The turkey hunt – sharing values and joy with children at Christmas

Christmas is nearly here and those who celebrate are dashing around with errands. There are gifts to be bought, cookies to be made, school plays to attend and more all demanding your time and attention. At the same time, it is a season where we can reflect on the values and traditions of Christmas – giving, togetherness, and …

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Migraines – Relief is available!

Photo by Vinicius Amano on Unsplash Some parents, even those with migraines themselves, are surprised that children also suffer from this condition. As in adults, it is more common in females and often more common after menses start but younger children and males can also suffer from a migraine. How is a migraine different from a regular headache? …

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One month handout

Photo by Unsplash by Ferenc Horvath FEEDING         Feed your baby only when hungry.  Avoid propping the bottle or over-feeding.         Breast milk and iron-fortified formulas are 100% nutrition for babies until 4-6 months of age. Babies don’t need extra water or juice.         Honey should be avoided before one year due to a risk of botulism.         Babies …

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