Do you know someone affected by autism?I do and I’ve seen the struggles first hand. The struggles to get proper care, proper schooling, and even the struggle to be understood and accepted. Why am I supporting the cause? Because it’s important, because it affects people I know and love, because not enough is known yet. It’s highly likely that you know someone with autism too. With your help and support we can help increase understanding and acceptance of autism.
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Raising three children is no small task. You would think that the experience you gain with each child would help with the next. And it does for the most part. But even as a mama with 20 years (29 if you count my niece) of child raising under my belt, I still wish they came with instruction manuals.
Disclosure: The Nominate Your Favorite School Nurse post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own. *It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed.
Guess what season it is??? Colds, stomach bugs, flu’s, etc., they are back and hitting with a vengeance.
Keep your little one safe while on the go. It’s Baby Safety Month and our babies safety is always our number one priority. Check out this great giveaway from Diono for the Diono Radian rXT Convertible + Booster Car Seat.
According to the CDC, accidents are the leading cause of death among children in the United States. September is Baby Safety Month and it’s usually an especially busy time of the year for parents.
Today’s story is brought to you by The Motherhood on behalf of Dumb Ways JR, the new and fun way to learn about safety in the kitchen for kids!
I love spending time in the kitchen with the girls. It’s always a great bonding experience and while I have pointed out many of the dangers of the kitchen I’ve never thought to explain why.