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Is it normal for my daughter to be two years old and not talking?

baby pediatrician

By Magdalena Oledzka, PT, MBA, PCS, pediatric physical therapist and pediatric rehabilitation section manager at the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York Some of ...

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My child meets most milestones late. Is this a pattern that I should be worried about?

baby pediatrician

By Magdalena Oledzka, PT, MBA, PCS, pediatric physical therapist and pediatric rehabilitation section manager at the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York First I ...

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Choosing a sport your child will enjoy

lacrosse

Dr. Daniel Green, orthopedic surgeon from Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC, sharing some of his expert advice on Sports Medicine and what to expect when your daughter starts playing ...

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77kids by American Eagle Glows Bright for Holiday

"77kids loves the holidays…because it is a kids favorite time of the year. We also know mom is busy entertaining, shopping and making things just right for the family," states Betsy Schumacher, Senior Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer of 77kids.

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Caring for your kids while working full time

questions for moms

How do you manage your work life with your family life? Do you have a babysitter, a nanny, use daycare when you are at the office? I’ve done them all! ...

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A must have Flower Power Speaker!

    Flower Power Travelling Speaker from Zazzle.com.   Take a look at these adorable speaker.  Actually you only need one to plug right into your ipod, iphone, mp3 player, ...

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Being Mean

Being Mean

I am ashamed to say that I was a little bit of a Mean Girl in high school.  I was cruel to a few girls who were having a harder ...

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My Unexpected Journey: Lessons Learned From Raising a Child with a Disability

disability

Becoming a mother has been one of my greatest life blessings, and, as the mother of a daughter with Ataxic Cerebral Palsy (CP), it’s also been an ongoing learning experience ...

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