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Expecting a baby means big changes for your life on the horizon, in quite a significant way! While this time can be very exciting, it can also feel stressful as you try to decide on all the best gear for your little one on the way. One of the most important things you will need […]Continue reading
Have you ever reacted in a moment of anger, only to realize your assumptions were mistaken? I have. Many times. I’m working on that and you likely are, also. Parents, like children, are a work in progress. A few days ago I had the opportunity to exercise my patience and thankfully I caught myself in […]Continue reading
Hungry Feelings Not Hungry Tummy: Investigate, Understand, Translate and Transform Your Child’s Behavior Do you struggle, as a parent, to moderate the food your child eats? Do you worry that your child is overeating or indulging in too many sweets? Does your child’s behavior seem unmanageable? Many times we eat (or feed our children) for […]Continue reading
Tear Down That Digital Wall By Dan Olschwang Remember the wild & crazy days of TV dinners and Chef Boyardee, before gluten and GMO were part of everyone’s vocabulary? Now most parents wouldn’t let their kids within 10 feet of a bite of food without vetting its ingredients, calories, country of origin, even how it […]Continue reading
Tidy Tots: How to Teach Your Kids to Clean Up By Guest Author Peter Jenkins Although you may have to wait a couple years to have a conversation with your child, they can understand you a lot sooner than you might think. Not only will they imitate your behavior, they can understand and manage simple […]Continue reading
Snow Day Activity Tips for Parents Another storm is brewing and parents across the country–from Texas (yup an ice storm is on its way) to Maine–are once again stressing about the ever-dreaded “Snow Day!” Bad weather is keeping kids home but doesn’t stop parents from working in this technological age. Teresa Taylor, former Fortune 200 […]Continue reading