My daughter’s blind grabs at books on library shelves have turned up a few treasures.
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HandsOn Day promotes community involvement, and if your kids are too small to help out with the activities, they’re never too young to learn how to be kind and helpful.
If your declarations of “this is not a restaurant” still don’t end in your child cleaning her plate or trying new food, here are some meal combos for you and your picky eaters to spare you from making different meals for everyone in the family.
I have practiced in my head many times how my husband and I will handle all the tough talks with our daughter, like drugs, sex, and gender politics. But the hardest one for me–religion–is up first.
Now that vacations are done for the season, here are my untimely travel tips from late summer trips I took with my family. If this advice is too late to be useful for you, just print out this article, fold it into the December section of your day planner, then transfer it to your next year’s day planner for easy access when you take vacations again!
The duo from Young House Love is taking a break from their blog. While they regroup and consider what to do with the site, here’s a look back at some of my favorite things they’ve done.
Tips for celebrating expectant moms the second (or third…or fourth) time around.
The start of preschool sets the schedule for the rest of my child’s childhood: field trips, book bags, school photos. Bring it.
Summer is winding down. Here are some memorable moments from the last few months: popsicles, swimming, and lots of Weird Al.
One of the challenges of parenting is getting used to the idea that those teeny babies have the nerve to grow up.