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How do you cope with food allergies? Although I have outgrown some of my food allergies, I am still allergic to some like mushrooms and certain watermelons. Avoidance of triggers is the best method of coping for me.
Fruit allergies in children often continue into adulthood for many people who suffer from allergies to certain fruits during childhood. I am one of those p
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Enter to win one (1) ecoAble wet/dry cloth diaper pail bag in choice of in-stock print. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 9, 2015.
Extremely positive review of the wet/dry cloth diaper pail bag from ecoAble.
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Is your toddler or preschooler learning about animals? My daughter and I explored reptiles during homeschool preschool a few weeks ago!
Lesson plan for reptiles for preschool homeschool curriculum.
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If your toddler or preschooler learning about letters? My daughter and I explored the letter G a few weeks ago during homeschool preschool.
Lesson plan for the letter G for preschool homeschool curriculum.
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Photographs of a bumGenius Freetime all-in-one cloth diaper in grasshopper (light green).
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Enter to win one (1) May Swiggydiggydoo box. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 6, 2015.
Enter to win one (1) May Swiggydiggydoo box. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 6, 2015.
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If you are searching for a new wet/dry bag, I recommend the ecoAble wet/dry cloth diaper pail bag extremely highly. Priced at just $17.50 each, the bag is extremely affordable. Compared to other similar zippered bags, the ecoAble wet/dry bag offers a larger-than-average size as well as two water-resistant PUL compartments that make the bag perfect for cloth diapers as well as other items such as swim gear. Over the weekend, I can use just the one bag instead of two or three of my smaller ones. Most importantly, the PUL is high quality and contains the moisture from the wettest diapers and cloth wipes. The zippers are also high quality. I highly recommend the ecoAble wet/dry cloth diaper pail bag for any cloth diaper stash!
Extremely positive review of the wet/dry cloth diaper pail bag from ecoAble.
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Enter to win one (1) $200 Visa gift card. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 17, 2015.
Enter to win one (1) $200 Visa gift card. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 17, 2015.
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Enter to win one (1) $100 Amazon gift card or PayPal cash. Open to legal residents of the United States of America and Canada. Ends on May 15, 2015.
Enter to win one (1) $100 Amazon gift card or PayPal cash. Open to legal residents of the United States of America and Canada. Ends on May 15, 2015.
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Adding to the overwhelming evidence that vaccines and autism are unrelated, a new study published in the child health-themed issue of the journal JAMA concludes that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine is not associated with increased risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) even among children at high risk for the disorder, notably children with siblings with autism.
Adding to the overwhelming evidence that vaccines and autism are unrelated, a new study published in the child health-themed issue of the journal JAMA conc
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Enter to win one (1) family prize pack valued at over $650. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 6, 2015.
Enter to win one (1) family prize pack valued at over $650. Open to legal residents of the United States of America. Ends on May 6, 2015.
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Is your toddler or preschooler learning about the alphabet? Check out the letter F lesson that my daughter and I explored a few weeks ago!
Lesson plan for the letter F for preschool homeschool curriculum.
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  • The Parenting Patch: Where Parents Grow
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Heather Johnson is the founder of The Parenting Patch: Where Parents Grow.
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Heather Johnson is a librarian, a student, wife, and a mother-to-be who is supported by her wonderful husband and father-to-be. She earned a BA in English studies with a minor in creative writing from Illinois State University in May 2007 and an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2009. She is now pursuing an MS in English studies with an emphasis in linguistics at Illinois State University. She is writing her thesis on multiple modals in American English and plans to finish her second master’s degree in December 2011.

James Johnson is a writer, a husband, and a father-to-be who is supported by his wonderful wife and mother-to-be. He earned a BS in communications with a minor in pre-law from Illinois State University in May 2004.

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