This post is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All opinions are my own
Parenting is not easy. We all know we are all going to make some mistakes while raising our kids. Our parents made mistakes, and some of their mistakes might haunt us now as adults. However, we are not destined to make the same mistakes with our kids. At least, I want to believe that.
This post is made possible with support from the Center for Parent and Teen Communication, part of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. All opinions are my own
As a parent, I always look for resources to help me have a better relationship with my son. Parenting is not easy, so when I found out about The Center for Parent and Teen Communication, I knew it was a resource I wanted to bookmark on my favorites.
This post is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All opinions are my own.
This year has been hard for all of us. We weren’t prepared to handle this health crisis, and it has been tough to be isolated from the world. We all have been learning to cope in different ways, but having a few people we can lean on has been priceless.
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
Since this health crisis started we have been hunkered down in our homes trying to stay safe. At the same time millions of Americans, including some immigrants have put themselves and their families at risk while performing essential jobs to keep the economy going while the health crisis unfolds
When I started blogging back in 2011, I really didn't know much about blogging, to be honest I just wanted a space to be social and start telling my story about the weight loss journey and in general my life living in the US after moving here from Colombia. Back then blogging wasn't as popular as it is right now, and things have changed a lot.