Each of us has been blessed with unique qualities. No one else in the history of the world has lived through the exact same life experiences as you, thinks the same thoughts as you, or possesses the unique mix of gifts, qualities and even wonderful quirks as YOU. The Divine made all of us with love; each of us is eternally worthy and valuable. Yet, even with each of our unique … [Read more...] about Stop Comparing Yourself to Others!
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Making it to the gym five days a week for a solid workout is a dream for many moms. Setting up a home gym offers more flexibility, allowing even the busiest mom to squeeze in some cardio between diaper changes and bath time. Elliptical trainers are popular in home gyms. Like all gym equipment, the quality and features of elliptical trainers vary significantly. Take time to … [Read more...] about Comparing Elliptical Trainer Machines
In the wake of the Varsity Blues Scandal everyone is asking the question - how did modern day parenting get here? Obsessive-compulsive behavior in parenting is nothing new. However the terms used to describe it have evolved. First there was the “Tiger Mom”, which morphed into “Helicopter Parenting” and now this has turned into “Intensive Parenting” - the latest and greatest of … [Read more...] about Are You Guilty Of Competitive Parenting?
There are so many things to be concerned with when you bring your baby home from the hospital. One of a parent's biggest worries tends to be wondering how many ounces of formula should infants drink? Understanding what to expect and how a baby's needs change can help moms and dads to enjoy feeding time, rather than fear it. How Many Ounces of Formula Should Infants … [Read more...] about How Many Ounces of Formula Should Infants Drink?
I was at the gym the other day. I was about to get into the swimming pool when a lifeguard approached me and said, “There’s a young man who is going to share your lane with you. He has high functioning autism, but he knows how to share a pool lane.” What happened? Well, nothing really. I swam on my side and he swam on his side. I have some thoughts, however, on this … [Read more...] about A Community Autism Experience