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Stormy's May Update!

Hi friends!

We’re really in the full swing of things around here at Werner Park! Our 50th Season is upon us, and we had a great Flashback Friday back to our 2011 season, our first as the Storm Chasers! Our next Flashback Friday is on May 25th where we’ll become the 2010 Omaha Royals, celebrating our last year at Rosenblatt Stadium. Come out to see us in those flashback jerseys!

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How to Make a Pour Painting

I teach art and love learning new techniques. One of my students was experimenting with pour painting. I knew right away that my son Isaak would want to do a pour painting as well.

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Baby Skin Care

Newborn babies have delicate skin. Excessive washing, chemicals, detergents, fragrances, dyes in clothing and even baby products can cause newborn skin dryness, irritation, rashes and chafing. However, there’s much you can do to protect and care for your baby’s delicate skin.

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Stormy's Baseball 101 Clinic Emergency Update!

Hey friends!

Stormy here for an EMERGENCY Lil Chasers update! Time is running out to sign up for the Lil Chasers Baseball 101 Clinic on June 10th! This is one of the coolest events we offer at Werner Park all year, and it’s reserved for my favorite people at Werner Park, the Lil Chasers!

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Understanding Teen Suicide Risk Factors

As a teenager, your son or daughter will begin to experience the stress and responsibility of being an adult.

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When You Feel Like You're Not Enough

A friend recently confessed to me he felt like a failure in almost every area of his life. The pressure of balancing his job, his marriage, and role as a father exposed how he felt like he continually came up short.

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May Day Baskets

We all know that social media can make parenting seem like an endless to-do list. There is literally a holiday for everything these days.

What do you mean you didn't remember to move the shifty-eyed elf during December? Did you forget to dye your toilet water green to prove the leprechaun visited? Didn't you leave some time-consuming glitter lined bunny trail to your child's Easter basket? For shame! If it makes you feel any better, I didn't do ANY of those things either.

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Categories: parent-stories, lifestyle,


Safety for Sleeping Babies

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) regularly releases updated reports based on new evidence concerning safety and infant sleep.

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Fetal Development in the Third Trimester

As you progress in your third trimester of pregnancy, you are closing in on the finish line!

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Categories: pregnancy, development,


Advice for Working Moms

Deciding when and whether or not to return to work after having a child can be a very difficult decision for new and experienced moms. Some mothers desire to return to work because they have spent years building a career that gives them great satisfaction. Other mothers need to return to work to help contribute to the family income. Sometimes, a mother will need to return to work soon after giving birth because she will lose out on career opportunities or suffer job consequences if she takes any time off. Whichever the reason, it can be a tough decision.

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Gift Guide for Growing Kids

I have a son who just turned 8. And let me tell you, buying presents for him was hard. A lot of his requests were expensive, unrealistic, and not really even age-appropriate. I’m surprised he didn’t ask me for a car or baby tiger or something, to be honest.

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Highs and Lows: Navigating the Extreme Emotions of Parenthood

There's this stage when toddlers shift between the extreme emotions of joy and rage with alarming swiftness, leaving parents behind in a daze of confusion. For most kids it seems to occur around eighteen months. I remember years ago hanging out with my sister-in-law and toddler niece, watching my niece erupt into tears and just as quickly light up with smiles.

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Why Do Children Bite?

For infants and early toddlers, biting is almost impulsive.

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Hands-on-Habitat Meets Tyrannosaurus Rex

Did you know dinosaur means "terrible lizard"? Isn't that frightening?!

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Stormy's April Update!

Hi friends!

Baseball is finally here! The long wait is over! April 5th is right around the corner, and I can’t wait to get started on our 50th Season in franchise history!

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