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10 Ways Being Tired Hurts Children

What damage can overtiredness cause your child? Are sleep aids safe for children?

No More Grocery Wars

Does taking the kids to the grocery story make you crazy? Find out how to survive the experience with your sanity intact.

Enjoy the Terrific Twos

Don't believe the hype about the terrible twos! Discover how to enjoy this age of inquisitiveness and growing independence.

Preschoolers and Praise

How to use praise properly to inspire and nurture your preschooler

Parting with the Pacifier

How to drop the binky habit, for parents and baby!

How to Savor the Moments as Your Child Grows

Learn how to slow down and enjoy each phase of childhood as your child grows.

Dental Care for Each Age & Stage

Learn how to keep your child's teeth healthy from the toddler years through the teens.

Protected at the Playground

What to look for at playgrounds — indoors and outside — to ensure your child can play safely

Child Passenger Safety

Make sure your child rides in the car safely with these tips from the pros.

Is Transracial Adoption for You?

Find out what you need to know before adopting a child from another race

Time-Management Tips By Age

Teach your kids time-management skills in age-appropriate ways.

Prevent Infant and Toddler Head Injuries at Home

Tips to reduce the chances your infant or toddler will receive a head injury at home.
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The Dyeds vs. the Whites

Mom blogger Stacy Heenan Biscardi delves into one of the great social non-issues of our time: dyed versus white hair in the senior set.

Kid-Friendly Summer Vacation Tips & Tricks

Mom blogger offers kid–proven secrets to sane summer travel.

Franklin's Mirror Maze Explores Numbers in Nature

Mom blogger Erin Flynn Jay describes the Franklin Institute's Mirror Maze exhibit, open through Sept. 4, 2017.

Diffusing Essential Oils for Kids

Get recipes for blends of essential oils that can help your child sleep, wake up, or focus on homework.
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Newest In Home Life

Keep those top-notch reading skills intact

Prevent the dreaded summer slide and let your kids curl up with a cool lemonade and one of these books, suggested by children’s literature experts at The Horn Book.

Is organic produce worth the added cost?

When you can afford to buy organic, you should for many reasons: health, environment and economy.

The Best New Kindie Music

If one artist’s work forms the roots of independent kids’ music (aka “kindie”), that artist is Raffi. His 1976 release Singable Songs for the Very Young featured simple melodies and concepts parents and kids could share, and Raffi raised the visibility of kids’ music away from commercial tie-ins.

Saving for college

Many parents don’t plan or know where, when and how to start saving for college. College provides years of discovery and growth but comes with a hefty price tag and annual tuition costs continue to rise.
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Newest In Education

Summer Writing: Make it fun!

Your child can explore the joys of writing this summer with your support if you write together as a family and share your work.

Tips for retaining school skills

Learning moments abound during daily activities outside of school. Use these opportunities to hang on to reading, writing and math skills over the summer and get a jump on next term.

Prepare for Your Child’s Transition to Adulthood

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that once a child with special needs turns 16, her Individualized Education Program (IEP) must include a discussion about transition services.

Saving for college

Many parents don’t plan or know where, when and how to start saving for college. College provides years of discovery and growth but comes with a hefty price tag and annual tuition costs continue to rise.
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