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Did you know that as many as 86 percent of American moms feel unappreciated? On Mother’s Day pamper your mom with a few simple treats you can make from or for the kitchen.
How can parents help make the outdoors as appealing to their children as the digital world indoors? One simple way to ensure outdoor play is to plant a garden with your child.
Grieving the death of a child is not easy. Some first-hand thoughts on what the Newtown families face.
As hard as life can be at times, I think laughing is a necessity to good mental health, and kids come with a built in supply of it. It's free, and the good news is that the government can't tax it.
Opening the door to making choices means you’ll need to guide and channel your child’s natural desire for independence in a constructive way.
How to care for your loved ones now and in the future.
Aimee Copeland and her father Andy are on a difficult journey. Some insight from one that's traveled a similar path. Here's hoping their journey has a different destination.
If you want a great summer for your children without breaking the bank, here are some creative ideas to keep them from saying, "I'm bored!"
A midnight reflection on my son, Trayvon Martin, and what it means to be human.
Teaching your children table manners may sound old fashioned, but it never goes out of style.
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