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Summer Goals

The countdown is on! 7 ½ days! That’s it! And no…I’m not referring to the upcoming Royal Wedding (although I’m counting down to that too, and my DVR is already set). The paper chain in my classroom says it all – I only have 7 ½ more days of school! And while I have had […]

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Bugs, No More!

The post is sponsored by Norman’s Pest Control, however opinion’s belong to the writer. I don’t do well with bugs. Whether they creep, scatter or fly, they make my skin crawl! As my toddler would say, “No, yuck!”   So if I’m going to have to deal with them, and least I get to work with the […]

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Women’s Health Guide

From conception to postpartum, pregnancy to menopause, women's healthcare needs are varied. Our readers often ask for recommendations for mom-approved providers that will help them keep their health a priority. Together with HCA Midwest Health, we hope this guide will help you find good partners for your own health and wellbeing. To inquire about including [...]
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Postpartum KC: Guide to Support Services

Hello new mom, soon-to-be-new mom, new mom again, and still-feel-like-a-new-mom-11-months-in (that’s me). Here we are post-pregnancy raising a child, and it’s not always easy. Mom-ing is a whole new world of emotions and physical experiences. This week is Maternal Mental Health Awareness (learn more at Blue Dot Project ). This year’s campaign focuses on #realmotherhood […]

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KC Summer Guide: The BEST Annual Events

We might be biased, but we’re pretty sure Kansas City has some of the best festivals and family-friendly events, especially in the summer. Mark your calendar for these favorites you can look forward to every year. Annual Marble Day The Annual Marble Day Celebration on May 5 in downtown Bonner Springs celebrates marble games and other old-fashioned […]

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