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Mental Health Mindfulness

  • Posted by Kim P.
  • On May 31, 2018
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  • anxiety, awareness, bipolar, break the stigma, depression, may, mend, mend minds, mental health, mental health awareness, mental health awareness month, mindful, mindfulness, minds, stigma
Mental Health Awareness As May comes to an end, so does Mental Health Awareness Month. It makes me sad to think that people might stop talking about this just because Mental Health Awareness Month is over, which is why I chose today to write this post. I would like to keep this conversation going even […]
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Sleeping Solo

  • Posted by Kim P.
  • On May 23, 2018
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  • babies, bed, bedtime, children, co-sleeping, dad, father, kids, mom, mother, night, night time, sleep, sleeping
We’ve all been there – curled up in our warmest comforter, dreaming of a world without responsibility, when all of a sudden your child creeps in – looming over you at the edge of your bed like a scene straight out of Paranormal Activity. You pull the covers aside and allow them to sleep in […]
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Breastfeeding Battle

  • Posted by Kim P.
  • On May 17, 2018
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  • breast, breast milk, breastfeeding, lactation, lactation consultant, milk, mom, mother
It’s a well-known fact that breastfeeding is great for your newborn baby. Although that is highly talked about, something that is a little less discussed is women who struggle to produce milk. Lactation Struggles According to fitpregnncy.com – the number one reason mothers stop breastfeeding is because they believe that they simply can’t produce enough […]
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A Girl’s Best Friend

  • Posted by Kim P.
  • On May 9, 2018
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  • best friend, mom, mothers day
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so I want to share with all of you a little bit about my mom and our very unique relationship. I recently read an article by HuffPost about the mother-daughter relationship and how it is impossible for a mother to be a daughter’s best friend because the relationship […]
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Preeclamptic Pregnancy

  • Posted by Chambrie P.
  • On May 2, 2018
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My sister was just recently pregnant with her second baby boy, scheduled for her second C-section and for the second time was diagnosed at 30 weeks with preeclampsia. Her symptoms began with severe swelling, as well as high blood pressure. Because of this, she quickly became a high-risk pregnancy, so what did she do? First, she went […]
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Reasons Why Everyone Should Become A Mentor.

  • Posted by Natasha W.
  • On January 19, 2018
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  • Caring, child, January, Mentor, Mentoring
The Who + What + When + Where + When + Why of Mentoring January is National Mentoring Month.  I can’t think of a more selfless and significant way to make a lasting impact on this world than guiding, molding and mentoring another human being.
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The Road Not Taken

  • Posted by Natasha W.
  • On September 25, 2017
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  • college, decision, intern, internship, life, path
  What does a published chemist have in common with a crafting enthusiast? A philanthropist with an ambitious young professional? An honors student with a new member educator for a sorority?   Maybe this sounds like a trick question, but it’s not. All of those people… are me! As I wrap up my college career, […]
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What You’re Really Getting From Meal Subscription Boxes

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On July 12, 2017
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It’s six o’clock and you haven’t even thought about putting dinner on the table yet, oops. It seems like the only options are the dusty box of pasta in the back of the pantry or fast food. But wait; what if I told you there was another option? Yes, meal subscription boxes might be the […]
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My Baby Has Eczema: Now What?

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On June 27, 2017
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  • baby, child, children, eczema, help, illness, kids, lotion, Parenting, remedies, sick, skin, skin care
It happens suddenly one day when you’re playing with your baby; you notice the red rash and bumps on their cheeks or scalp. Eczema. Don’t panic. A few things you should know is that about 20% of babies have this condition, it’s more likely to show up if another family member has it, it isn’t […]
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Battle of the Baby Formula “Keurigs”

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On June 20, 2017
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  • baby, bay formula, breast feeding, child, children, feeding, food, formula, gerber, infant, Parenting, parents, toddler
It’s 4 a.m and the baby monitor in your bedroom bursts to life thanks to the hungry baby in the next room over. Oh, you haven’t heard? 3 hours of sleep is the new 8 hours of sleep. Don’t stress, there’s a way to skip the tired fumbling around in the dark as you struggle […]
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