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Garden Tales

@ Cheekwood, Nashville

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Wild Things

@ The Wilderness Station, Murfreesboro

FREE Kid’s Hour

@ Whole Foods, Franklin

FREE Kid’s Hour

@ Whole Foods, Franklin

Sippycups & Mouth Injuries

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The poor sippy cup has come under fire, it seems. It’s just not a good idea to let your child run around with his sippy cup, says the American Academy of Pediatrics. First it was the tooth decay. Sucking down juice and milk nonstop were causing tots to develop tooth problems. Too many babies put… Read more »

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Keeping Baby Cool on Hot Days

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Summer’s coming on fast, and even on overcast days, Baby needs to be protected from the heat and sun. Ultraviolet rays reflect off pavement, water and sand, which is why it’s wise to cover your baby’s skin with a thin, breathable material even when you are out of direct sun. Hats are great protection for your… Read more »

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Now Bottled Water’s to Blame

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You do not give your children juice, you limit the amounts of sugar they take in, and just when you thought you had your child’s dental hygiene under control comes the news that bottled water may be the culprit that’s causing your child’s cavities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warns that bottled water… Read more »

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2nd Hand Smoke Bad for Kids

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A report from U.S. researchers says more than 1 in 5 high school students and middle schoolers ride in cars while others are smoking. Exposing kids to secondhand smoke exposure has been linked with breathing problems and allergy symptoms, and more restrictions are needed to prevent it, the report says. Anti-smoking advocates have zeroed in… Read more »

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Newborns: Handle With Care

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Lots to know with your sweet lil’ bundle. Here are 5 fast tips going forward! 1.  You may think he’s smiling at 3 weeks of age, but those rewards won’t actually happen until about the 6-week mark say pediatricians. A baby’s lips may curl upward momentarily … but up until 6 weeks, it’s probably due… Read more »

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Ear Infections in Babes and Tots

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Nearly 75 percent of children will have at least one ear infection by age 3, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. (Of this group, about half of children will have up to three ear infections by that age.) When the tubes near the eardrum (that connect the ear to the… Read more »

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