Breastfeeding Awareness Month

August represents Breastfeed Awareness Month, a campaign funded to help empower women to commit to breastfeeding and celebrate the nurturers who do.  Breast milk is made for babies and is especially important for babies that are born with special medical and developmental needs. Loaded with nutrition, breastmilk is made of over 200 components of healthy fats, proteins, carbohydrates, antibodies, vitamins, and more.  Whether by pumping, … Continue reading Breastfeeding Awareness Month

The Family that Sweats Together Stays Together

Fun Ways to Stay Fit It’s no secret that physical activity can boost your mood by getting those endorphins flowing, and staying active is also good for your health, even at a young age. Staying active as a family will not only keep the whole family healthy, it can also bring everybody a little closer together and chase away the summer boredom blues.  Here are … Continue reading The Family that Sweats Together Stays Together

Does Screen Time Affect Children’s Development?

Over the past century, the presence of screens in everyday life has rapidly increased. Only 9% of American households had televisions in 1950. By 1978, that jumped to 98%. Later, computer ownership followed a similar upward trajectory. In 1984, only about 8% of American homes contained a computer. By 2016, that number was over 89%. The smartphone is the latest screen with skyrocketing ownership. In … Continue reading Does Screen Time Affect Children’s Development?

Miracle Child

To see Maebry Harrell running around, playing and enjoying life like any other two year old child today, you would never know that the daughter of Larry and Denise Harrell went through open heart surgery before her 1st birthday. Thankfully, that’s just the image that Maebry’s parents hope others see when they meet Maebry as she continues to grow and heal from her earlier issues. … Continue reading Miracle Child