She is constantly on the move, even when shes not at cheerleading practice 5 times a week she's always dancing around. She has been off school for the past few days as she can't walk cos her muscles are hurting her. This is possibly down to a... (more)
My 3 year old son is quite a picky eater. Luckily he likes meat (al kinds) and fish, eggs, butter (just by the spoon), and some veggies like carrots, broccoli, cauliflower. He also likes potatoes, milk and yoghurt. (and cookies, which he does not... (more)
My two and a halve year old son has some atopic exzema, mostly on his legs and buttock. I have found that it changes from time to time, sometimes dissapearing. Now I have not been able to track down what factors are responsible for this. At home,... (more)
I am a little bit worried about my little boy (3)! We went paleo in November (me and him) and before he didn??t have wheat and dairy but spelt/rye/oats/corn/millet/buckwheat and quinoa prepared according to weston a price. He was "healthy" and... (more)
I am a mom and wife whose family will resist this idea. Son is six and is already fairly picky. Actually, he likes many kinds of vegetables but very fussy when it comes to meat. What are your top three tips either for 1) Getting started easily... (more)
Not that I have kids, but I was thinking about the type of things I would deal with if I was a parent in the far future. It's already hard dealing with misguided ideas of the modern days. If you had a child who wanted to turn vegetarian or vegan... (more)
Forcing a child to do something that they seriously, truly find morally wrong sounds like a terrible idea. You might win that battle but you risk losing the war in terms of having an ongoing relationship with them or keeping them from developing... (more)
I have found that carrying around small children, up to age 5 or so, rather than putting them in a stroller, is a tremendous workout! You can put them in your hands, on your side, on your back, etc. Even two at a time. Needless to say, the kids... (more)
I'd second the benefits to the baby. I carried both of mine in a sling from birth in the shawl type one which they lie in at first but very soon sit on your hip. One of the main benefits of this is that they are at almost head height which means... (more)
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