Episode 112 | July 16th
Geocaching: Family Fun in Nature
Looking for a real-life treasure hunt for the family? Geocaching can be a great adventure and it’s happening right now, all around you! There are 2,426,930 active geocaches and over 6 million geocachers worldwide. And it’s FREE! So, what are you waiting for?
Episode 111 | June 25th
Contraception After Having a Baby
You’re not done having children… but you’re not planning to have more anytime soon. What are your options when it comes to birth control? Learn more about the different types of contraception available.
Episode 110 | June 18th
LGBT: A New Family Dynamic
Families come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Not much is typically said about the family dynamic of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender couples. This episode explores what parenting is typically like for these families considered non-traditional.
Top 10 Theme Park Safety Tips
Summer is almost here, and many families will be having tons of fun at theme parks and fairs. But before you purchase those tickets, consider these safety tips aimed at protecting your family and keeping everyone safe in large crowds.
Baby Skin Conditions: Common Skin Diseases
We’re continuing our series on baby skin conditions with a look at the more serious skin diseases that commonly impact babies. What are the most common and what are your treatment options?
Making Bathtime Fun and Safe for Kids
Most kids love to take baths. And since it’s typically a daily task, we’ve got some great tips to help you make it as safe and fun as possible.
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I remember how in the last months of pregnancy we were told to enjoy it. Go out while we could as if it would end forever once the baby was here. We don’t go out to restaurants that often, but we do enjoy it and didn’t see any reasons why our daughter shouldn’t be a part of it.
Truth be told, I found the early months to be the easiest to go out with baby. During the 4th trimester, babies spend a lot of time sleeping. All I had to do was make sure I had a nursing cover (also useful to keep the light off baby) since she was breastfed, have a chair that could fit the car seat at the restaurant, and a changing table nearby. Thankfully there are more and more websites putting together lists of what children friendly amenities a restaurant provides. Although a simple call can take care of that as well. I would sometimes have to take a break to nurse her, but overall it was really easy. We did anything from casual to fine dining restaurants. I would at times only have one hand to eat with but it was the same at home anyway. Continue reading…
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