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Author Archive | Alicia Currin-Moore

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My Momo #momfail

Have you heard about the Momo Challenge? Basically, it is a picture of a girl who is in desperate need of some volumizer and under eye concealer, who creeps into video games and YouTube videos like Peppa Pig to command kids to do some pretty scary things. Reports have stated that Momo starts with silly […]

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Celebrating Black History Month in Oklahoma

Black History Month is here! It is an important time to recognize the numerous contributions of African-Americans in our history.  There are so many opportunities for families to engage in activities designed to honor Black History Month in Oklahoma, but first, a little history on Black History Month.     Black History Month actually began as […]

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Childbirth Almost Killed Me- My HELLP Story

May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication that begins around 20 weeks into a mother’s pregnancy when the mother develops high blood pressure. Preeclampsia’s mean, ugly sister is HELLP syndrome.  HELLP stands for H- hemolysis (breakdown of red blood cells) EL- elevated liver enzymes (liver function) LP- low platelets counts. I am sure you are thinking, “I’ve never […]

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9 Kid Approved Ways to Celebrate Black History Month

February is such a wonderful month! Love is in the air, my youngest son’s birthday, and Black History Month. Black History Month is not just a time for African-Americans to celebrate the accomplishments of their sisters and brothers, but a time for everyone to take a moment to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of the African-American […]

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