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Updated: January 25, 2022

14 Valentine's Day Games for Kids from Crafts to Candy

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Kids love to feel loved and to celebrate holidays. This Valentine’s Day, you can show your children some special holiday love by playing a few of these Valentine’s Day games for kids. Whether you play as a family at home or in a classroom party at school, there are so many fun games to make the most of this holiday and to show your children that you care.

Updated: April 25, 2022

How To Deal With Gender Disappointment: I Wanted a Girl But Am Having a Boy

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People often have a specific idea of what parenthood will look like for them. Perhaps you've imagined they'll have all boys, or one baby boy and one baby girl. Maybe they've hoped for twins for as long as they can remember. Some couples will try to follow old-wives tale practices to conceive a certain gender baby such as eating lots of vegetables and fish to get pregnant with a girl or only having sex on certain days of the month.

Updated: December 2, 2021

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How to Handle an Attention-Seeking Child

Attention Seeking Behaviors

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A 3-year-old appears happy to have a new little one in the house, but the sudden increase in temper tantrums tells a different story. A ten-year-old feels resentful of her older sister's academic success and the praise she receives for it and begins misbehaving, slamming doors and screaming at her parents.

Updated: April 22, 2022

What's a Normal BMI for Women? (Explaining Weight and Body Fat Percentage)

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If you're trying to lose weight while trying to gain muscle mass, and figure out how to do it all while still maintaining good overall health, you're not alone. Understanding what your healthy range should be when it comes to normal weight and your BMI (Body Mass Index) can get confusing. 

That's why we've sorted it all out for you with the help of The Active Woman's Health and Fitness Handbook and some handy charts.

More: Setting Realistic Weight Loss Goals


Calorie Intake for Weight Loss and Weight Management

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Weight loss is a formula of calories in and calories out. People lose weight through a combination of reducing the number of calories they consume and increasing the number of calories their body burns through exercise.

How Many Calories Are in a Pound?

Every pound of body weight contains approximately 3,500 calories. However, when creating a calorie deficit, it's important to still give your body proper nutrients, and not restrict too intensely. 

Updated: January 26, 2022

Changes To Your Poop During Pregnancy (Everything You Need to Know)

Pooping While Pregnant

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It’s not a very glamorous subject, so we often talk about the changes in bowel movements pregnant women face.

Updated: November 24, 2021

4 Months Pregnant: Symptoms, Baby (& Belly) Size and Development

What to Expect in Your Fourth Month of Pregnancy

Welcome to the second trimester of your pregnancy! The start of month four indicates the end of your first trimester, and you are now entering what many women refer to as the honeymoon period. Your energy is up, and your meals are staying down. You and your baby are headed into a period of rapid growth. It’s time to hang on and enjoy the ride!

This article will cover second-semester pregnancy symptoms, fetal development, and all the ins and outs of your fourth month of pregnancy.


The Downside of Kitties, Dogs and Turtles During Pregnancy

The Danger of Pets During Your Pregnancy

Household pets, like cats and dogs, are a part of the family. They give you love and joy, and I'm sure there's no chance they'll be moving out to make room for your baby. But keep in mind that pets can bring more than fun into your home—they bring in diseases that can be dangerous to both you and the fetus.

Taxoplasmosis in Cats

Your cat can quite innocently cause some trouble during your pregnancy. Cat feces can contain a microscopic protozoan (a very tiny organism) called Toxoplasma gondii. This protozoan can be passed to a human in two ways:

Updated: May 15, 2019

How to Freeze and Thaw Leftovers to Reduce Waste

Freezing and Thawing Foods

Have you ever been left with so many leftovers after a party or a big dinner that there's no way you'd ever be able to eat them all before they go bad? (Or before you got sick of eating the same thing over and over again?)

You can greatly the extend the life of your food — even food that's already been cooked — by storing it in the freezer. You just need to make sure you're packaging it right and that you thaw and reheat it fully before eating it again. Here's some tips on how to safely freeze, thaw, and reheat foods.

by: Lindsay Hutton

Are We Too Sweet? Our Kids' Addiction to Sugar

Are We Too Sweet

You'd be hard-pressed to find a child who doesn't love sugary foods, and chances are the processed or packaged food your child eats has some amount of added sugar.

But a sweet tooth isn't as harmless as it might seem. Our country's addiction to sugar is adding up to serious health consequences for families, and experts are saying it should be reined in. 

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What Boys Learn from Their Dads

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What Boys Learn from Their Dads

Fathers are different from mothers. They look different, they sound different, they play in a different way, and they usually have a different approach to raising children than a mother does. And that's a good thing. A boy learns from his father, without even realizing he's doing it, what a man is and does.


Abdominal Cramps During Pregnancy: What Do They Mean?

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If you feel cramps in your abdomen (the area around your stomach), don't panic right away. Sometimes cramping is nothing more than a gentle reminder to take it easy, and at other times it might be a sign of digestive problems. Occasionally, though, cramping can be an emergency signal that says you need medical attention.

More: Labor Complications

by: Laurie Mega

Cold and Flu Season: Are You Feeding Your Kids Right?

Feed Your Kid Right to Prevent Cold and Flu

If your kids are anything like mine, once the cold weather hits, their noses become little snot-faucets. From October to April, it's one cold after another. We've dealt with everything from sniffles to full-on respiratory infections.

Cold and flu season is tough for little guys, especially since their immune systems are still learning how to fight off germs.

Of course, the best way to keep your kids healthy is to make sure they get plenty of sleep, plenty of fluids and a diet rich in a variety of vitamins, minerals and whole grains.


Digestive Problems During Pregnancy

Digestive Problems During Pregnancy

Constipation, hemorrhoids, indigestion, heartburn, flatulence and belching are all part of the fun of pregnancy. There's nothing to be embarrassed about here—it's a fact of life. Here's a breakdown of some of the issues you might experience.

More: Pooping and Pregnancy: a Step-by-Step Guide


Most of the digestive problems of pregnancy begin with constipation. This condition is universally common in pregnant women for many reasons:


What to Expect When You're Three Months Pregnant

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This is a landmark month as you finish up your first trimester! By the end of this month, your baby will grow to more than three inches in length and almost one ounce, about the size and heft of a roll of Life Savers. His head accounts for one-third of his total length, and his tongue, salivary glands and taste buds have formed. You make first contact this month as you hear his heartbeat and perhaps even see him on ultrasound.


Match Game

Match Game

Match Game is based upon the old television game show of the same name. You can play it at least two different ways. My sisters and I used to play our own home version all the time. We just got pens and pieces of paper and made up our own questions.

You have to divide into two or more teams of an equal number of people. Each team has a captain. You'll also need one leader to ask the questions. This person will be a neutral party like a game show emcee. He or she is not part of either team.