Frequent urination may involve output of either large or small volumes of urine each time a toddler goes to the potty. Bladder infections are a common cause of frequent urination, particularly among little girls. Children who are potty trained who suddenly have several accidents may be experiencing an underlying medical cause. In fact, urinary tract infection is one of the most … [Read more...] about Toddlers and Frequent Urination
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What you may not know, or want to know about body after baby “I am a post-pregnancy, gas passing, panty tinkling, flabby blob.” Okay, if we all thought that might happen after giving birth, there would be lot less pregnancies. While it might seem like a whole lot more doom and gloom than most women experience (thank goodness), after birth can cause a few uninvited and … [Read more...] about Post-Pregnancy – How To Feel Better Inside and Out
Just as no two women are alike, not every mother-to-be exhibits the same symptoms or will have the same signs of pregnancy. Even during subsequent pregnancies, the changes a woman undergoes can be altogether different. While some women will feel differently as early as one week following conception, there are others who might go months before feeling its effects. Incredibly, … [Read more...] about How Long Does It Take to Show Signs of Pregnancy?
This article is in partnership with Uncle Ben’s. Growing up we had dinner at 6:00pm every night. Mom cooked, and everyone ate what was on their plates. Fast forward a few decades and dinnertime has changed. Whether it’s because kids have more extracurricular activities, parents have competing work schedules, or easier access to take-out food – there seems to be less … [Read more...] about The Importance of Family Dinners
As a child, all I wanted to do was fit in. Having parents that divorced when I was in fourth grade did not help that ambition. My dream of belonging was further crushed when my dad remarried his secretary. Now, not only did I not fit in with my friends who all seemed to have perfect, “traditional” families, I was now part of a lame cliché. I was not a happy camper. This … [Read more...] about Stepchild to StepMom: How To Do It Better