Snow Day 1: Four Fun Outdoor Snow Activities

You just got the robocall from your child’s school – it’s a snow day. Sure, it’s cold and you have to shovel, but make sure you have some fun, too.

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Traveling to Grandma’s Pt. 2: How to Help Your Kids Feel at Home When They’re Not

With the holidays approaching, many of us are preparing for the trek to visit family. These adventures can be fun, but they can also trigger meltdowns and other less-than-ideal behaviors

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Holiday Tipping and Gifting to Service Providers

You’ve been shopping like a mad person, checking off one recipient after another on your list. But wait, did you forget something? What about all those people who do the

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Teacher’s Gifts – Gift Ideas For the Person Who Spends More Time With Your Child Than You Do

If your child is in school, they are spending many hours a day with their teacher. Come holiday time, it’s a nice gesture to give a small token of your

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Un-Selfish Shopping: Teaching Your Kids It’s Not All About Them

You’ve been putting off your gift shopping in the hope that the perfect window of time will materialize, devoid of crowds and your kids. But procrastination has left you with

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Helping Hands: How the Kids Can Help with Thanksgiving Prep

Helping Hands: How the Kids Can Help with Thanksgiving Prep Hosting Thanksgiving is a huge undertaking, even for the most skilled host(ess). When you’re preparing for a gathering, it can

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Tips for smooth travel with kids

Traveling with a child can be a fun adventure, but it can also be tough on them– and you. Leaving home means encountering things that are unfamiliar and unpredictable, and

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Halloween Safety

In the midst of scrambling to fine-tune everyone’s Halloween costumes, do take some time to think about trick-or- treating safety. Whether you’ll be begging for candy right alongside your kids, or they

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Tech Addicts: Five Ways to Manage Your Kids’ Screen Time

It seems like everywhere we look children have their face inches from a screen. Whether they’re at home, in a restaurant, or even in a stroller, that electronic glow lighting up

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Fall Foliage: Five Tips for Hiking With the Kids

If you live in an area of the country where “fall” equals colorful foliage, right about now the leaves on the trees are starting to put on the most magical show

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