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10/08/2012
Let's Be More Aware of the Subtle Sexualization of Our Kids It's rare to find a parent who actually tells his or her child, 'Go ahead, honey, and have sex! You have my blessing!,' but by trivializing sex and ignoring messages that go against our moral code, we may as well be telling our kids to do just that... More >>

Tags: FamilyKidsParentingRaising childrenRelationshipsRelatives
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10/08/2012
Lunch Box Fruits and Veggies It is never too late to encourage your child to make healthy food choices and build a foundation that will last a lifetime. Here are few suggestions for including fruits and vegetable in your child's lunch box... More >>

Tags: Eat Less-Move MoreEating healthyEducationFreshBaby.comHealthKidsParentingSchoolSimple SavingsStay-at-Home Mom
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10/01/2012
Mommy Likes Me Best! - 6 Ways to Avoid the Favoritism Trap Which one of your children do you love the most? I know what you're thinking: 'You don't ASK parents that! We're not supposed to have favorites.' But do you really walk the talk?... More >>

Tags: FamilyKidsParentingRaising childrenRelationshipsRelativesSiblingssisters
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09/24/2012
To Be a Younger Sibling My younger sister had to be scrappy. In our loud family, she was either going to get lost or have to fight hard to be heard as the baby or four girls, which is what she did... More >>

Tags: FamilyKidsParentingRaising childrenRelationshipsRelativesSiblingssisters
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09/17/2012
Eight Ways to Jump-Start Date Night My husband and I try to go on a date once a month to keep our connection strong and to enjoy one another's company -- without the children. After 16 years of marriage, lots of dates and three children, I've learned a few things over the years about how to get time in with my "boyfriend"... More >>

Tags: AttitudeDate nightDatingHappinessHealthHusbandHusband's GirlfriendintimacyKidsParentingRelationshipsSexStrengthening marriageWife
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09/10/2012
How 9/11 Changed My View of Starting a Family I was a high school teacher on September 11, 2001, not yet a mother. My husband and I had been married for just over a year and we'd recently begun talking about starting a family. And then that horrific Tuesday morning occurred... More >>

Tags: 9/11FamilyHonorKidsMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingPregnantRelationshipsRelativesSeptember 11, 2001
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09/04/2012
Find Your Zumba I've been going to Zumba on a regular basis, and even got the Zumba for the Wii so I could dance even more at home. Then it hit me. I had quit my job and dedicated myself to my husband and four children 100 percent of the time, and until now, forgotten to keep up with my own hobbies... More >>

Tags: AttitudeEat Less-Move MoreExerciseHealthHobbiesJobKidsMotivationParentingPurposeWork
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08/27/2012
Seven Tips for School Success Many families find the start of a new school year to be exciting while others dread it in anticipation of homework, early mornings, and school stress. But all parents want their children to have a successful school year. Here are seven tips to help every child reach that goal... More >>

Tags: EducationFamily/Relationships - Parent/ChildHigh schoolHomeworkKidsParentingSchoolTeacher
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08/20/2012
A Case for Year-Round School As a kid, I loved the thrill of returning to school after a three-month summer break. And later, as a teacher, summer vacation was an essential recharge for the next school year. Yet, it's time we rethink the traditional school calendar that's been in place for over a century in America, and alter the much beloved summer vacation... More >>

Tags: back to schoolEducationHigh schoolKidsParentingStay-at-Home MomTeacher
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08/13/2012
8 Things You Wish Someone Had Told You About Motherhood No matter what stage of motherhood you are in, you have probably wished at some point that someone had been around to tell you all the things you had to learn the hard way. What advice do you wish someone had shared with you once you became a mother? More >>

Tags: AnxietyFamilyHealthHobbiesKidsMotherhoodMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilityRelativesResponsibilityStress
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