Month: March 2022

[ad_1] Although it’s likely still several months away, anticipation and optimism are beginning to build ahead of the Supreme Court’s expected ruling on the constitutionality of Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban. That’s because for the first time in a generation, there appears to be a legitimate chance that a majority of justices will affirm a state’s
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[ad_1] Although it’s likely still several months away, anticipation and optimism are beginning to build ahead of the Supreme Court’s expected ruling on the constitutionality of Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban. That’s because for the first time in a generation, there appears to be a legitimate chance that a majority of justices will affirm a state’s
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[ad_1] Hand, foot, and mouth disease is one of those illnesses most of us parents and caregivers dread. Characterized by painful sores covering the (yep, you already guessed it) hands, feet, and mouth, children with this viral illness can get extremely uncomfortable. Not to mention, it is highly contagious. Because it is considered a self-limiting
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[ad_1] Historically, formula-feeding and breastfeeding have each been popular during different time periods. Often, popularity was driven by commercial efforts to convince new moms of the optimal way to feed their babies. In the 1940s and 1950s, synthetic formula was new to the market. Advertising campaigns for both new moms and physicians put a heavy
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[ad_1] Wash. Dry. Repeat. A new product from our friends at ezpz From the makers of the mess-catching Happy Mat, comes another awesome product to keep the peace in your kitchen. The ezpz Drying Rack is the perfect spot to dry and store baby and toddler feeding gear. Removable pegs make it simple to customize the set-up
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[ad_1] College tours can be an exciting times for parents and teens. Life’s next stage is coming into focus and it is hard not to feel the thrill of watching your kid stand on the doorstep of adult life. But this can also be a confusing time as families take one college tour after another
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[ad_1] My husband turned to me after separate discussions with our teenagers. “I feel like the different values our whole country’s struggling with are coming to a head right in our living room.” Tell me we’re not the only ones. I’ve got extended and immediate family members driving stakes in the ground on all sorts
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[ad_1] When it comes to sleeping techniques for infants, using a baby swaddle (or infant swaddle)  is an effective strategy for helping newborns sleep more comfortably. Why swaddle a baby? A swaddle not only mimics the womb environment—in which your baby feels safe and secure—but also prevents your baby from flailing their arms and legs.
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[ad_1] What makes a man a godly dad? You’ll hear a powerful description on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “The Legacy of a Godly Dad.” We’re airing a touching tribute paid by Brent Reaves to his father, “Smokey” John Reaves, the founder of Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que in Dallas. The family-run restaurant has a reputation
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