My three-year-old is a Sharky and Bones groupie. Our Jake and the Never Land Pirates soundtrack gets some serious play time, which means the whole family knows the lyrics to each swashbuckley song. The frontmen behind the Never Land Pirate Band, otherwise known as Kevin Hendrickson and Loren Hoskins, have been channeling their piratey personas for over a decade. They got their … [Read more...] about Interview: Jake And The Never Land Pirates’ Sharky & Bones
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Cholesterol affects your body differently than it does a man's body. This could be, in part, to your estrogen levels. High estrogen, like the levels you produce during your most fertile years, raises good cholesterol and reduces heart disease risk, according to the American Heart Association. On the flip side, women have higher triglyceride levels than men, as a general rule. A … [Read more...] about Normal Cholesterol Levels for Women
Anxiety is a new parent’s constant companion. You’re probably wondering if your baby is eating too little, sleeping too much or even crying too often. And way up there on your list of concerns is, no doubt, development. Should your baby be smiling by now? Crawling? Waving bye-bye? Like people, babies are individuals. Some will do things better, earlier and more easily than … [Read more...] about How to Tell if a Baby is Developing Normally
Adipose tissue, or fat, is essential for the body to function properly. According to the American Council on Exercise, women need a body fat percentage of 10 to 12 percent for the tissue to adequately protect the body, regulate temperature, provide insulation, produce sex hormones and supply enough fuel to carry out activities. Dangers arise when the body stores too much fat. … [Read more...] about What Is Normal Body Fat Percentage for Women?
It’s too much. Mothers everywhere are feeling desperate for relief...from the chaos of never getting a break from their kids; from the insanity of working from home with their playmate-deprived children underfoot and needing a teacher; from the stress of uncertainty, the stress of job insecurity, and the stress of parenting with partners who kind of get it and kind of … [Read more...] about We Don’t Want Pre-Pandemic Motherhood Back