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Dear Mark: Grok’s Mobility, Too Much Walking, Fertile Eggs, and the Best Shoes for Babies by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 04 Nov 2013 2:31am Hey folks, it’s time for another edition of . This time around we’ve got a four-parter. First up, I discuss why Grok probably didn’t need to foam roll with boulders or consult with a  proto-Kstarr  sporting a prominent brow ridge. Next,  walking . It’s good, it’s vital, it’s  low-stress , but is it possible to walk too much? Yes (but read on). ... Read on »
5 Ways to Encourage Your Toddler's Physical Fitness by Tara Posted Mon 06 May 2013 3:59pm Hey, didja know that May is National Physical Activity and Sports month? So perfect, I mean...at least up here in Michigan, the weather is FINALLY looking like Spring. The grass is green, the beach is cleared of its Winter sand dunes, flowers are coming up and so is the sun...man, I'm loving it. It's like Mother Nature is encouraging outdoor ... Read on »
wholesale children apparel: Mochildrentum potential and sup2; - let fashion move! by jackjohnsonlin Posted Fri 07 Dec 2012 12:43pm fashion is not static, not model on an overpass walk of the game, not the designer's concept game, more is not rigid meaningless decoration. on June 16, 2011, MO& Co. In Shanghai pudong exhibition held 2011 annual fashion night, as well as China's first a 3 d fashion film MOCHILDRENTUM&sup 2; The global premiere. Fashion movie MOCHILDR ... Read on »
Because Nobody Walks in LA! by Chic Runner Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 6:32am Before we even get into the mess that is the LA Marathon, I just have to give a shout out to my roommate, who I am now revealing her actual name because she started her own company named Not So Cli-Shea. DJ is really Shea! Her real name is Shea and she started making baby clothes. You must understand that Shea is the super creative one of us. I ... Read on »
Let's Roll by Shari .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 Aug 2009 12:00am Let's Roll I’ve been going for walks to the waterpark, library, nearby stores, and just walking the dogs. I’m not regularly doing these things, but they add up. I just grab the cane and roll. About a week ago, I was walking Onyx and I usually, by habit, ... Read on »
toddlers and tiaras-the runner's version by RunFasterMommy Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 5:56am You'd be hard pressed to find a toddler or preschooler who doesn't love to run. It is instinctual. Little kids run for fun, hardly ever out of necessity, and almost always with a giant grin on their face. If you are a parent, you are likely guilty of hollering "don't run in the _____" (street, store, down the stairs, in the restaurant, etc.) If y ... Read on »
Vegan Toddler Tip: Eating Their Veggies by IEatTrees Posted Fri 18 Feb 2011 10:59pm Although my little one had been eating vegetables with ease the first year of solid foods, something changed when the second year came around. Maybe it was the gradual switch from purees to more steamed vegetable pieces, but he started spitting vegetables out, pushing them aside on his plate , or refusing them altogether. I had no intention of ... Read on »
Let's Roll by Shari .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 6:20pm glitter-graphics.com I’ve been going for walks to the waterpark, library, nearby stores, and just walking the dogs. I’m not regularly doing these things, but they add up. I just grab the cane and roll. About a week ago, I was walking Onyx and I usually, by habit, look ahead as I walk to make sure nothing’s in my path. But ... Read on »
Potty training 101...according to a toddler by Helene Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 May 2010 3:00am Many moms I know are going through the potty training blues with their little ones...myself included. Garrett has had success in spurts...he'll go a few days with no accidents and then, out of nowhere, he regresses. Now, Landon just decided as of today that he wants to use the potty. I've been bugging him for weeks...taunting him with, "I'll b ... Read on »
baby bunching stages: two toddlers by Linda and Cara .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Jul 2009 10:53pm Once Little Baby reaches his/her first birthday, we bet you're thinking this gig is going to get easier. Yes, but not before it gets harder. Linda classifies the 12-18 month stage (or even onto 24 months) as toddler hell. Yes, they are walking and starting to talk. That IS super fun, but not when your two and a half year old is still darting in ... Read on »