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October 16, 2014
Today's generation of teens seem to be following a disturbing trend — the thinner your are, the more you'll fit in. Although this isn't true for everyone, social media, magazines with their…
October 08, 2014
Halloween used to be a much more kid-centric holiday, all about carving pumpkins and making cute homemade costumes, and maybe a spooky scarecrow (EEK!). Now, many parents lament the lost innocence of…
October 01, 2014
You've likely heard the word "parabens" and "pthalates" at one point or another, but probably never gave much thought to what they actually mean. The reality is, they are chemicals that can be found…
September 30, 2014
October is Nationall Bullying Prevention Month, and we've complied a list of great children's books that help teach kids about bullying, teasing, and empathy. Reading stories about bullying can help…
September 15, 2014
Dave Brady writes about budgeting, money management, and family activities.According to a recent Gallup Poll, 68% of Americans do not currently use a budget to help manage their finances. If you want…
September 10, 2014
Ahhhh, pumping breastmilk at work....one of the less joyful parts of becoming a new mom.Did you pump at work? If you have you know...it's not easy. From leakage (we've all been there) to equipment…
September 09, 2014
We know you're busy with all things back-to-school, but if you can find the time, fall is a great season for getting cozy with a good book. Cooler nights and earlier bedtimes for the kids mean you…
September 09, 2014
"Was homework always this hard?" That's the question many moms and dads are asking as they settle into the new school year and face the new Common Core standards.While homework may not technically be…
August 27, 2014
Whether it's a classmate who is on the autism spectrum or a loved one with muscular dystrophy, your child probably has someone in her life with a disability that she might have questions about. When…
August 26, 2014
Tweens and teens may soon get to hit "snooze" a few more times in the morning. The American Academy of Pediatrics released a new policy statement this week recommending that middle schools and high…