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Headed Back to School with Food Allergies

Going back to school can be a challenging time to say the least, and that’s without the added concern of food allergies – should your child be prone to them. Katie Jo (@hellokatiejo) is a full-time working mother of three, who knows all about the added stresses of sending her children with food allergies to...

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The Pros & Cons of Redshirting

Does your child have a late birthday? Have you thought about holding them back? Let us help you weigh the pros & cons. Redshirting, as it is commonly referred to, is when parents choose to hold their kids back a year from starting kindergarten. Oftentimes, if your child is born later in the year, closer...

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Are Your Kids Ready To Go Back To School?

It might feel like summer just started, but in just a short amount of time, camp will be winding down, summer days will gradually become shorter, nights cooler and kids will start to talk about going back to school. There are typically mixed feelings around this time – sadness that the summer is ending, but excitement...

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Bedwetting: When Will It Stop?

Potty training is a major milestone for your little one. If he’s using the potty regularly and recognizing when he needs to go during the day, he probably feels very proud of himself. But nighttime is different. In fact, it’s best to think of nighttime dryness as a separate but related milestone on a potty...

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How To Know When They’re Ready To Potty Train

  Is your child ready to use the potty? Use the checklist below to measure your toddler’s progress toward readiness, and keep in mind that starting before your child is truly ready doesn’t mean you’ll finish sooner – it’s more likely that the process will just end up taking longer.   Don’t start too early;...

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