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Has anyone used a spray to stop shirt chewing?

A. C. asks from Chicago

Has anyone ever tried bitter apple spray for children chewing on clothes or does anyone have a better recommendation? My 12 year old son chews his shirt collars. It started during online learning and still hasn't stopped. It's a problem because 1) he is ruining his sh...


How bad is a broken bone really?

H. G. asks from Modest Town

My daughter(11 years old) was playing outside today and she fell down. I saw the fall, it didn’t look too bad, she didn’t really react. She got up, kept playing. Now about 3 hours later, she is still acting normal but she just came downstairs and said that she thinks...


Mama’s Hurt!! What to do or advice?

B. H. asks from Kit Carson

I fell down the stairs a few days ago. My back hurts, but I can deal with it, the thing I’m worried about is my wrist. It went right under me when I fell and I thought I was just sore, the next morning I can hardly move my right wrist...What should I do? Hubby wants me...


9 year old starting to get acne?

P. P. asks from Livingston

Hi, my daughter just started getting a couple red bumps on her face. At first I thought it was a small rash, but now I'm wondering if it's acne. Does this mean puberty isn't too far behind? She has no other signs of development. Also, can anyone recommend a natural s...


Teenage daughter got beat up for making rude comment about disabled child

S. F. asks from Brooklyn

My daughter is 16 and has cerebral palsy, visible difficulty walking and poor coordination. Recently she was arguing with another girl who lives in the same building as ours. Apparently they haven't liked each other for awhile. On the day of this incident both girls were...


Any others with a COVID positive child?

D. D. asks from Cherry Hill

My 13 year old son recently went to 2 doctors for ear infections and was placed on 3 different antibiotics. 4-6 days later he developed a fever, headache and muscle aches and a COVID test was ordered (I had to request this as we were due to safely see my ill father this ...


How Do Galactagogues Work?

by Brooke Nally

Things are always better in color, right? Colorful photos, colorful fashion, colorful makeup palettes, and for today’s extra special treat—colorful galactagogues, or more specifically, the rainbow of galactagogues…. More


Coach By Example...Your Kids Are Listening

by Kristy Pepping of Upparent

On your mark, beep! I dive into the icy cold pool, goggles on, with a range of emotions. Can I do this? It’s been years since I donned a race suit and swam in competition mode. What is everyone thinking about me? Will I make my family proud or disappointed? But I’m doing this for my daughter, despite my fear and reservations…. More


Make Sure to Enjoy Your Travels with These Tips

by Sienna Penfold

Traveling is one of the best things you can do in life. It gives you the time to relax, get out of your comfort zone, and meet amazing people. Whenever you have the chance to hit the road, make sure to use the opportunity. But traveling without a plan and directions can be stressful. Luckily, the internet is here to help with some excellent advice on smooth and relaxing trips…. More


More advice about rekindling desire after kids

B. A. asks from Ann Arbor

You ladies gave me really good advice when I recently posted about having a crush on another man. I don’t think the crush will go anywhere and I’m working through my feelings about it and taking a class from a different instructor. My problem is I still don’t feel ...