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Guest writers contribute to the Fort Worth Moms content catalog throughout the year, brining expert advice, solid recommendations, and unique perspectives.
Keep your cervix healthy with regular trips to the doctor.

3 Tips to Get Your Cervix in Shape :: How to Improve Your Cervical...

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We do curls for our biceps, crunches for our abs, squats for our tush, eat a varied diet for our guts, brush our teeth, do cardio for our heart and lungs. But how should we take care of the health of our cervix?
Breastfeeding woes are hard on a mama's mind and body.

Momfession Monday :: My Story of Surviving Breastfeeding Judgment from My Family

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The amount of shame I felt about breastfeeding was intense. Not only did I feel like I failed her (I had postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, as well), I also felt shamed by my husband's family.
Kids can have fun and eat their veggies at Hardie's Fresh Foods.

8 Tips to Get Kids to Eat Their Veggies

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We all get stuck in a rut when it comes to shopping, which limits the exposure your kids may get to new foods. Easy access to fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables makes it more likely that you’ll serve them to your family.
Woman with Two Kids

No More Curriculums :: The Unschooling Option

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They learned to walk and talk and they pick up things from their environment, whether we like it or not. Instead of us telling them what to learn, we ask them what they want to learn, provide opportunities for them to do so, and get out of the way.
Set up your kid's room in a Montessori style.

Why I Chose to Montessori

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Our Montessori goal is not to accomplish x,y, and z goals before other kids or to make sure we are perfect all the time, but to foster his own interest, ideas and desires from an early age.
Homeschooling can be tough for kids and parents.

The Wildly Honest Reason We Went with Virtual School

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As it stands, I work from home and my husband is a stay at home dad. We had choices, and we had a body to care for the kids. We were, in short, very lucky.
Virtual school is a good option for non-traditional families.

Virtually Perfect Learning :: How Virtual Schooling Benefitted Non-Traditional and Medically-Fragile Families

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To say the learning process was seamless would be a farce; while I don’t believe virtual learning can replace in person learning, the socialization, and workload for the teachers, I do think it’s something to be strongly considered point forward.