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Appy Friday - Flipboard
Hi everyone, Appy Friday! Our top pick this week, a news and information app, Flipboard. Flipboard allows users to organize and customize their fav... read more
Do you dream of an old-fashioned celebration with a parade, block party, and other Fourth of July activities? It's easy and fun to get everyone into the spirit of the holiday—and it can be inexpensive, too. Add in a little history lesson while participating in kid-friendly activities to get the whole family engaged. Here are 10 suggestions for an unforgettable, but easy 4th.
Divorce. An ominous word, but certainly an important one. The sad reality is, not all couples are "in it" for the long haul, and couples across the U.S. divorce for a plethora of reasons, after just a few months of marriage or many decades.
How do you know when to get a divorce?
They say that hindsight is 20/20 and, when it comes to parenting, that can be true. Experienced moms and grandmothers share their advice for new parents and what they wish they could tell themselves now.
12 Fun Things to Do With Grandkids
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The Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Child's Reading Skills
Nothing is more important to academic achievement than being a good reader. Parents know their children best and can provide the one-on-one time and a... read more
Top 10 Earth Day Books for Children
Celebrate Earth Day every day by reading some of these great children's books about Mother Earth, recycling, planting trees, and all things ... read more
A Safe Workout for the Second Trimester
The following workout is effective and safe in the second trimester and can be done around three times a week to maintain tone and fitness. For exerci... read more
We may have more TV networks and more ways to watch than ever before, but it often feels harder than ever to find TV shows that the whole family can enjoy together. While adult TV is experiencing a new golden age and children's programming is breaking new territory on streaming networks, the family show often feels left behind.
How to Assemble a Graco Pack 'n Play
A Pack 'n Play is a great item for travel and a safe and secure place for your baby to play. But set up can be a little tricky a... read more
Thanksgiving Turkey Traditions at the White House
President Trump will pardon a turkey on Tuesday. Unlike the first president to receive a turkey, Harry S. Truman, Trump will receive two tur... read more
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It’s not a very glamorous subject, so we often talk about the changes in bowel movements pregnant women face.
Rosh Hashanah Apple Candlesticks Craft
These apple candlesticks make lovely table decorations for Rosh Hashanah, Thanksgiving, or any fall feast. Materials: A paring knife Plasti... read more
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year and the first of the High Holidays, ending with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It's a holiday rich with traditions, such as the sounding of the shofar and eating special foods including round challah and sweet foods, like honey and apples, for a sweet New Year. It's also a time to reflect on the previous year and look forward to a prosperous new one. Here are a few Rosh Hashanah crafts that the whole family can enjoy together:
It's apple season, and what better way to enjoy these delicious and nutritious fruits than to honor the pioneer who helped introduce and spread apples around the country. On September 26th, celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day and teach your little ones about this important part of American history with a few of these cute apple-themed crafts.
13 Not-So-Scary Halloween Movies for Kids
Nothing says Halloween like Night of the Living Dead, The Ring, or...well...Halloween. But what about Halloween movies that your kids can watch? We've... read more
Apps That Will Help You Actually Keep Your New Year's Resolutions
It's only a week in, but be honest. How's your New Year's resolution going? Mine, not so great. I'd hoped to start saving more mo... read more
Exercise During Pregnancy: The Absolute Dos and Don'ts
If you had an exercise program before you became pregnant, you can continue with this in the first trimester as long as you have the all-clear from yo... read more
Baby Name Generator
Shakespeare once wrote, “What's in a name?” When it comes to picking the perfect baby name, the answer is a lot. Expecting couples and new parents hav... read more
Celebrity Baby Names Starting with Letter
Celebrities love the spotlight, and what better way to grab public attention than a birth announcement complete with a strange and unique baby name?&n... read more