Angela Heidt

Angela Heidt is a stay at home mother of two who resides in the rural community of Fruitvale, BC. Prior to becoming a freelance writer she worked as a software support specialist for a Vancouver based brokerage software company. After the birth of their second child, Angela and her husband Dustin felt that their children would benefit from a more natural setting, so they both quit their jobs and moved to the West Kootenay region of Southern BC. Before long, Angela felt that in order to bring balance to her life, she needed some sort of gainful employment and decided to try her hand at freelance writing. In just a few short months she realized that her skill set was perfect for providing interesting and informative web content for companies and individuals. Today Angela writes on many topics, but specializes in content related to raising children and saving money.

Angela Heidt is a stay at home mother of two who resides in the rural community of Fruitvale, BC. Prior to becoming a freelance writer she worked as a software support specialist for a Vancouver based brokerage software company. After the birth of their second child, Angela and her husband Dustin felt that their children would benefit from a more natural setting, so they both quit their jobs and moved to the West Kootenay region of Southern BC. Before long, Angela felt that in order to bring balance to her life, she needed some sort of gainful employment and decided to try her hand at freelance writing. In just a few short months she realized that her skill set was perfect for providing interesting and informative web content for companies and individuals. Today Angela writes on many topics, but specializes in content related to raising children and saving money.

Early Pregnancy Tests

Monday, March 28th, 2011 by from Blogs
When you are trying to get pregnant, it can be hard to wait until it’s time to take a pregnancy test. Knowing how they work and when to test can save you from multiple tests, and can help you get the correct results. Pregnancy tests work by measuring the amount of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in your system. Tests can be conducted by ...

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When raising a newborn, you are faced with many confounding choices. Choosing between breastfeeding and bottle-feeding is one of them. Whichever you choose, at some point in time your child will use a bottle. It's important to know what will cause and what won't cause cavities. In a nutshell, ...

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If you are unfamiliar with the term, Kangaroo Care refers to a South American originated practice providing direct, skin-to-skin contact with newborn babies, particularly preemies or NICU babies. This method has been hailed for its many benefits to both parents and their babies. For those who have never heard of ...

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Chloasma

Monday, February 21st, 2011 by from Blogs
Pregnancy brings many fun changes to the body. It brings some not-so-fun changes too, such as Chloasma. Chloasma is also known as Melasma, or the mask of pregnancy. It's defined as a light to dark brown discoloration of the skin to the face or other general areas exposed to the sun frequently. Chloasma can ...

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Pregnancy and Round Ligament Pain

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 by from Blogs
During pregnancy, you get used to lots of new aches and pains that you've never encountered before. As your baby becomes larger, you may start to experience abdominal pain as your round ligaments become extended and pulled on. Identifying Round Ligament Pain While ...

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What is an Open Adoption?

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 by from Blogs
If you are considering expanding your family through adoption, then you will have the option of an open adoption. But, what exactly is an open adoption? The answer is not cut and dry because there will be different aspects to every adoption, depending on the wishes of the biological and adoptive families. Open ...

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Preventing Childhood Obesity

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
According to recent studies, approximately 66% of adults in the United States are overweight, and just over 30% are obese. In children the issue isn't quite as pronounced, with 15.5% of adolescents aged 12 to 19 rated as overweight. However, as the child ages their weight will ...

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Developing Healthy Dessert Habits

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
Everyone loves dessert, especially kids. While parents may be reluctant to offer dessert, afraid that it may encourage an already rampant sweet tooth, desserts are a part of our culture – and they don't have to be entirely bad for your kids. With moderation and a few imaginative dishes, desserts can be ...

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How to Handle Gross, Public Bathrooms

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
Even in the best of times, public bathrooms are not on anyone's list of the top places to change your baby (or go to the bathroom). However, with a baby in tow, forgoing the public restroom is no longer an option, unless you want a very cranky baby. The trick is to have a few ...

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Your Baby’s First Flight

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
Flying with an infant, particularly on your own, can seem like a harrowing experience. There are so many things to remember, and so many opportunities for disaster. However, with a little preparation you and baby can have a great time getting from one place to another. Airport Preparation Find out if ...

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