13 Organizations to Help Your Family Get a Service Dog for Your Child

Seizures, diabetes, autism, deaf, blind - all are very scary terms to have said in the same sentence with your child’s name; but one thing that can help you rest easier as parents is to know your child has a trained service, seeing or hearing dog nearby to alert and help your child with their illness or disability.  A service dog can help them, and you do more and be more free, yet safe, while having a furry companion as a constant friend and second set of eyes to watch over your little loved one. 

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17 Excellent Resources to Help You and Your Family on Your Breastfeeding Journey

Having a new little one can be overwhelming and even more so when you are their sole source of food for at least the next six months before they start to eat solids. World Health Organization recommends continuing to breastfeed for 2+ years while American Academy of Pediatrics recommends at least a year+.  Remember no matter how long you breastfed your little one for (one hour, one day, one month, one year, etc), you did it and you breastfed your baby and should be commended for it. 

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