According to the guidelines of the Chimney Safety Institute of America, you should clean an open-masonry fireplace when you see 1/8 inch of soot built up on the surface. If you have a factory-built fireplace, clean the fireplace and chimney when you notice any appreciable quantity of soot and debris on them. Not cleaning a fireplace can result in damage or a chimney … [Read more...] about Chimney Cleaning Instruments
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One of the most common pelvic floor issues among women is urinary incontinence (peeing when you run, jump, sneeze, or cough). I experienced this issue after the delivery of my children and have worked with countless women who had these issues. Ladies, it is a common issue and nothing to be embarrassed about. Many women who have never had babies also have this problem, even very … [Read more...] about How To Stop Peeing When You Sneeze Mama
When it comes to my kids, one of the things that stresses me out is this whole idea of “specializing.” Since my daughter was four or five, I've watched as many of her friends have streamlined their focus on piano or guitar, on club soccer or volleyball teams, on ice skating or acting or singing or swimming or tennis or dance. The stakes seem to get really high really fast - … [Read more...] about It’s Ok To Let Our Kids Settle For “Good Enough”
There’s always that moment when you hear yourself say something to your child and mentally cringe. For some of us mothers, it happens once every now and then; for others, it’s a lot more frequent. It happens every time a "Mommy Motto" slips from your lips - all the sayings we heard from our mothers growing up and promised we would never use on our own children. But of … [Read more...] about 10 Things You Swore You’d Never Say
The nine months of pregnancy seem endless for many expectant mothers. In reality, it is amazing how much a baby grows and changes during that time. In fact, many of those changes, including the answer to when does a baby develop a heartbeat, occur before the expectant mother even knows she is pregnant. Time Frame A baby develops a heartbeat early in the first trimester. The … [Read more...] about When Does a Baby Develop a Heartbeat?