Is My Baby Cross-Eyed? When To Be Concerned

Is My Baby Cross Eyed, Baby Wearing Glasses

Sometimes parents notice their newborn’s eyes look a little cross-eyed in the beginning. Yes, it is normal for a newborn’s eyes to wander or cross occasionally during the first few months of life. Their muscles are strengthening and their eyes are learning to focus. By the time a baby is 4–6 months old, their eyes…

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Is Breastfeeding Always Difficult? – One Mom’s Story

Is breastfeeding always difficult

In honor of National Breastfeeding Month, I wanted to share a little bit about my breastfeeding story. When I found out I was pregnant, everyone had an opinion about everything, including breastfeeding! I heard stories from my sister, who has had 4 children, about how her milk never came in, she didn’t produce enough milk…

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5 Postpartum Nutrition Tips from a Certified Nutrition Coach

Postpartum-Nutrition

One of the biggest concerns with many new mums postpartum is to “get their body back.” In this article we will talk about that and nutrition during your postpartum recovery. While “getting your body back” is an understandable goal, too many women lose precious time with their baby by worrying about losing weight. Weight loss goals can…

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Five Healthy Recipes for Nursing Parents 

healthy recipes for nursing parents

While the breastfeeding journey with my son was successful and amazing, it did come with its own setbacks that I had to learn to work through. As a first time mom, I had no idea how demanding nursing would be in the beginning. Newborns have very tiny tummies and often feed at the breast every…

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Traveling With Your Baby

Traveling with your baby at the airport gate

Your beautiful new baby has arrived, and you are ready to show them off to the world, right? You want to introduce them to family and friends near and far, and you are ready to make that trip. But if you’re anything like me, the thought of traveling with your new baby creates a lot…

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Taking a Vacation with Your Baby

Taking Your Baby on Vacation

Now that summer is in full swing, and traveling is pretty much back to normal, taking a vacation seems more needed than ever! It’s important to keep in mind that for your baby, almost everything is new and stimulating. And if you think adjusting to a new space and unfamiliar things is a tough transition…

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Exercise During Pregnancy

Pregnant Mom Swimming, Exercise

One of the most exciting chapters of your life has begun. You’re pregnant! Life is about to change, and so is your body. Exercise can not only help you stay in shape, but also help prepare you for labor and delivery. Did you know that exercising is safe and healthy for most pregnant women, even…

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Taking Your Baby to the Beach

Taking Your Baby to the Beach

If you are anything like me, you know there are really healing energies offered by the sand and salt water of our gorgeous beaches here in Tampa Bay. We live where many people vacation, and there is a certain type of serenity that comes from the gulf breezes and gentle lapping of the waters. With…

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Food Allergies and Your Child

food allergies and your child sitting in high chair

Did you know that about 6 million children have food allergies? That is a staggering number in my opinion. I personally never experienced a food allergy, so I was not very concerned about introducing my son to new foods when he was a baby. I followed our pediatrician’s recommendations about introducing particular foods until he…

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