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Are you interested in being a guest blogger for Jacksonville Mom? If you're local and you're a mom (or have awesome and relevant information for local moms), we'd love to hear your ideas! Please review our Guest Blog Guidelines for more information.
sharenting

Over-Sharenting and the Age of the Social Media Mom

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I find it fascinating how the rise of social media has changed how we as women lovingly brag about our children, and I ponder the consequences which come along with this new trend of...
halloween safety

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Little Trick-or-Treater

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Halloween has become one of the most exciting nights of the year for young families. Candy, costumes, and neighborhood haunted houses stir excitement for all, but don’t let your guard down when you take...
culturally responsive

Dear Parent, From a Teacher: We ALL Must Be Culturally Responsive

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As educators, we are dedicated to being culturally responsive. It is our duty to ensure that every child, no matter their cultural and ethnic backgrounds, are afforded excellent and equitable educational opportunities. As educators,...
KInderCare Jacksonville

New Baby… Now What?

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For every parent, whether you’re caring for your first baby or your seventh, there’s bound to come a moment when you wonder “Now what do I do?” Our friends at KinderCare have 50 years...
seasonal allergies

Fall’s Just Beginning: How to Treat Kids’ Seasonal Allergies

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The seasons are slowly changing in northeast Florida — and we don’t mean hurricane season! As we transition from summer to fall, you may notice extra sniffles around the house. Pediatric ENT Dr. Scott...

True Life: I Have Herpes

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It was Fourth of July week and we were enjoying a beach vacation when I noticed some bumps on my backside. It was uncomfortable when I wiped, but nothing unbearable. I spent some time...

It’s Not Weird: A Modern Tale of Co-Parenting

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“That’s weird…” It was a response I had gotten from a grown woman. It was a response my husband got from a grown man. The fact that me, my husband, our unborn daughter, my...

Keeping Young Athletes Safe  

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If your child plays sports, protecting them from in-game injuries is probably something you think about a lot. The expert caregivers at Orange Park Medical Center think about it, too, and want to help...

Parenting Your Children Through Anxiety: Knowing the Hidden Signs

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Anxiety is considered to be the no. 1 mental health concern facing America’s children. Even if a child does not have a diagnosed “anxiety disorder,” anxiety can be problematic enough to impact their quality...

Connecting With Your Child: Toss It Back

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Parenting is hard. There have been days in which I put my head on the pillow and hope that my children will remember more of the good than the bad. And believe me, many...

Dear Parent, From a Teacher: How to Better Regulate Emotions

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Contemplate these statements below before reading on... ALL behavior is a form of communication. Mature inner speech does not develop until roughly age 7. My (the parent) upset language becomes their (the child’s) inner...

Dear Parent, From a Teacher: Preparing for a Parent-Teacher Conference

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Preparation for a parent-teacher conference actually begins at orientation — when you don’t even know if you’ll need one! What tools are teachers using to communicate with parents? How will you access these tools?...