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Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Yes, your small guys can make some too. To avoid the make ’em and break ’em routine, take a look at these suggestions …

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Baby, What a Big Surprise!

Baby, What a Big Surprise!

10 things that may amaze you about kidlet’s first year. Actually, 11.

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News U Can Use: No Stealing Kisses Allowed

News U Can Use: No Stealing Kisses Allowed

Wow! Take a moment to read this essay. It really got us thinking a bit deeper about a lot of things having to do with “kids being kids” and the prevalence of sexism. Hmmm. Food for thought.

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Does Your Child Have “Affluenza?” Uh Oh.

Does Your Child Have “Affluenza?” Uh Oh.

A recent study finds that teens today are 5 times more likely to be suffering from anxiety or depression than they were during the Great Depression! But why, and is yours at risk?

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Funny, Funny, Funny! And Oh, So True!

Funny, Funny, Funny! And Oh, So True!

What does a 10-month-old REALLY want for Christmas? This “Letter to Santa” is spot on, hilarious, and will make your day!

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And THE Holiday Toy of 2013 Is ….

And THE Holiday Toy of 2013 Is ….

You will never guess (unless yours have already asked for it) and WE are truly thrilled!

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What’s For Dinner?

What’s For Dinner?

Did you know that dinnertime can act as a vaccine against teenage drug and alcohol abuse?

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Give, Not Gimme

Give, Not Gimme

Are you a bit stressed out about the whole holiday-present- buying thing? Short on time and, maybe, short on funds? We sure are, but the good news is that it’s easy to make the holidays less about material gifts, and more about the feelings behind them — especially for the littles in your life. One […]

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News U Can Use: Is Peppermint Dangerous?

News U Can Use: Is Peppermint Dangerous?

If you’re pregnant, nursing, or really little you might want to read this.

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Quick, BRILLIANT Teething Remedy

Quick, BRILLIANT Teething Remedy

Why haven’t we seen this frozen pacifier before?

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