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The start of a brand new year is a time to look forward and think about setting goals and expectations. And for parents, having more patience, spending more time with children and slowing down busy lives to enjoy the small moments top the lists of New Year's resolutions.
The littlest of people can come home with biggest of germs -- many of which are acquired during time spent at day care or school. Here are some tips on how to keep your kids and your family free of bugs this season.
Before you head out the door to trick-or-treat or go to that Halloween party, you and the kids can prepare some healthier, festive snacks to offset the calories from looming stockpiles of candy.
Sunday, Nov. 3 is a day many adults look forward to, and one many parents dread.
The idiom, "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree," might apply to some parents and kids, but not all. In fact, in most families, the apple does fall far from the tree.
September is the time of year when many parents put their kids on a school bus and settle back into a fall routine. But some parents never took a three-month hiatus from this schedule.
Lunchrooms will soon be swarming with students who are hungry for more than just knowledge.
If your household is anything like mine, then you could be the prisoner of too much stuff. And beginning to organize it all can be downright overwhelming. Here's some advice.
Moving into a new home can be an exciting, but often overwhelming and stressful, experience. And a move with children in tow can prove to be even trickier, as feelings of anxiety and nervousness about the change in their new surroundings creep on. Here are some tips for your next family move.
While a break from homework and a more relaxed schedule in the summertime is a welcomed change of pace, that doesn't mean you won't hear "I'm bored" from the kids. Here are some active and engaging activities for summertime fun.
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