Prevent 2 Protect National Birth Defects Prevention Month

National Birth Defects Prevention Month #Prevent2Protect

Sponsored: Did you know – January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month. While I’m not currently pregnant, I do remember when we made the decision to start our family. Within a few months of making that decision, at my annual check up with my healthcare provider, I felt it important to speak with my doctor …

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ScholarShare 529

Plan Their Future Now With A Scholarshare 529 College Savings Plan

“Plan Their Future Now With A Scholarshare 529 College Savings Plan” is a sponsored post on behalf of ScholarShare 529. When we were new parents, our friends kept telling us to enjoy every bit of childhood because it goes so quickly. And just as they said, it has! My son is now 10 years old …

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Getting Ready for The Germ Season with a Wellness Basket

Preparing for Winter and Gifting a Wellness Basket to Teachers

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc., Breathe Right, DIAL®, Halls, Kleenex, Theraflu and TYLENOL®. All opinions are mine alone. #HappilyStocked #CollectiveBias Now that the fall is here, the weather is beginning to cool and germs at school begin to take over. The month of November is the perfect time to take advantage …

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Nature Made Multivitamin

Getting Back Into The School Routine With Nature Made®

This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. Now that school is in full swing, I’ve picked up some last minute items that my kids needed for a successful start to their school year. While at Target, I picked up Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Multivitamin Gummies and Fiber Gummies since …

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Childrens Eye Exams

The Importance Of Eye Exams At An Early Age

Through my son’s younger years, I just took for granted that his pediatrician would tell me if there was an issue with my son’s eyes. Little did I know that the typical vision screening wasn’t enough. Children should be seen by an ophthalmologist every year starting at 6 months old! Each year, at visits to the pediatricians office …

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