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Tweets, Texts & Emojis
Published: 10/30/19
By: Sandi Schwartz
Tweets, Texts & Emojis
How did we get to a point in which our communication has become progressively shorter and shorter over time? On Twitter recently there was a hashtag asking people to tell … read more
Turkey Day Revolutions
Published: 10/30/19
By: Christa Melnyk Hines
Turkey Day Revolutions
When we think of Thanksgiving, our thoughts naturally drift to traditional roast turkey, pumpkin pie and family gatherings. But if the holiday feels more like a tired list of ho-hum … read more
The Gender Dilemma
Published: 10/30/19
By: Pam Moore
The Gender Dilemma
I recently took my daughter to the restroom at a local health food restaurant in a progressive city. As you might expect, the restroom was not labeled “men,” “women,” “family,” or … read more
Teen Parties
Published: 10/30/19
By: Kathryn Streeter
Teen Parties
Most parents would agree that birthdays are a fairly easy win when the kids are young. Not without great effort and frenzied busyness, for sure, but more straightforward. Star Wars? … read more
Taming Turkey Time
Published: 10/30/19
By: Perry Perkins
Taming Turkey Time
The holidays are hands-down my favorite time of year, but it’s no secret that (especially for us foodies) they can come with a lot of kitchen chaos and performance anxiety.  … read more
Birthday Party Primer
Published: 10/30/19
By: Malia Jacobson
Birthday Party Primer
It happens all too fast: One minute, you’re wiping up the crumbs from the first-birthday cake smash. A few whirlwind years later, your precocious preschooler brings home a stack of … read more
App-titudes
Published: 10/30/19
By: Tanni Haas
App-titudes
Children with special needs are as diverse as any other kids, and there is a wide range of educational apps that can help them in their specific needs. Here are … read more
8 Steps to Sane Soirees
Published: 10/30/19
By: Kerrie McLoughlin
8 Steps to Sane Soirees
It seems like kids’ birthday parties are getting more and more out-of-hand, with parents trying to top each other to win some non-existent “Most Elaborate Party” award!  It can be … read more
Truly Scary
Published: 09/28/19
By: Kimberly Blaker
Truly Scary
For decades, parents have heeded warnings of the dangers of trick-or-treating. Wives tales and gross exaggerations about apples containing razor blades and poison-filled candy worry countless parents every Halloween. While … read more
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