Leaving your child can be the best way to help him or her establish the necessary skills successful adults possess. We aren’t talking about a sleep-over or a weekend with the grandparents. No, this is much more than that. This is summer camp.
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Children can appear to progress through their elementary education, outwardly demonstrating the conceptual, arithmetic framework necessary to tackle the algebra series, and then onto higher geometry and trigonometry, when, in fact, their incredibly talented and adaptable minds have simply stored enough information to perform adequately on standardized tests and homework during the school year. This […]
Disclaimer :: Dr. Emily J. Kirby, a local mom and plastic surgeon, crafted and sponsored this post, lending her expertise to the common concern of breast appearance post-pregnancy. Other moms tell us it will happen, and we expect it to happen, but, somehow, we are never quite prepared for the reality of the situation: After pregnancy, […]
Disclaimer :: Fort Worth Moms Blog’s own Emily Y interviewed the dental experts and FWMB partners at Legacy Pediatric and Adolescent Dentistry to answer these questions all mamas have! This is the second installment of “Teeth Talk.” You can read the first interview here. 1. Should parents whiten their children’s teeth? If so, what are safe products to use? […]
Disclaimer :: BODYARMOR sponsored this post and provided FWMB Contributor Meagan with complimentary product. These words are her own opinions and ideas. The secret behind staying fit in the midst of balancing motherhood and life seems like it would have to be a mastered science reserved for the textbook gym addict. The reality is, anyone can achieve […]
Disclaimer :: Jamie Zacharias, co-founder of MASHUP, sponsored and created this post providing FWMB readers fitness tips based on her expertise. It’s no coincidence that many people depend on New Year’s resolutions every January to restart their health and fitness goals. The holiday season is usually a time where we allow ourselves to spend less time […]
Disclaimer :: Dr. Catherine Bevan, a local OB/Gyn, sponsored and created this post based on her expertise. Cervical cancer was once a major public health concern in the United States, affecting about 15 in 100,000 women in 1975. In the subsequent 40 years, this rate has more than halved, almost exclusively due to findings made originally […]