By Stephanie Mueller, Ann Wheeler
Childrens a while 3 to 8 could make particular provides for mothers, dads, grandparents, pals, teachers—all of the exact humans of their lives! Create a Made-It-Myself mouse pad custom-made for mother. Dad will love the peaceable chimes of his Terracotta song Maker, and grandparents can be thrilled with the image Puzzle. From the cardboard to the wrapping paper, and every thing in among, one hundred and one nice presents young children could make has dozens of ideal present principles that might make gift-giving significant back!
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Even if the doctor is right ninety-nine times out of a hundred, Kelly and I are seeing the one-hundredth child. Over the past fifteen years that I have been working with Kelly, I have been amazed at how intuitive and bright she is. She is a true Sherlock Holmes. Her ability to listen to a history and use her common sense, brain, and intuition to determine the source of a problem is truly remarkable. She has taught me an enormous amount about nutrition and how important the right diet and supplements are to attain optimal health.
You will learn everything you need to know about decoding your own child’s symptoms by reading stories about kids suffering with these familiar and very common childhood issues that nevertheless can have a negative effect on their everyday lives. Most parents are too busy to sit down and read a dry nutrition book cover to cover. They are also tired of wading through well-meaning advice on how to live with allergies, reflux, and other complicated conditions, or being handed a quick prescription to address symptoms rather than a plan to attack the cause of the problem.
One bite a day for three weeks will get you to a new place with that food. I’ve seen these strategies work again and again, and they can work for you. My colleagues sometimes say I’m more of a psychotherapist than a nutritionist because I spend so much of my time with families coaching them to try to implement these nutritional changes and strategies. The truth is, finding the right answer to your child’s health problem is often straightforward. But making the change can be stressful and, in fact, the ultimate challenge.