“I won’t be seeing you on Friday,” our NICU nurse said to us. In shock, I asked, “why?” Her answer is one that will always stick in my heart; “because you guys will be getting out of here, I can just tell.” For anyone in the NICU the words “getting out” seem like a dream come true.
If you’re considering a zoo membership, hop onto the zoo’s website or give them a call to find out what benefits it offers to it’s patrons. They can turn “lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my” to “lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my my my!”
And yikes. It happened. Of course. The moment that every single parent secretly, or not-so-secretly, hopes will never, ever, ever happen to them. Your Little one pooped. At the pool. They gave you no notice, no warning, nothing but poop and a crowd. Now what?! Before the panic sets in, evaluate the situation and follow the steps outlined below for easiest handling of your current situation!
It can be hard to recognize, and even harder to accept, that your child may have a developmental delay - especially when they are otherwise thriving and healthy. In this week’s blog one of our blog writers, Bonnie Pyles, shares her experience in identifying her son’s speech delay and the resources and people who helped her family face it head on
...the loud music might be a little quieter and of a different caliber, and the beverages might be in a box rather than a bottle, but the fun is all the same. If you are planning to go boating with your Little one(s), check out my helpful hints and the mom hacks that I’ve found to be helpful on our boating trips!