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Make life a little easier for the new parent in your life with these recommendations:
Teaching your kids how to practice self-care will lay the foundation for a healthy future. Help your kids learn to be mindful of their mental and physical needs so they can take control of their whole-body wellbeing.
Red Shoes Rock honors the FASD pioneer – Birth Mom,Warrior Mom, Karli’s Mom Kathy Mitchell – Thank you! Moms who drink while pregnant need Hope. Kathy is the sword of truth that cuts through the darkness. Shared by Jodee Kulp I met Kathy Mitchell at the FASD Teen Adult Camp in Michigan in 2004. ThisContinue reading “Warrior Mother Takes on FASD”
In this year of 2022, let’s review the past to move ahead in creating the appropriate changes for the present.
Step out in the New Year and discover ways your children can grow with creativity.
Red Shoes Rock honors the FASD pioneers – Elizabeth “Anne” Russell – Thank you!
RED SHOES ROCK SHOUTS OUT TO SUE MIERS THANK YOU! Sue’s compassion and voice helped many around the world. The week of September 11, 2001, I presented Fetal Alcohol in Australia along with a five-day program for foster carers and adoptive parents on living through allegations. Both issues remain vibrant and alive in our respectiveContinue reading “Dedicated Mums Matter – Australia”
Red Shoes Rock Thanks Neroli Endacott as a Pioneer in FASD Education Thank You! Neroli is renowned for caring for over one hundred disadvantaged children, including her notable (diagnostic) recognition of children with FASD. Initially, Neroli struggled to get support from local doctors as most did not believe her ‘stories’ or her personal “diagnosis” ofContinue reading “Who opened minds in Australia of FASD and Cared for Over 100 Children”
We are all in this together and it will take a whole world to understand! The Kulp family has graciously allowed the Best I Can Be: Living With Fetal Alcohol to be translated into Russian and Ukrainian. The translations were sponsored by UKRAINE WORKS. Mom’s Choice Recipient, Liz Kulp, as a young teen with FetalContinue reading “Free Russian and Ukrainian Translations Best I Can Be Living with FASD by Liz Kulp”