Category Archives: Maternity/ Newborns/ Babies

Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Do you like curry? Do you like cauliflower? I wasn’t a fan of cauliflower until I discovered this way of roasting it to eat. Now I cook and serve it monthly! The reason why I started eating more curry and cauliflower, in addition to some other diet additions, was that I had developed ovarian cystsRead More

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5 Quick Tips for Reading

5 Quick Tips for Reading

 From the *kkr blog, president and CEO of Reading is Fundamental, Carol H. Rasco, thanked all members of kappa kappa gamma for continued support of RIF and gave some reading tips.  *Kappa Kappa Gamma’s national philanthropy is RIF, Reading is Fundamental, which serves under-served children and families through the development and delivery of literacy programs and campaignsRead More

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How to make co-sleeping safer

How to make co-sleeping safer

To follow-up with our previous post; Several of us, WiseMommies, have co-slept and this post is to help educate others on how to make co-sleeping safer. We used co-sleeping products to expand our adult bed until our children outgrew them and used co-sleeping safety practiced worldwide. I support co-sleeping. Please note: the understanding of co-sleepingRead More

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Shame on the Milwaukee ad against co-sleeping

Shame on the Milwaukee ad against co-sleeping

Recently Milwaukee ran a provocative ad against co-sleeping. The ad was beyond sickening to us, and we support the other mothers outraged by this ad. Our families are truly saddened by such judgmental, assuming, close-mindedness as well as false advertising. Several of us WiseMommies co-slept with our children in a family bed. Thankfully, our German husbands wereRead More

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Brain Development in Children

  An added comment from our supporting Neurologist, Dr. Steve Kirk  It used to be argued that the plasticity of the human brain diminished to essentially zero, in other words became completely set, by the time we were adults. This theory has been absolutely turned on its head by the progressive, continuous research of neuroscientistsRead More

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