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Braces Friendly Recipes

6 Braces-Friendly Recipes {from the Smith Orthodontics Team}

Disclosure : Thank you to Smith Orthodontics for sponsoring this post and for providing quality orthodontic services to our community of Wichita families.   There’s no place like home for the holidays – especially when it comes to everyone’s go-to comfort foods. But for those with braces, the sticky, oozy-gooey goodness of the holiday spread can sometimes […]

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The One Percent : Infants Born with Heart Conditions

Disclosure : Thank you to Children’s Mercy Wichita for sponsoring this post and for providing quality medical services to our community of moms and their babies. It is estimated that one percent of infants are born with heart problems. Not all of these infants will require immediate care or surgery, but for those who do, it is lifesaving. […]

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Transitioning to Life with Pediatric Diabetes

Disclosure : Thank you to Children’s Mercy Wichita for sponsoring this post and for providing quality medical services to our community of moms and their babies.   Diabetes is no longer as frightening as it once was. With proper care, the disease can be kept under control and children with diabetes can lead normal, active lives. Take Derby, […]

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Intimacy Issues Addressed by Dr. Hague

Disclosure : Thank you to Heartland Women’s Group Gynecology and Obstetrics Services for sponsoring this post and to Dr. Hague for sharing her expertise with our community of moms. As a gynecologist, one of the most fulfilling things I do is help women who are experiencing a variety of difficulties with intimacy. There are options available to […]

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holiday stress

Tips from a Counselor : How to Manage the Holiday Stress

Disclosure : Thank you to Snappy Kids  for sponsoring this post and to Vanessa Whalen, LSCSW for sharing her expertise with our community of moms.  Okay, it’s happened. One of my Facebook friends posted a photo of the family Christmas tree that had been decked out… on HALLOWEEN! Frankly, I’ve barely caught my breath from the beginning of […]

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Protect Yourself and Your Baby : Get the Flu Shot Today

Disclosure : Thank you to Heartland Women’s Group Gynecology and Obstetrics Services for sponsoring this post and to Dr. Janna Chibry for sharing her expertise with our community of moms.  Whether you are expecting your first child or your fifth, one thing remains the same – you want to provide the best care for your developing baby. Besides […]

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Braces Part 2-3

Braces 101 with Dr. Brian (Part 2)

We recently teamed up with Dr. Brian Smith of Smith Orthodontics to help ease our fears and answer some really important questions when it comes to braces. Check out the first part of our conversation, including what to look for in an orthodontist and when to get your kiddos checked out. He provided more insight into the mama must-knows before ultimately taking the […]

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Braces 101 Part I

Braces 101 with Dr. Brian (Part I)

Parenthood is an infinite learning curve. The moment we think we’ve got things figured out and finally under control, we begin a new phase with new questions and daunting unknowns. And entering the territory of orthodontics is no exception. So we’ve teamed up with Dr. Brian Smith of Smith Orthodontics to help ease our fears and answer some […]

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Back to School Anxiety

6 Ways to Ease Back to School Anxiety {According to a Child Therapist}

In my private practice, I see a lot of kiddos who get pretty anxious as school approaches. Some children may be starting school for the first time, others are simply returning, some are transitioning in some way–to a school with a different physical location or to middle or high school. In any case, here are […]

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5 Ways to Beat Summer Boredom {According to a Child Therapist}

We’re midway through the summer, and it’s possible that you’re already hearing, “I’m bored!” and “There’s nothing to do!” As a professional child therapist and mom, I’m acquainted with these phrases. Here are 5 ideas to help the rest of your summer along: 1). Keep your routine. As much as kids would have you believe that […]

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