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cry Cry CRY! by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 7:17am A baby’s first language is cry. That is a God-given gift. That was the only way a baby can communicate his pain or discomfort. Yet, when a parent rushes to him WHENEVER he went ‘wiaahh‘ a little, the baby is smart enough to know that crying has become a weapon. The baby grows to a toddler and the weapon becomes even more powerful. From ... Read on »
How To Handle Tantrums In Toddlers by Lian Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 Mar 2011 3:40am I really loved it when my kids were little babies. So small and so angelic. Then they became toddlers and the angelic part slowly walked out the door as the screaming and kicking took over. Toddler tantrums! Yeah, it's a real headache. Some people call it the "terrible twos", but as many other mothers have learned, it usually begins before they h ... Read on »
Ten Things You Must Know Before You Travel With a Toddler by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Sat 07 Apr 2012 10:20am Travelling with a toddler can be successful with a focused plan and the right items on hand to keep your little one entertained. Even if you are travelling alone, you can keep your toddler happy and make it to your destination without a meltdown. Understand the basics of travelling with a toddler to improve your chances of a smooth trip. 1. ... Read on »
Mommy I Want Junk Food Problem Kids' Diets And What To Do About Them by Melanie J. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:01am Hi All, I was recently traveling in the Northeast back to my NYC roots (yes thats' why I hadn't posted in a bit). I was walking along the Northern New Jersey shore on a beautiful day when the following took place. Two Moms were pushing toddlers in their strollers with two slightly older children--maybe about age six or so--walking alongsi ... Read on »
I am in London! Photostory. by Blogilates Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 10:33pm Hey POPsters! I am finally in the UK!!! Woohoo. It is so quaint and cute here. Let’s start the London photostory shall we? It begins at SFO International Airport. I wore my mint Nikes, cooked protein pancakes for the journey, and made sure to have my Bamboo Bottle with me to stay hydrated. For those of you wondering, I brought both m ... Read on »
Alpha Blockers and Toddler Weani... by Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:53pm Alpha Blockers and Toddler Weaning This is day three of taking the alpha blocker (Doxazosin). Not as bad as I expected but not a picnic either. Started my first dose on Friday night w/one 1mg pill before bed. Woke up on Saturday morning a little dizzy, nauseated, tired but otherwise okay. TRIED to take it easy in hopes I wouldn't pass out. My ... Read on »
Misinterpretations That Drive Unwanted Eating by eatnormalnow Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 13 May 2013 9:03am Too many disregulated eaters have low regard for themselves and, therefore, don’t take care of themselves as if they’re deserving of high-quality self care. For those of you who think you’re defective and aren’t worth eating healthfully, here’s another take on the subject and how you might have mistakenly come to think about things incorrectl ... Read on »
tHERsDay: The Crying Room by Alicia D Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 11:29pm There is a place in the back of our church called The Crying Room - a tiny room in the rear of the nave, partitioned off and divided by a huge pane of glass.  It is a room where parents can bring their crying babies, loud toddlers, or any one who may not be ready or able to sit through an hour church service without being disruptive. Yo ... Read on »
Empathy and Autism - part 2 by Danette Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 Aug 2008 12:00am A while ago, I posted about Empathy and Autism. Trish's comment on that post got me thinking that perhaps in my effort to make a point (that people with autism are capable of feeling and showing empathy), I may have given a rather one-sided view of things. It's taken me a while to circle back on this one, but in the interest of full disclosure ... Read on »
Toddlers at Birth...Awesome or Insane? by Corin Jones Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 Aug 2010 12:00am Ummm...has it really been almost 6 months since I posted on here? *Oi*! That's pretty bad. Actually, it's not so bad. I've spent the better portion of this year totally revamping my and my kids life; putting things in perspective, ordering priorities, etc. I set aside what was on it's way to becoming a pretty lucrative photography business. It w ... Read on »