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Round Up at the Panera Bread Register

Round Up at the Panera Bread Register in Support of Flying Horse Farms

This post is part of a sponsored relationship, however, we are excited for the opportunity to help spread the word about the fundraising efforts of this organization and the local camp they are working to support.Giddy up, Dayton moms! During the month of September, Panera Bread locations across Dayton are inviting you to participate in […]

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Heart of DMB: Miami Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association

Alzheimer’s Disease. It affects an estimated 5 million Americans.  With numbers that staggering, it’s no surprise that the Alzheimer’s Association exists to provide resources, advocacy, and support for families affected by this disease. As an elder law attorney, I regularly interact with people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia, and I’ve witnessed […]

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Earth Day Choices for Everyday

Earth Day provides us with an opportunity to evaluate our current practices and assess ways to improve. This is a day that is close to my heart. I challenge you to pick ONE thing to address this month! Forgo plastic straws Americans throw away an estimated 500 million plastic straws a day, according to treehugger.com. Despite […]

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Autism Awareness Month

We all hear about it and we all likely know someone or a family affected by it. However, how many of us actually know what Autism is? What causes it? What can we do as parents/family/friends to help individuals and families affected by the disorder? These are questions I asked myself upon learning a member […]

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Secondary Infertility: Seek the Sun during the Storm

This is part of a sponsored relationship with Springcreek Fertility. We are proud of this partnership and the ability to help raise awareness of local businesses and the resources available to our community.My husband and I both grew up in large families. We loved it and wanted to recreate that feeling in our own family. […]

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They Are Only Allergies

It’s been three months since we found out our baby has food allergies. We watched her vomit and break out in hives a dozen times before we figured it out. We started with catheters checking for infections to ultrasounds checking for, well, anything. Finally, $1000 in medical bills, 14 scratch tests, and 2 blood draws […]

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