Archive for July, 2016


Your Baby is Precious, So is Their Skin

Written by Family Magazine. Posted in Fitted sheet crib, Potty training sheets, Waterproof crib sheets

Fitted waterproof mattress protector

If you’re a new parent, your mind is probably reeling with a million and one different things at once. That’s perfectly normal. Parenthood is a major step in life, and one that’s not to be taken lightly. But it’s also an exciting milestone, and one that should be embraced.

All that being said, it’s probably still a challenge to ease your mind from all the anxieties that come from having a child or children, like how to take care of their health, how to teach them, how to feed them, and how to protect them. One of the most delicate parts of a new child is their skin. As we’ve come to know through countless idioms, a baby’s skin is incredibly smooth, and with this smoothness comes great vulnerability.

But there are many ways to care for your child’s skin. The three main environmental fact


Nearly 70% of People Turning 65 Will Require Three Years of Home Care?

Written by Family Magazine. Posted in Alzheimer?s caregivers, Bellevue hospice, Senior home care bellevue

Geriatric care management

It is difficult to forget the frustration you felt that Saturday morning in July.
When you told our dad you would drive 75 miles and join him at the 40th Annual Antique Tractor Exposition and Flea Market, he was thrilled. His other plans had fallen through. Not surprisingly, when you are 84-years old you do not always have a large crop of friends and relatives who want to join you on these weekend excursions. One friend was in bed letting the medicine from the latest epidural shot take effect and give him relief from his back pain. Another younger companion had commitments that he had made to his wife and her family and was out of town for the weekend. Not to be deterred, your father said he was still planning to attend the event that he had not missed once in the last 15 years. And while he sai