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Stress-Free Summer Planning

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Unless single parents are teachers and have the summers off, they usually dread the summer months.... Read full article

Bringing Back Old-Fashioned Toys

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The scene is all too familiar. Toys are scattered around the room—the noise of blinking toys, buzzing toys, talking toys—all lit by the glow of the television and smartphones in hand.... Read full article

Picky Eaters, Tantrums, Thumb-Sucking, Oh My!

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Toddler Tricks and How to Deal with Them... Read full article

Indoor Fun That's Not Boring Guide

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Download this monthly guide to help you for Indoor Fun That's Not Boring this year.... Read full article

My Heart Walks Around Without Me: A Girl Scout Camp Experience

by Mari Walker on

Parenting through the elementary years seems to be a gradual release, letting go of the demands (and some of the rewards) of mothering small children. Part of me welcomes the release, and I want nothing more for my daughters than to soar into fulfill... Read full article



When is He Going Back in Your Belly?

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Adjusting to a New Baby on Board... Read full article

Please Go to Sleep!

by Amy Delaney on

“I want my fan on.” “I need to go to the bathroom.” “Can I take my shirt off?” These are just a few of the MANY requests we receive every night as we try to put Little Bud to sleep. He invents a myriad of reasons for why he can’t go to sleep from ni... Read full article

Fort Mountain State Park, Georgia

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Get Out of Town.... Read full article

Breastfeeding Journey. Is This It?

by Amelia Laprairie on

When Andie was born, I set a breastfeeding goal of one year. I was determined to make it to that and we overcame many obstacles and pushed through to be sure that this journey continued. ... Read full article

Generosity: Curbing the Gimmes

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As most parents do, I often think about my children and wonder what kind of adults they will be when they grow up. I hope they will become altruistic individuals, giving more than they take from the world. But my children are constantly bombarded by ... Read full article

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