Do your days often feel like a blur of activity between when the first alarm chirps in the morning and when you collapse into bed at night?
Being a Mom is a rewarding job, but between football practice and piano lessons, homework and housework, grocery shopping and never-ending laundry, it's not always a walk in the park. You've mastered Mommyhood 101, moved beyond the diapers and entered the realm of homework, carpools and the PTA. Now what?
As we become more accomplished as mothers some of the rules get a bit murkier. Scheduled pediatrician visits thin out and then it becomes a matter of super-scheduling to remember when the next shots are due. Gone are the days when sniffles caused great concern, but now you're dealing with whether a biking injury will heal on its own or need stitches. And heaven forbid when the hormones start flying in pre-teen and teenage years.
Worried about behavior and wellness? We've got you covered.
Concerned about how to provide balanced meals to picky eaters? Dietitian Amy Goodson can sort out even the most challenging family member.
Juggling multiple sports and trying to avoid injuries? Texas Health experts are on hand to offer tips to avoid and minimize injuries.
But don't forget about other Moms in the trenches. The forums provide a great chance to ask other Moms questions and seek support and advice for your busy family.
Finally, don't forget to take care of you. If Mom isn't well, her carefully crafted schedule falls apart, too.