Heather Slee

Heather Slee is the mother of a beautiful four-month old girl. She and her family reside in Central Minnesota. Besides being a deliriously happy new mom, Heather works at a local college, writes in her spare time, and loves bargain hunting for baby gear.

Heather Slee is the mother of a beautiful four-month old girl. She and her family reside in Central Minnesota. Besides being a deliriously happy new mom, Heather works at a local college, writes in her spare time, and loves bargain hunting for baby gear.

Tips for Toddler Teeth Care

Monday, March 28th, 2011 by from Blogs
First, find out if your water is fluoridated, or if your water purifier takes out fluoride. If so, you will want to talk to your pediatrician about possible fluoride supplements. Fluoride will help your toddler's teeth enamel to become hard, which will prevent cavities and other oral diseases. Encourage ...

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If you are planning on an intermission between children, or if you're done having children, it's important to select a method of birth control that's right for you. There are many different options and it can be a difficult decision. Here is some information on effective options gathered by the Feminist Women's Health ...

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Themes for Pregnancy Dreams

Monday, March 28th, 2011 by from Blogs
Your dreams during pregnancy can be crazy, exceptionally vivid, bizarre, and sometimes frightening. There are some themes in pregnancy dreams that many women experience. Here are a few common themes and what they may mean: Childhood home or childhood friends appearing in dreams These dreams symbolize your past ...

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Dating as a Single Mother

Monday, February 21st, 2011 by from Blogs
If dating wasn't difficult enough, you now have additional players on your team. Be warned: Dating as a single mother is an entirely different sport. After discussing this topic with numerous single parents back "playing the field," I've put together a list of dating do's and don'ts to help as you embark on this ...

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Birth Announcements

Monday, February 21st, 2011 by from Blogs
For those who worry that sending birth announcements could seem like you're fishing for gifts, don't worry! According to Judith Martin, author of Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior, published by W. W. Norton & Company; Freshly Updated edition (April 25, 2005), ...

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I, currently, have one daughter. I can't imagine loving another person as much as I love her. Actually, a fear of mine is that I won't love my second child as much as my first. Those of you with more than one child now are probably rolling your eyes, but for those with just one ...

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Considering Adoption

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010 by from Blogs
Infertility can be a heart-wrenching situation for couples. You have a dream of what you want your life to be like in the future, and you feel frustrated and helpless in making those dreams come true. After finding out there are infertility issues, couples go through a myriad of thoughts and emotions. Some endure ...

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Preparing for Your Adopted Child

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010 by from Blogs
Besides all the regular preparation you need to do for a baby (or possibly an older child), such as buying clothes, toys, sheets, a car seat, and the whole lot, adoptive parents have a whole other list of preparations. Here are a few major preparations you will need to consider, along with ...

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How to Begin Researching Adoption

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010 by from Blogs
Adoption is a beautiful and complicated experience. If you are considering adopting a child, you may be overwhelmed by all the information swimming around out there and possibly confused where to even start. Here are a few tips to get you started. First, identify the kind of adoption you're planning on. ...

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When you start trying to conceive, you are excited. You wait the first month and hope that your period is missing. Then you do the same with the second month. Eventually, the excitement starts to wane. Maybe you're worried that it won't happen. You're stressed. You're afraid something is ...

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