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Holistic South Pregnancy & Birth Center

Posted by on Apr 6, 2014 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dreams really do come True!!! With so many requests over the years, I have wanted to offer a safe, alternative to hospital birthing. With the effort of many,  HOLISTIC SOUTH PREGNANCY & BIRTH CENTER  is Born!!! The first Birth Center in the South that will offer Waterbirths, Education, Prenatal & Postnatal Care and much, much more.  Estimated to Open this Fall!!!  I thank GOD first, the support of family and all who will work together to make this the BEST Birth Center in South Florida!!! If you would like more information on planning...

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Trust the Universe, Trust Birth!

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014 in Sliders | 0 comments

Nothing happens in our lives and in the world without purpose The path that speeds us toward our dreams can be a challenging and complex one, so it’s easy to get bogged down in confusion and insecurities. We often hesitate at the start of that path, questioning our purpose or our capabilities. Yet we should be moving forward joyously, eager to discover what destiny has in store for us. The universe has plans for us that eclipse anything we have dreamed of thus far. Though we must work diligently to fulfill our potential and to accomplish our...

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Prenatal Yoga Benefits

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

The Benefits of Prenatal Yoga for  Pregnancy, Labor & Birth  by: Debra Geymayr So, you have experienced the joy of finding out that you are pregnant and now you feel . . . different, in a surreal sort of way. You are likely thinking about your pregnancy all throughout your day. It may be a secret that you blissfully carry, or perhaps you feel too ill to experience much bliss at all. For many women this bliss of pregnancy can also bring with it emotional and physical transitions which can feel quite challenging. Your needs may seem to be...

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Healthy Granola Recipe for Pregnancy and Beyond

Posted by on Nov 3, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

HOW ABOUT A CUSTOM MADE GRANOLA FOR ENERGY & PROTEIN  You can adjust this any way you like, using your favorite nuts ! 1 cup roasted hazelnuts – chopped into big pieces 1 cup roasted cashews – chopped into big pieces 1 cup organic oats 1 cup slivered almonds or almond pieces 1 cup sweetened shredded coconut 3 tablespoons – veggie oil 2 tablespoons – honey STIR TOGETHER AND SPREAD EVENLY ON BAKING PAN. BAKE AT 350 degrees for 20 minutes – shaking the pan around at 10 minutes.  When finished, toss together and...

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Dads with Daughters Part 5 of 5

Posted by on Nov 3, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dads with Daughters Part 5 of 5

36. Few things in life are more comforting to a crying little girl than her father’s hand. Never forget this.          37. Introduce her to the swings at your local park. She’ll squeal for you to push her higher and faster. Her definition of “higher and faster” is probably not the same as yours. Keep that in mind. 38. When she’s a bit older, your definition of higher and faster will be a lot closer to hers. When that day comes, go ahead… give it all you’ve got. 39. Holding her upside down by the legs while she giggles and screams...

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Dads with Daughters Part 4 of 5

Posted by on Oct 12, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dads with Daughters Part 4 of 5

25. Letting her ride on your shoulders is pure magic. Do it now while you have a strong back and she’s still tiny. 26. It is in her nature to make music. It’s up to you to introduce her to the joy of socks on a wooden floor. 27. If there’s a splash park near your home, take her there often. She will be drawn to the water like a duck to a puddle. 28. She will eagerly await your return home from work in the evenings. Don’t be late. 29. If her mom enrolls her in swim lessons, make sure you get in the pool too. Don’t be intimidated if there are...

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Vitamin D for Infants

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Posted on June 25, 2012 by John Cannell, MD   It just never made sense  that 40 years ago, a professors at UNC School of Medicine casually announced human breast milk contained no vitamin D. “How can that be? How can that possibly be? That makes no sense,” I thought. “Was primitive man supposed to give their infants vitamin D pills that didn’t even exist?” Biomarkers: How high does your vitamin D level have to be to maximally suppress parathyroid hormone? How high does your vitamin D level have to be to maximally improve calcium...

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Dads with Daughters Part 3 of 5

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dads with Daughters Part 3 of 5

Continued from previous Blog! 50 Rules for Dads with Daughters… 19. Teach her to change a flat. A tire without air need not be a major panic inducing event in her life. She’ll still call you crying the first time it happens.   20. Take her camping. Immerse her in the great outdoors. Watch her eyes fill with wonder the first time she sees the beauty of wide open spaces. Leave the iPod at home. 21. Let her hold the wheel. She will always remember when daddy let her drive.   22. She’s as smart as any boy. Make sure she knows that....

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Dads with Daughters Part 2 of 5

Posted by on Sep 3, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dads with Daughters Part 2 of 5

Continued from previous Blog! 50 Rules for Dads with Daughters… 11. There will come a day when she asks for a puppy. Don’t over think it. At least one time in her life, just say, “Yes.” 12. It’s never too early to start teaching her about money. She will still probably suck you dry as a teenager… and on her wedding day.     13. Make pancakes in the shape of her age for breakfast on her birthday. In a pinch, donuts with pink sprinkles and a candle will suffice.   14. Buy her a pair of Chucks as soon as she starts walking....

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Dads with Daughters Part 1 of 5

Posted by on Aug 24, 2013 in Sliders | 0 comments

Dads with Daughters Part 1 of 5

50 Rules for Dads of Daughters by Michael Mitchell 1. Love her mom. Treat her mother with respect, honor, and a big heaping spoonful of public displays of affection. When she grows up, the odds are good she’ll fall in love with and marry someone who treats her much like you treated her mother. Good or bad, that’s just the way it is. I’d prefer good. 2. Save the day. She’ll grow up looking for a hero. It might as well be you. She’ll need you to come through for her over and over again throughout her life. Rise to the occasion. Red cape and...

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