment for Health Insurance begins. And nothing says “good times” like scouring through pages of […]

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