I reached out to Baby Alert International following yet another report of an unnecessary death of a child left in a hot sweltering vehicle. I had come across The Childminder SoftClip System while reading a review on anther website. My family lives in Miami and it is hot 365 (okay maybe we get 3 cold days) days out of the year.
You might recall a while back I posted an article related to children being addicted to technology. That post stemmed from hearing a mama ask a question during a panel at a conference I had attended. I was so enraged by her question I couldn’t keep my big mouth shut. It is so important that we do not allow our children to become so obsessed with technology that they fail to learn what life is really all about- nature, learning, socializing.
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The holidays are a very joyful time of the year. But with them comes the colder weather. Yes, even in Miami. And with the colder weather comes colds, sneezing, sniffling, coughing, and germs, making colds inescapable as they pass from family member to family member.
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High school and college can be tough. Having acne through those years doesn’t make it any easier. While it’s not the worst thing in the world, it definitely isn’t something anyone wants their children to have to deal with. Nor is it something that any teen wants to have to live with.
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When I was pregnant with Preemie the furthest thing from my mind was premature birth. I had successfully carried two previous pregnancies to term and beyond. Why would this one be any different right?
WRONG! I was so very wrong. As I’ve told you in my earlier post, The Preemie in the Making, while attending a conference I noticed some clotting.