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Conscious Kids : Teaching Children the Art of Yoga by Hope Wills of Sama Yoga Houston
Feb13

Conscious Kids : Teaching Children the Art of Yoga by Hope Wills of Sama Yoga Houston

What if we taught kids to tune into their bodies and breath?  Yoga offers children the opportunity to take control of their responses to stimuli and stress and to practice compassion for themselves and others. 

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Smart Solutions for Soon-to-Be Parents with Disabilities
Dec13

Smart Solutions for Soon-to-Be Parents with Disabilities

When you’re getting ready to have a baby, you’re bound to feel waves of emotions, everything from awe to fear.  Preparation can help reduce those anxieties so you can focus on the good stuff. Read on for great ideas to help future moms and dads with disabilities.   Straight off the shelf.  What are your specific needs as a parent?  We live in a world with a wide variety of baby products available right at our fingertips, thanks to the...

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How To Get Your Toddler To Eat Better
Nov07

How To Get Your Toddler To Eat Better

Yummy Toddler Food is one of our absolute favorite resources online for, well, really yummy toddler food. Whether it’s mini pumpkin muffins ortenders, baked chicken  recipe developer, blogger and mom of two Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them (for example, by boosting nutrition with hidden veggies or nut butter, and baking instead of frying). She’s also written...

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How to Raise a Bilingual Child
Nov07

How to Raise a Bilingual Child

Much like learning to swim or ski, it’s a heck of a lot easier to learn a second language when you’re young. But did you know the other benefits to growing up bilingual? “Learning a second language has lifelong benefits from cognitive to social to health,” says Caryn Antonini, founder of Early Lingo, a foreign language learning system for children ages 0 to 9. It also may open up their world view without getting on a plane, says...

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Halloween Safety Tips For Safe Trick or Treatin’
Oct31

Halloween Safety Tips For Safe Trick or Treatin’

You’ve already made sure that the house is decorated, the candy is bought, and costumes are made/purchased/cleaned; it is never too late to discuss some tips with your kids on how to be safe while out Trick or Treating. Here are few tips before the spooky fun begins: Always have a responsible adult accompany smaller children Older kids going alone should always Trick or treat in groups; never alone! Bring a flashlight with you; it...

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Sleep Hacks for Babies – Improve Nighttime Sleep for You and Baby
Oct16

Sleep Hacks for Babies – Improve Nighttime Sleep for You and Baby

Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in life! Amid all the congratulations and excitement, it is inevitable that people will also offer the advice to “get as much sleep as you can now!” as if you will never sleep again!! All of that advice gave me great anxiety before we had our first son. Thankfully, I learned that babies can be taught how to sleep– it takes work and consistency, but it can be done! As a professional...

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