There is nothing worse than coming home from a relaxing beach vacation with a sick kid.
Wait, that’s not true; it can always be worse. As in, K-Bear could have been sick while I was jogging jungle trails, practicing yoga overlooking a lagoon, or sitting in a hydrotherapy spa with a green smoothie. Because I’m sure I couldn’t have done all those things if she wasn’t well enough to dig in the sand with Nana, splash in the Aquapark with SoulDaddy or run in circles in the Kids Club with a few dozen other children whose parents ditched them for some R&R.
So thank you, K-Bear for waiting until we were state side for your cough to worsen and the wheezing to start. Four loads of laundry and two hours of grocery shopping have nothing on a whining toddler. Hello reality. Continue reading
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There are few things as sweet and delicious as honey, a product which is used to improve the taste of a number of foods and drinks. Unlike sugar, honey also has a good reputation for being beneficial to your health. Unfortunately, this conventional wisdom may now have to be called into question. New research conducted by Vaughn Bryant, one of the nation’s top pollen experts, casts doubt on the quality and safety of most honey available in the United States. Consequentially, consumers may now have to think twice and conduct research of their own before purchasing their favorite brand of this savory treat. Continue reading