Parents and rest, do they ever go hand in hand? Can you remember 7 consecutive days when you felt well rested? I can’t! Between potty training, errands, work, dinner and __________ (fill in the blank) it’s amazing we can function in the morning. Add to this ever growing responsibility list: diet & allergy journals, doctor’s appointments, cream/medicine applications, and stress…then you get another level of sleep deprivation. Fun times! Infant/Toddlers (–) Sleep (–) Itchy Skin (+) Daily Life = One extra tired mama and daddy! The inevitable occurs as if a moment of telepathy happens, you and your spouse look Read More
…It’s More Than Just Itchy Skin!
Ever heard the saying “she put her foot in it!” after tasting a great tasting cuisine? Simply, put “she added all love needed to bring that dish to life! I have 5 quick ways to add a dash of love into your spouse’s day. 1. Highlight your spouse’s best characteristics throughout the day, via text, phone and in person. Better yet, how your spouse brings love to your life 2. Act silly together! If your spouse loves to sing (and you know that it’s not quite his gift), let your guards down and sing with him/her. Be animated and get Read More
One of the best quotes I’ve heard about marriage went something like this. “We can get so caught up in the world of kids that we wake up years later and realize that our spouse has become a roommate that helped care for the kids. When the kids are gone, there is little to no connection between the husband and wife.” –Unknown [Paraphrased] This hit me like a ton of bricks! Some families are great at keeping the love alive, they go out on dates weekly, hold hands while shopping or during movies, sing to each other on road trips, Read More
Last Updated March 17, 2017 By Andrea in Itchy Skin, Scratching, Skin, smnblog, Treatments with 10 Comments
Earlier in Part 1, we discussed why Jennifer began the journey of NAET to determine if it would be a miracle cure or hoax. Read Part I here. More importantly, if it would help Tristan with his concerns. After the Treatment At the end of each treatment session Tristan could have absolutely no exposure to the substance being treated for a 25-hour period. He couldn’t eat or touch anything made of the substance. So, for example, one time we treated my son for calcium. He could only drink and clean himself with distilled water. That was difficult. Not to mention the many Read More
Did you know there’s a National Eczema Conference coming this summer? This event is held anyone dealing with eczema! “Participants gain knowledge of the most current medical treatments, skin management techniques, allergies and eczema, ongoing research in the field, and nationwide support activities. The NEA Patient Conference provides an opportunity for people to interact with others who share in the battle against this condition.” -NEA Yet the fun doesn’t stop there! There’s also a Kids Camp happening at the same time for those with eczema, siblings and friends –all at the same location! Making this an event for all ages! Read More