Mother and Child

Creating a Routine During Coronavirus

We are all creatures of habit who find a sense of normalcy in having a routine to help us through our daily lives, right? Routines set our children up for success. Not having one can be determinantal and cause unnecessary headaches for parents, as predictability helps our children feel safe and secure. Creating a routine…

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Keep Children Active Without School

With the plethora of school closures amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic sweeping the nation, schedules for all parents and children are changing dramatically. As parents are becoming more resourceful with their time, money and energy, they are looking for new ways to keep their kids learning and active during all of the calamity.   Teachers…

Vegetables in a pot

Resourceful Healthy Meals

We’ve all seen the reports across news channels lately about the influx of people at the grocery store buying out all items imaginable to stock their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A few feelings that can instantly come to mind (and heart) are anxiety, panic, and confusion, right? While we are struggling to keep…

Heart Health

Hearts Aren’t Just for Valentine’s Day

The month of February brings to mind sweet treats, roses, the color red, and hearts. Those paper hearts are meant to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but February is also National Heart Month! National Heart Month is a month-long celebration in the United States that is observed every February. The holiday was established to urge Americans to…

Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

Article written by Dr. Carrier Kinsley Wintertime is the season for colds, the flu and a multitude of other infectious illnesses. There are quite a few things you can do to help keep your child healthy during this time of year: Vaccines You and your child (when 6+ months) along with other family members should…