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Articles in February Guides, Kirsten Raby, Turn the Page, Tommie Loftin, Family Life, Get Out of Town and Crafts and Cooking

The Pain of Our Children

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We do everything in our parental power to protect our children. Desperately wanting to prevent pain. Yet, pain is inevitable. All of my children have been hurt not only by the world but by people they love, including me.... Read full article

Have a Happy Birthday (Without the Party): Budget-Friendly Birthday Ideas

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The day your child was born is a day to celebrate and make him feel special. Birthday parties are fun, but they can be a lot of work, and the costs can quickly add up. If you decide to skip the birthday party, it doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate big.... Read full article

Popcorn S'mores

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Try this new take on s’mores this week in honor of National S’mores Day. This tasty snack features adorable teddy bear graham crackers that every child will love.... Read full article

Let it Geaux: 7 Things to Stop Worrying About

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Worrying, it’s something all parents do. I am guilty of it, especially when I lie awake at three a.m., with the silence of the house ringing in my ears. I worry about what I forgot to do, what I need to do, what I should have done, and what I already... Read full article

The Health Benefits of Grandparent-Grandchild Relationships

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In the not-so-distant past, extended families were the norm, with multiple generations residing on the same street, if not in the same house. ... Read full article



Houston, Texas

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Reese’s Rocky Road Brownies

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Celebrate National Brownie Day by cooking up these deliciously sweet brownies for you and the kiddos to enjoy. You will love the ooey-gooey peanut butter and the decadent chocolate in this easy-to-make recipe.... Read full article

Reading to Bump and Baby

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“My four year old reads at a third-grade level,” proudly beams Isaiah F.A. “Yesh” Cohen, Ph.D., a young father of three girls. “As we read certain words Rachel doesn’t know, I write them down so that she can learn them later. We’re working on the low... Read full article

From Color-Blind to Color-Brave: Talking with Kids About Race

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Growing up in a mostly white region, I don’t remember a lot of family conversations about race. But my lawyer parents, both public defenders, shared a law practice in a racially diverse neighborhood. I saw how their clients with black and brown skin ... Read full article

The Art of Staylistening

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A New Approach to Your Toddler's Tantrums.... Read full article

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