bridge kissing

Time with my husband

  I recently read an informative article in a Dallas newspaper. It was an interview of an older, extremely successful, popular and soon to retire Dallas Pediatrician. Some of his answers to questions asked have stuck in my head. One in particular was,What is the best thing parents can do to help their children? His … Read more

Sharing is Caring!
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppShare

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 babies outgrew them and used co-sleeping safety practiced worldwide. I support co-sleeping. Please note: the understanding of co-sleeping … Read more

Sharing is Caring!
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppShare

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 were … Read more

Sharing is Caring!
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppShare
signature wisemommies

Time Out

I’ve been using time-out for several months now. It works well for my son. One day, at my wit’s end, when my child was throwing toys, screaming as loud as possible and walking over books, I used a playpen in the corner of the room. When my son finished, I climbed out of the playpen. … Read more

Sharing is Caring!
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppShare

Natural Sunscreen for Children

Many mothers, myself included, are concerned about the potentially unhealthy ingredients of sunscreens, even if they are supposed to be “safe” for children. If you want to minimize the need of covering your child with these substances, sunscreens, there are certain foods that can be eaten to augment a natural sunscreen within one’s own skin, … Read more

Sharing is Caring!
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppShare