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Oh Hello, Hives. We Weren’t Expecting You.
From dust and must to pollen, mosquitos, and plants, summertime calls for Benadryl.
I Was 30 Weeks Pregnant When Doctors Told Me I Had Breast Cancer
I wasn't prepared for the moment I found out I had breast cancer, especially since I was 36 - and 30 weeks pregnant.
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There’s a Side of My Kids I’ll Never Truly Know
The sweetness can always be there; it just changes.
Natasha Sharma, CCPA
My Kids See Me Cry and That is a Good Thing For Everyone
How this mom is trying to help her kids be okay with uncomfortable emotions, tears and all.
It’s Important that You Let Your Kids See You Upset
I think our inner voices sometimes tell us that it’s our job to shelter our children from our emotions, except feelings of joy and pride.
Heather M. Jones
It’s Time We Look for Invisible Symptoms of Postpartum Depression
It's time to talk about something that makes a lot of people uncomfortable: mental health.
Depression Can be Triggered by Weaning
Depression after weaning is common, but not well understood, and even less often discussed. So, let's talk about it.
Cindy Leclerc and Jana Stockham
Wrong Words Spoken Are Better Than Right Ones Unsaid
The wrong words spoken are better than the right ones unsaid. Don't let today pass without saying them.
Parenting Through Sadness: How to Cope when Shit Happens
How do you put on your "happy parent hat" when you're going through a rough time—what are some things you did that you found helpful?
5 Rituals That Will Help a Child Grieve
Children may experience grief for a multitude of different reasons and situations. It’s important for parents and caregivers to offer comforting rituals.
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