Week 09 of 2010

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Snack Food Dinners Make Kids (and moms) Happy

Snack Food Dinners Make Kids (and moms) Happy

The ‘small plate’ concept works great for them, too! Get some starter ideas here. Then go wild …

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DAILY FIND: Bring Back Family Game Night!

DAILY FIND: Bring Back Family Game Night!

Lose the remote? Click below to get a listing of the most popular family board games broken down by age. Have some fun!

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DAILY FIND: Food Rules Worth Following

DAILY FIND: Food Rules Worth Following

Jane Brody tells us about Michael Pollan’s new book with simple food rules you can love. Click below for the link.

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DAILY FIND: New Non-Drug Treatment For Asthma

DAILY FIND: New Non-Drug Treatment For Asthma

Do you or a family member suffer from severe asthma? Dr. Gupta has an exciting story about a brand new treatment!

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The Competition Blues, or Wow – A New Baby!

Hi Mamas — We’re expecting our 2nd in August. What can we do to prepare our 2 year old ‘princess’?

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Get ‘Em Moving With GeoPalz

Get ‘Em Moving With GeoPalz

Finally, a gadget aimed at getting ’em up off the couch and onto the streets. Mamas LOVE this idea …

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DAILY FIND: kidsclick.org

DAILY FIND: kidsclick.org

A wonderful website put together for children by the librarians at Kent State University. Great place to go for information on many topics of interest to kids.

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Is YOUR Kid Too Fat?

Is YOUR Kid Too Fat?

So let’s get down to it. With all the talk about childhood obesity and all the media attention … how do you know if YOUR child is at risk?

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Who’s On Your Team?

Who’s On Your Team?

I just finished watching the last, heart-stopping Olympic hockey game between the U.S.A and Canada. My youngest is a huge, longtime fan of the sport, and over the years he has taught me to enjoy it too. So there I was, cringing and swearing and cheering over each lightning shot that zoomed across the ice. […]

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DAILY FIND: Should Your Child Be Gluten-Free?

DAILY FIND: Should Your Child Be Gluten-Free?

It’s being blamed for everything from digestive distress to immune disorders and behavior problems. But what IS it?

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