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Torticollis: Important Information for New Parents

If you’re a new parent, you’re likely worrying about a million things when your baby comes home from the hospital. Gaining enough weight, watching temperature, figuring out days/nights – its endless. If you’re anything like me, you might also be obsessing over the shape of your baby’s head! As a pediatric occupational therapist, my clients […]

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Seacoast Valentine’s Day 2018 Roundup

Valentine’s Day: It’s Not Just for the Kids, Remember? There’s glitter everywhere. Glue sticks and heart stickers are strewn all over your kitchen counter. A sea of red and pink envelopes you. Your children are making Valentines. Yay. While they cut and glue on repeat, asking you every five seconds how to spell each kids’ […]

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Surviving a Big Family (As An In-Law)

Five years ago I married into a family full of vibrant personalities and delightfully chaotic holidays. I married into a big family. As the middle of three girls and hippie parents, I grew up accustomed to a household of quiet, laid-back vibes. In contrast, my husband is the second-oldest of nine children and recalls a […]

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