July 2013

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Can Parents be Addicted to Worry?

Can Parents be Addicted to Worry?

Worry less, enjoy the ride more.

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25 Cheap, Fun Summertime Things To Do

25 Cheap, Fun Summertime Things To Do

It’s getting late in the summer and you may be finding it hard to keep your guys occupied. But don’t despair! There are lots of things to do that are not only fun, but easy and readily available. And who says that entertaining young children has to be expensive? Not me! Why not give your […]

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Top 5 Mistakes Divorced Parents Make

Top 5 Mistakes Divorced Parents Make

This story, from WebMD, gives some excellent tips on how to split without destroying your kids.

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Does My Son Have A Gaming Addiction?

My son was a good student in elementary school, and a lackluster one in middle school. He finished out this past year with…

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The Shrunks Travel Bed

The Shrunks Travel Bed

Just in time for vacation! This innovative, cozy bed will keep them snug as a bug in a rug! Very cool.

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Melatonin for Kids — Yes or No?

Melatonin for Kids — Yes or No?

Have you tried it with yours? See what one pediatrician is finding in his community.

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Too Much of a Good Thing?

I’m 34 weeks pregnant and the dr says my baby’s on the small side. Am I exercising too much?

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Mommy, Can You Hear Me Now?

Mommy, Can You Hear Me Now?

Research suggests that cell phone radiation DOES affect brain activity. What does it mean for your kiddo?

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Snakes On A Plane

Snakes On A Plane

It’s that time of year again — families are gearing up for their summer vacations and making all sorts of plans that may include a (dreaded) trip on an airplane. The mere thought of leaving solid ground with a little one in tow can be enough to start the anxiety churning in the pit of […]

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No More Freedom To Play Outside

No More Freedom To Play Outside

Kids today are shockingly out-of-touch with the natural world. How many trees, flowers, or birds can yours name?

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