The Parent Collective Expands to Include Postpartum Support

As you know, Postnatal depression and postpartum support have been in the news a lot lately but there aren’t that many options for new parents (moms mostly) to access support in a relaxed and social way. The Parent Collective is constantly developing programming for this purpose. The Parent Collective says, “we are launching our postpartum […]

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Bouncy Bands®

School counselor Scott Ertl created Bouncy Bands® to help students in his school concentrate while they are seated at their desks, often for five or six hours per day. I love that Bouncy Bands® is a product that can help ALL students as they learn sitting at a desk throughout their day. As a child […]

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Allergy Prevention: ENT and Allergy Associates

Feeling Groggy? Under the Weather? Allergies Might Be the Cause How can you tell if you or your child is having trouble sleeping because of the changes of daylight savings time or if the issue is something more? They may be suffering from seasonal allergies.

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Beating the Winter Blues

Winter Blues, the kids getting restless and you’re running out of ideas of things to do? Here are some fun indoor games you can all play and enjoy…

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When your child needs to see an ENT

Problems of the ear, nose, and throat are common in children. While many ailments can be treated by your pediatrician, there are many instances where you or your child’s doctor may seek the advice of an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) specialist. ENT doctors (also called otolaryngologists) treat a wide variety of pediatric conditions, including […]

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“Me, Again: How Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Transformed My Life.”

What an amazing read and I thank local Momee Friend, Bridget Croteau for putting it all out there and writing a book that is not only an easy read but, is so informative and authentic. If you or someone you know is going through Postpartum Depression and/or anxiety it is okay. You are not alone. […]

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