Unless your child’s surgeon or physician has personal experience with a feeding tube, they can’t actually tell you much about the day-to-day of what to expect when you go home. In the two years that my daughter Avery has had her G-button, I’ve learned a few things that I’m happy to share with you.
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The way I was trying to support him was trying to turn my son, who clearly lost, into a fake winner for the sake of his feelings. My words were discrediting the hard work and incredible efforts of the other five children who beat him by twisting the facts. I was subconsciously telling him that […]
Because today is Valentine’s Day, we thought it would be fun to ask our FWMB kids what they think love is. Some answers will make you laugh, some make you say “Awww,” and some make you believe truth really does come from the mouth of babes. Read through, and the ask your kids the same […]
Disclaimer :: Kirby Plastic Surgery sponsored this post and provided helpful information about ins and outs of pediatric plastic surgery. Learning that your child needs plastic surgery can prompt a flood of questions about what to expect. While researching the basics on your own can be helpful, it’s never a good idea to fully rely on “Dr. Google,” […]
We’re just a few days away from one of the most exciting days of the year . . . Halloween! Halloween is fun for all ages! Take a peek below at what the Tarrant County area has to offer your family. Arlington Heights UMC Trunk or Treat // Bring your appetite for a hearty chili dinner. Decorated […]
It doesn’t bother me everyday. Mostly, I go on, business as usual, enjoying my children and the stage of life I’m living. Until it happens: a childfree friend posts to social media. A pinterest-perfect picture of her island backdrop vacation. You know, the one where they were sad to leave and actually felt rested when they got home? Only then […]
It’s December. Officially Christmas season for those of us who celebrate one holiday at a time. Wink, wink. You’re probably threatening your kids with talking about Santa’s visit later this month and really starting to get in the spirit, which means “The Visit” is front of mind. Dare we attempt it again with our now-one-year-older-toddler […]