We love giving moms the gift of time, so when we partner with a company, we make sure it’s filling a need that all moms have, whether it’s something to help parents, enrich their kids, or make their whole household run more efficiently. This Fall, we’re all busy—like...
So many online places to shop these days, but we wanted to share some of our favorite LOCAL holiday shopping ideas! Jump to a section:For Kids We all know we can get anything on Amazon, but let's support our local businesses this year and grab some unique gifts from...
There are a lot of natural strategies to stay healthy during cough, cold, and colds season. Dr. Alina with Whole Child Texas is providing us with some great strategies to stay healthy during the pinnacle of flu and colds season. Children could get on average of 10-12 viral infections (“colds”) per year, but this doesn’t mean that your child should get sick almost every month!
Matching PJs have been a growing family tradition for years, creating priceless memories—as well as photos for social media! But getting kids (not to mention spouses!) to take part in any group activities can sometimes require some prodding. That’s why we’re sharing 5 ways to make the popular matching PJ trend work for your family!
Let’s face it, when you are an expecting mom you have a pretty busy schedule. When my wife was pregnant with our daughter, I recall every other week having an OB visit, a specialist visit, or a trip to the chiropractor to help with the sciatica. In the midst of all the appointments and busy schedule, something that slipped our minds completely was my wife’s dental check ups. It didn’t hit us until she started complaining of severe gum pain and bleeding from her gums. I am especially embarrassed by this because as a dentist I know how important dental check ups are for expecting moms. I immediately took her to my office and did a thorough evaluation of her gums and teeth, as I suspected she was going through some severe pregnancy gingivitis.
Dr. Alina believes that healing is multilayered and multifaceted. There isn’t a one-size fits all cure or treatment. At Whole Child Texas, our approach is slightly different from traditional medicine. We are not focused on just treating disease and symptoms; we treat the whole child by addressing all aspects of a child’s health—mind, body, emotions, spirit, family and parenting.
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