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What the French Get Right: Wine, Baguettes and Perineum Rehabilitation

Perineum rehabilitation after childbirth is a standard practice in France, yet many Americans have never heard of it. The benefits of it are truly far-reaching!       I will be eternally indebted to France for perfectly-baked croissants, a bottle of Bordeaux … and a rehabilitated perineum. Say what??  Let me start at the beginning. […]

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Conquer the Most Common Sleep Challenges with SleepyHead Solutions

Discovering sleep solutions for your little ones doesn’t take magic, it simply takes a knowledgable guide to help you through the process!   Does it seem like just when your children have learned to be good sleepers, there is a hiccup that disrupts your whole household? You are definitely not alone. The good news is […]

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2020 Mom & Me Look-Alike Contest: VOTE NOW!

  1st Annual St. Louis Moms Blog Mom & Me Look-Alike Contest! Brought to you by our contest sponsor:        Show us your look-alikes! This Mother’s Day, we want to celebrate YOU and the different ways motherhood looks for all of us! Have a photo where you’re dressed similarly to your mini-me or […]

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Missouri Baptist Weighs In: COVID-19 & Preparing for Baby

This post is sponsored by our partner Missouri Baptist Medical Center. Having a baby under normal circumstances is stressful. Having your baby during a pandemic could add additional anxiety.  It is important to have an open line of communication with your medical team. COVID-19 might have changed your original birth plan, but you should still […]

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How to Encourage Creativity and Emotional Intelligence in Young Children

This post is sponsored by our partner Little Sunshine’s Playhouse and Preschool.   Creativity comes naturally to most children. It is easy for adults to view a child’s creativity as simple play, but the benefits go much deeper. From increased critical thinking ability to emotional benefits, creativity is something that should be encouraged among young […]

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Beyond the Baby Blues: Signs of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder

This post is sponsored by Missouri Baptist Medical Center.  As moms, we’re often characterized as selfless, loving human beings who sacrifice many of our wants and needs for the wants and needs of our children. Unfortunately, this often comes at the expense of our own well–being. So, how can we expect to be good moms […]

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