Ellen and Rachel

Ellen and Rachel

Ellen and Rachel are two old friends and “expert” mamas—one a pediatrician and one a family therapist—with fifty years of parenting experience between them.

Trade Ya!

Trade Ya!

Raising kids can quickly sap your energy and empty your checking account. Here’s a pearl that could change things in a flash.

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News U Can Use: Becoming A Big Brother/Sister

News U Can Use: Becoming A Big Brother/Sister

Many big sisters (and brothers) worry that Mommy will give all her love to the new baby and there won’t be any left for her. Here’s how to reassure them that your heart has plenty for everyone!

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Mother’s Love Changes a Child’s Brain

Mother’s Love Changes a Child’s Brain

It’s not like we didn’t know, but it always helps when research provides medical evidence for what we thought all along …

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Contagious or Not Contagious?

Contagious or Not Contagious?

Snotty noses, runny eyes and symptoms of all kinds. Which put others at risk, and which are harmless?

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Unexpected Benefits Of Early  Music Lessons

Unexpected Benefits Of Early Music Lessons

Auditory skills, attention skills and memory skills are but a few of the benefits that early music lessons provide. And the positive effects last all life long!

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Picky Eaters — Can They Live on Air?

Picky Eaters — Can They Live on Air?

Chances are, your picky eater is just letting you know who’s boss. You may be surprised at how balanced her limited menu really is.

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News U Can Use: Dog Danger

News U Can Use: Dog Danger

Can you tell when Fido means business? Can your kids? Important info for all about keeping kids safe around dogs.

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Breakfast Sushi

Breakfast Sushi

Mamas LOVE this easy-peasy nutritious breakfast, and so will you.

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What’s Fido Gonna Be?

What’s Fido Gonna Be?

If you need a little humor in your day, check out these kooky costumes for the animal in your life.

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Hands on, as you grow!

Hands on, as you grow!

30 (!) activities to promote motor skills and fun.

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