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Unexpected and Inexpensive Birthday Gifts

The older your kids get and the more families you meet, the more birthday parties you’ll find yourself balancing. If you’re lucky, the invite will say “No Gifts Please”, but even then, I find myself showing up empty handed when everyone else brought something anyway! The unending parties can get expensive. It’s unnecessary, especially for […]

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A Living Legacy- The Bennett Project

This post is by guest writer Emily Dyall. Did you know September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month? Did you know only 4% of federal government cancer research funding goes to study pediatric cancer? Sad, but true. I lost my 10 year old brother, Bennett, to colon cancer and then an inoperable brain tumor in September [...]
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Kick Me Baby One More Time: Infant Health in Utero and Beyond

This post is sponsored by Missouri Baptist Medical Center. Three words mama: Count your kicks. It was around Christmas and I was 37 weeks pregnant, uncomfortable and anxious to meet my baby girl. It was hard to ignore her active movements, even while chasing a toddler as well. Until the morning I was sitting at […]

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