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Tips for Your Picky Eater

Tips and Tricks for Managing Your Picky or Resistant Eater

Picky eaters. We all know them. Maybe you’re even one of them. From an outsider’s perspective it might not seem like a big deal, but when you’re the parent of a picky eater and every meal becomes a battle, it can be exhausting. As the parent of one picky eater and one adventurous eater, I […]

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When Compassion and Hope Aren’t Enough: Lessons on action and advocacy from a former special education teacher

As a blogger and writer for DMMB, we plan content months in advance.  So several months ago I had decided to write an article titled “What I Learned From Being a Special Education Teacher” because March is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, but then last month our nation was witness to yet another tragic lose of […]

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Food Allergy Awareness Week - Our First EpiPen Experience

Our First Experience with the EpiPen: Food Allergy Awareness Week

Food Allergy Awareness week is May 14-20. Created in 1998 by the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (now known as FARE), Food Allergy Awareness Week is honored each May to shine a spotlight on the seriousness of food allergies. By increasing awareness, we can encourage respect, promote safety, and improve the quality of life for […]

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Xander’s Story: Bringing Awareness to TSC

Megan Kahn is a lawyer, yoga instructor, and mama to 3 beautiful kiddos. Last year she and her husband, Ben, and their two daughters welcomed the newest addition to their family, Xander Shiloh. Xander has a very rare genetic disease called Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), and we are endlessly grateful to Megan for sharing the story […]

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Down Syndrome: Stefanie and Liam’s Story of Joy

This month marks Down Syndrome Awareness Month and today we wanted to share our friend Stefanie’s story. Mom of four, Stefanie is on a mission that a Down syndrome diagnosis is nothing to fear! “Liam’s diagnosis made us all better human beings, and we will work tirelessly to make this world more accepting of him.” -Stefanie […]

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