If you have endometriosis, you may be wondering how it will affect your fertility and if you will be able to become pregnant with endometriosis. According to Pennsylvania State College, endometriosis affects between 7 and 15 percent of women between 25 and 44 years old. This condition may run in families, meaning you are more likely to have endometriosis if your mother or your … [Read more...] about Can You Get Pregnant With Endometriosis?
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We recently published an article - "The Trouble With Labels: What Do You Call A Stepmom?" - on the tricky situations that can arise in blended families. In the words of one step-mom: "I get uncomfortable when the other children at [my stepson's] school refer to me as his mom. I'll enter the classroom to pick D up, and all the children start saying, 'D, your mom is here.' … [Read more...] about What Should Kids Call A Step-Parent?
Bullying is a hot topic now. The talk shows want more on bullying, the blogosphere is full to the brim with posts on bullying, and left and right there are speakers on the topic of bullying. There is a lot of bullying information out there - it is sought after, wanted, and pursued; so why not jump on the bandwagon? Frankly, I haven’t wanted to until now. Until I really … [Read more...] about Where Does Bullying Start?
Last week the Butte Fire in Amador and Calaveras counties ravaged my hometown communities. Calaveras took the biggest beating, with many of the 75,000 acres burned and 545 residences/356 outbuildings lost, in that county. County lines have all but diminished however, with families and local businesses from both pulling together to help those impacted by the fire. I couldn’t be … [Read more...] about Help Care For Animals Injured By Fire
This is a guest post by Reesa from MommaLew - check her out there! The following post is sponsored by TYLENOL®. While Halloween is meant to be all in good fun, for many children it’s stressful and frightening. As a mom, it’s heartbreaking to see your child not enjoying him/herself. I noticed my son, now 6, has always been a bit weary of Halloween. My first instinct was to … [Read more...] about SMILING IT FORWARD™ through Halloween