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15 Fun Things to Do With Your Family This Summer

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By Kristen Wint There’s an abundance of fun, family-bonding activities to enjoy during the summer months and most require more creativity than money to organize. The most important part of summer fun for… Continue reading

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Is Your Family Too Plugged-In? Try Going Screen-Free for a Week!

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Is Your Family Too Plugged-In? Try Going Screen-Free for a Week By Kristen Wint It’s inevitable. You’re inside a lot – watching movies, playing video games, on iPads, computers and more. You may… Continue reading

Need More Joy? Make a Summer Family Bucket List!

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By Michelle Klavohn We all look forward to summer as a time for rejuvenation – who doesn’t need a good dose of fun?! The chance of that happening increases greatly when you get… Continue reading

Making Your Computer Safe For Your Children

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More and more families have access to the Internet. Used with caution, the internet is a communication tool that delivers fantastic information. But be aware that navigation in cyberspace are has its risks.… Continue reading

Where Do You Come From? Where To Start With Putting Together A Family Tree

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Learning about your family history and your ancestors is important. After all, you want to know where you came from and who was a part of your family. Creating a family tree can… Continue reading

4 Ways To Unplug Your Kids

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Nearly all parents these days feels that their kids spend too much time online. With all the chatting, tweeting, status updates and memes, there doesn’t seem to be much time left for family… Continue reading

How To Control Your Kids’ TV Time While On The Road

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There are lots of family memories associated with grabbing your motorhome and going out on the long, winding roads of the American interior. It’s a time where families become closer and everyone remembers… Continue reading

6 Hypoallergenic Dogs For Allergy Sufferers

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If you’re allergic to dogs, you may think that you’ll never be able to have a canine companion of your own. You may itch, or sneeze or cough when you’re around dogs, and… Continue reading

5 Things Children Should Do On The Internet

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The internet is a great place for doing all sorts of things. Unfortunately there are always some bad things out there on the web but you shouldn’t think that the whole internet is… Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions For Teenagers

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Although setting resolutions for the new year might seem a little cliché to adolescents, it’s still a great idea for parents to sit down with their kids to figure out their future goals.… Continue reading

Exciting Ways To Announce Your Pregnancy

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Finding out that someone is pregnant is very exciting news! In any way someone delivers the message, it’s always exciting. Perhaps it could not be anticipated, or in some cases it could be… Continue reading

Things To Do With Your Nieces And Nephews

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If your siblings have children then it is important that you also develop a really close relationship with them. The bond you can have with your nephews and nieces is really special and… Continue reading

Moving Out at 16

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By Ondre Roger Agusilva There is an ongoing worldwide practice to push our kinds towards independence at the earliest convenience possible. While this act may seem just from the parents’ point of view,… Continue reading

Keeping Your Teen in School When They Refuse to Go

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By Kerry B Johnson Why is a teenager refusing to go to school? Years ago my first reaction when I heard parents and teachers complain was “you’re the mom, you make her go… Continue reading

Helping Your Daughter When She Is a Teen Mom

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By Kerry B Johnson What do you do when your teenage daughter comes and tells you she is pregnant? Strangling her isn’t an option. Parents’ response: The “real world” is already too hard… Continue reading

R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find Out What It Means to Kids

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By Corey Szwarcok Respect – An age-old term parents and educators beg of children with exhaustive repetition. If only children were respectful, we probably wouldn’t need rules. If children were respectful, they would… Continue reading

New Mom Under Fire for Postbaby Body Selfie

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Is the post pregnancy body the new weapon of choice among superfit women? Yes, charge critics of Norwegian soccer wife and fitness blogger Caroline Berg Eriksen, who posted a flat-stomach, bra-and-panties selfie to… Continue reading

How Important Is It That Fathers Take An Active Role In Their Daughters Lives?

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By Marcea Hibbert-Roye With the rise in single parenting, have we fully understood the impact of a missing parent, namely the father. The father’s role in the past has been the ‘bringer of… Continue reading

How To Keep Your Children Happy

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Keeping your children happy is something most parents strive towards throughout their lives. It is somewhat a mythical talent with their wants seeming rather insatiable. Parents are faced with the extremely difficult task… Continue reading