Gratitude goes out to the canines bringing thermal heat to my lower extremities this evening. Alba...you made it past Leah tonight in getting “put up for the evening.” Well done girl...my feet thank you.
Lavender diffusing😴😴😴. Sweet dreams🌒🌟✨🌫 🐶🐶🐕🐕🐩🐩🐺🐺 “They motivate us to play, be affectionate, seek adventure and be loyal.” — Tom Hayden
Sweet Lucy and Alba get a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️rating on the adventuresome and loyal and play. #blessedlife
#creatingspace #movingenergy #girlsbestfriend #blessed #ibelieveingoodthingscoming
The recommendations regarding your child’s health are ALWAYS changing. One thing that remains the same is that early life diet and feeding practices are important in establishing healthy habits. One thing to consider is the effect of fruit juice on your child’s teeth. Studies have linked the consumption of fruit juice to early tooth decay. The recommendation includes avoiding juice altogether for the first 12 months and then limiting it to, at most, 4 ounces of juice for children aged 1-3 and 4-6 ounces for children age 4-6.
When did you start giving your kiddos fruit juice?