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Digitods

12/03/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

Development is not just about iPad usage. It’s about balancing that iPad play with social, physical and imaginative play as well.

Honey Mustard Caveman Drumsticks

12/03/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

A Paleo, gluten-free, crockpot recipe with only 7 ingredients

Help! My Parents Are Zombies!

10/19/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

Has sleep deprivation turned you into the living dead?

24 Pounds of Candy

10/10/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

The average American eats 24 pounds of candy a year. Unreal Candy has no corn syrup, hydrogenated fats, GMOs, or preservatives.

Baby Blues and Beyond

09/18/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

I was looking forward to spending time with my children, volunteering in my son's preschool class, going to mommy and me groups but that isn't how it happened. I was overwhelmed by so much and felt like I accomplished so little.

ReUsies

09/03/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

ReUsies™ are an eco-friendly, cost-effective, safe alternative to disposable snack bags, sandwich bags and small plastic bags of any kinds.

Babyganics

08/03/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

The simple act of reading ingredient labels can open your eyes to so many ways that you can provide a safer home environment for your entire family.

Taking My Children Out Onto the Trail of Life

07/23/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

Our journey was no trip up Everest, but I realized that it’s worth it to tone down my pursuits a bit if it means that my child can come along. My trail vocabulary definitely changed: “Do you want your sippy cup?” “Where’s your pacifier?” “Here, have a goldfish cracker.” But taking my family on a safe outdoor adventure was worth some small sacrifices.

Helping Parents With Special Needs Kids

07/06/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

Ryan Groves of Brighton won gold medal in the baseball throw in the Michigan Special Olympics. We asked his mom Kathy to share a little bit about parenting a special needs child.

The Art of Babywearing

06/22/2013 ● By Rick McGarry

Babies carried in slings experience contact pressure, motion, warmth, security and sound in many ways similar to that experienced in the womb, allowing baby to slowly adjust to life outside the womb. Babywearing is ideal for fussy babies, high-need babies, and babies who seem to never want to be put down.

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