As parents, we all want to create a safe and comfortable environment for our children to grow up in. However, that doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice style and aesthetics in the process. With a few simple home makeover ideas, you can create a child-friendly home that is both beautiful and safe. Continue reading Child-Friendly Home Makeovers that Prioritize Aesthetics and Safety
Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a serious neurological condition that occurs in newborns when there’s a significant decrease in oxygen supply to the brain and a reduction in blood flow. HIE can lead to severe and lasting brain damage if not promptly treated. In this article, we’ll explore the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for HIE.
Continue reading Understanding Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE): Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
Something that makes me nostalgic for my suburban childhood is seeing the cute Kiddie Rides stationed outside Supermarkets and shops when I’m on vacation. In this Muppet Babies-themed Chicken Rocket (which I will call it, because that is what it is) your child can ride shotgun with baby Kermit, with baby Gonzo (who, apparently, really likes chickens) in the rumble seat. Wee!
One thing that most of us have learned first-hand in the past two years is how many different tasks can be accomplished entirely online. While nothing feels the same as celebrating special occasions face-to-face, we’ve created innovative ways for ‘virtual events’ to bring people together in a safe space when circumstance dictates that we must limit in-person gatherings. The pandemic won’t stop people from having Birthdays, getting Married or having Babies, and a great way to let friends and family know that you have something to celebrate is by crafting custom invitations or announcements to send out. Not sure how to get started? Check out Basic Invite, an online stationary store where you can design the perfectly personalized card or invitation for almost every major life moment including weddings, showers, birth announcements, birthdays, graduations, and more!
When Robert Smithson died in a plane crash in 1973, his fame as an artist was based on his creation of monumental earthworks such as Spiral Jetty, or minimalist sculptures using both Mirrored and regular, plate Glass. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Robert Smithson, Untitled [Record Player]