Why didn’t we test our girls after they were exposed to coronavirus? That’s a question I’ve fielded a time or two this month.
While in the throes of fresh postpartum hormones, I would breakdown if I thought about what it would be like now for Logan to get RSV or even worse -- COVID-19 with all its respiratory ills.
Pioneer parent and team member Heather chats with Momfessions in this episode all about social media safety for our kids.
What local obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) practice is accepting new patients? That’s the question we field many times through social media and our Neighbor Groups. Fort Worth Moms created a one-stop shop guide to finding an OB/GYN.
The sunlight, over time, can cause dark spots, wrinkles, and lead to skin cancer. We all must take under consideration the amount of time we will be in the sun, the time of day, and available shade to decrease the exposure.
Stay home for 14 days after the last exposure and maintain social distance (at least six feet) from others at all times. Yes, this means no working outside of the home, no leaving your home, and no people, who are not part of your household, entering the home.
Following my daughter's diagnosis of anxiety I obsessed trying to save her. Anxiety became a volatile current and we were both fighting to swim up-stream.