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Parenting Corner: Black Maternal Wellness Week

This week is Black Maternal Wellness Week. Empower Generations works to support black maternal and infant health through its childbirth education, doula support, and prenatal curriculum. Click HERE to learn more about the week and some fun events, and make Read more…

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Parenting Corner: Dressing for the Weather

There is no inappropriate weather, just inappropriate dress. Even in these cold winter months, taking you and your child outside is vital for health and happiness! What? That’s right. As long as you’re are dressed appropriately, the benefits of outdoor Read more…

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Parenting Corner: When Your Child Isn’t Listening…

My child is just not listening! All parents feel frustrated when toddlers or preschoolers don’t seem to listen. Remembering that discipline is an opportunity to teach a new skill or habit, NOT a punishment, can help parents feel empowered to Read more…

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Parenting Corner: Rainy Days

Cold/rainy days can often be difficult with a curious/active toddler or preschooler. As we experience rain and cool weather, HERE are some great activities that you can set up at home with little or no cost. Which is your favorite? Read more…

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Parenting Corner: Rashes!

Rashes! Almost every child gets them in some form at some time. So how should a parent know what kind of rash it is and how to treat it? Click HERE for a list of common skin rashes in infants Read more…

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Parenting Corner

Vitamin D plays an important role in your child’s growth, immune system (health), and mood (happiness). Our body makes Vitamin D through sun exposure and by eating certain foods. But in the winter months, many of us, especially children, don’t Read more…

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Parenting Corner

It’s cold and flu season! We all want healthy babies and toddlers. Click HERE for some great tips and tricks on keeping your children healthy and happy during the winter months. A reminder that we ask babies and toddlers to Read more…