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Swimming to Success with SafeSplash Swim School

We are so thankful for our sponsors at SafeSplash Swim School for inviting DMMB to experience their swim lessons. All opinions are our own. Taking your child to swimming lessons is a parenthood rite of passage. We’ve dabbled a bit in the swim lesson arena before with our oldest son. First up was a parent/tot […]

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Questions About Marijuana While Pregnant and Nursing

We are so thankful to Good To Know Colorado for providing this sponsored post. Due to the nature of this post the contributor has been kept anonymous. Ah, motherhood.  The things we give up for these little human beings. When you’re pregnant, there are a multitude of things you aren’t supposed to consume – goodbye alcohol, deli […]

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Conquer the Continental Divide: Kids Ski Free with the Rocky Mountain Super Pass

We are so thankful that our partners with Rocky Mountain Super Pass have shared this great information about kids skiing free for the 2017/2018 season! Spring may be just a few weeks away, but before you know it, the kiddos will be recapping their memories from summer camp, school will be back in session, and you’ll […]

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Babies to Boomers :: A New and Incredible Babysitting Service in Denver

We are so thankful that our sponsors at Babies to Boomers invited us to experience their amazing babysitter service that has recently expanded to Colorado. Finding the right babysitter for your family can be a daunting task. (We’ve gone through our fair share of babysitters over the years.) But as a parent, you yearn for that […]

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Real Life :: A UCHealth Birth Story by Lindsey Birkett

We are so thankful that our sponsors at UCHealth shared Lindsey’s birth story with us.My first birth experience was not what I expected, imagined, or wanted and did not leave me with warm, fuzzy thoughts. So when I got pregnant with my second daughter, I wanted a new midwife and a new hospital. My sister […]

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OB/GYN Physicians Support Low-Intervention Births

We are so thankful that our partner, Emily Prouse, MD, took the time to share this important information about OB/GYN physicians supporting low-intervention births. You may have heard by now that Rose Medical Center has opened the state’s first birth center inside a hospital. For moms who are looking for a low-intervention experience in a […]

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Conquer the Continental Divide: Kids Ski Free with the Rocky Mountain Super Pass

We are so thankful that our partners with Rocky Mountain Super Pass have shared this great information about kids skiing free for the 2017/2018 season! Spring may be just a few weeks away, but before you know it, the kiddos will be recapping their memories from summer camp, school will be back in session, and you’ll […]

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Why Being a Surrogate Makes Sense

We are so thankful to our partners at Colorado Surrogacy for sharing this important information on considering surrogacy. “I just feel so lucky, and I want to share that with someone else,” says surrogate Ashley M. Does that statement sound familiar to you? Have you ever talked with a friend struggling with fertility and thought, “if […]

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Should you consider a midwife instead of OB/GYN?

We are so thankful that our partner, Adrienne Ruhf, CNM, took the time to share this important information about the differences between a midwife and OB/GYN. Many women hear the word “midwife” and think immediately of childbirth. But did you know that Certified Nurse Midwives are trained to care for women across their lifespan?  A […]

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I Discovered the Fountain of Youth at Northpoint Aesthetics {& Special Offer}

We are so thankful for our sponsors at Northpoint Aesthetics for letting us experience their laser facials. All opinions are our own. Before having kids, I never really gave my skin much thought. I put on sunblock in the morning and moisturized at night, and that was the extent of my skin care routine. For […]

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Younger Women Can Benefit From Vaginal Therapy

We are so thankful that our partner, Kimberly K. Larson-Ohlsen, MD, took the time to share this important information about how younger women can benefit from vaginal therapy. What does it mean when the most tender of our body parts falls flat? The thinning, drying and inflammation of vaginal walls, called vaginal atrophy, that usually […]

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Breast Health: What to Do During & After Pregnancy

We are so thankful that our partner, Elizabeth Newell, MD, took the time to share this important information about breast health before and after pregnancy.For pregnant women, it can be amazing how much your body changes to prepare for the birth of your child. And while these changes are miraculous and beautiful, it’s important to […]

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A Doctor-Approved Smoothie Even the Pickiest Kids Will Love {& GIVEAWAY!}

We are so thankful that our partner, Dr. Gregory A. Buford, took the time to share a few tips about how to create an easy, tasty smoothie that’s kid-approved. Dr. Buford is also sponsoring a giveaway for a copy of his new book “Eat, Drink, Heal: The Art and Science of Surgical Nutrition”. It’s no […]

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Calcium and Vitamin D :: Early Childhood Essentials

We are so thankful that our partner, Dr. K. Brooke Pengel, took the time to share this important information about calcium and vitamin d for young children.For young children, calcium and vitamin D are absolutely essential for healthy bones, teeth and muscles. Children from birth to age five grow very quickly, and they rapidly develop […]

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