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Monthly Archives: August 2017

I Have To Keep A Neat House Because Clutter Triggers My Anxiety

I get this itch every few months to trash or donate about half the things we own. I look around and all I see are unused toys, mismatched pieces of Tupperware, clothes that don’t fit, and wires belonging to god-knows-what electronic device that is probably broken or lost. It’s the same itch I feel when it’s the end of the …

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Let’s Give Our Kids Some Freedom At Grandma And Grandpa’s House

Do you remember your grandparents? I very clearly remember mine. I have fabulous memories of pancakes on Saturdaymornings with gobs of butter and syrup. I fondly recall watching too many cartoons, playing penny poker, and secret candy hand-offs. These are memories that are very special to me — they were days when I felt like I had a silly sort of freedom …

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Disney Unveils Lighthouse To Honor Little Boy Who Died In Tragic Accident

The lighthouse serves as a symbol of a life lost and hope for the future Most of us remember Lane Graves, an adorable two-year-old boy, who was killed last year by an alligator when his family was visiting Walt Disney World. The boy and his four-year-old sister and his parents were standing in a foot of water on the Seven Seas Lagoon …

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Stop Telling Parents Of Black Children That Racism Doesn’t Exist

Proctor and Gamble takes on racism in its new ad — and is met with outrage. Proctor and Gamble has released an ad that’s been met with praise — and also outrage. The two-minute ad depicts black parents — in various times from past to present, and in various stages of their child’s life — addressing the racism they may …

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This Is What It’s REALLY Like To Breastfeed A Toddler

I have been pregnant or breastfeeding for 10 whole years now (!), and given that I don’t have 10 children, most of that time has been spent nursing toddlers and preschoolers. Having been in the trenches for a while now, I can tell you that breastfeeding past the baby months is something that not a lot of people understand. I mean, …

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Science Says Pregnancy Changes Women’s Brains — Women Everywhere Say ‘No Sh*t’

A new study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience shows that pregnancy reduces certain areas of our brain’s gray matter. It looks like the areas being reduced probably affect how a pregnant woman interprets the actions, intentions, and feelings of others — and these symptoms can last up to two years.  And to that I say, well, no shit, science. New mothers are so focused on keeping …

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This Towel Deals With Boob Sweat And Should Get Some Kind Of Award

The Ta-Ta towel is a genius invention There is an experience women with big boobs are far too familiar with — the dreaded pool of boob sweat that happens when you’re getting ready for a night out — or honestly just chilling around the house on a hot night. Ladies, it’s okay. We’ve all done the washcloth under the boob …

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Infant Accidentally Vaccinated with Gardasil – Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Baby Medically Kidnapped

Aniya smiling with her mother shortly before she was taken from her mother. Photo provided by the family. Doctors call it a “medication administration error.” During a routine check-up at her pediatrician’s office, 4-month old Aniya was accidentally given the Gardasil 9 vaccine, and she hasn’t been the same since. Anita Vasquez of Victoria, Texas, herself a nurse, says that “doctors …

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