This post is sponsored by Royal Canin. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Royal Canin’s veterinary-exclusive gastrointestinal diet, but all opinions are my own. Royal Canin is not responsible for the content of this article. With Halloween (and 1/2 of November!!!) behind us, the holiday season will be in full swing.
In the coming apocalypse, we will all need skills. And writing funny Facebook posts probably isn’t going to add any value to my family, so I’m thinking about where my place will be. I think we have defense and prepping covered if the number of “Doomsday Preppers” episodes on my DVR is any indication. As
I’m an allergy mom. My 10-year-old son is anaphylactic to peanuts and milk. This means that exposure to these foods can lead to a severe, potentially life-threatening reaction, including blocked airways and sudden blood pressure drop. Something changes in you when you watch your one-year-old enjoy an ice cream one minute, then gasp for air
Halloween is just a few days away… and I know my kids have started talking about the things they have planned for their school parties and for trick-or-treating. While the kids are focusing on the fun… it’s up to us to remind them about being safe! Check out these 5 simple tips that can help
It will be Halloween in just under 2 weeks. Everywhere you go you’ve started seeing pumpkins and creepy spiderwebs. The talk about costumes has been going on for weeks… and we’ve recently started talking about what candy we hope we’ll get when trick-or-treating. The Halloween excitement and giddiness is in the air for sure. Kids