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Articles in Kirsten Raby, Madeline Rathle, Turn the Page, Cover Kid, Family Life and Get Out of Town

Raising a Bookworm

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When toddlers and preschoolers are read to on a regular basis and exposed to books throughout their day, they are more likely to develop a lifelong love of reading.... Read full article

Staying Calm In The Face Of Rudeness

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Rudeness and bad attitudes are more about forming a self than most parents realize. Building a self takes a long time. ... Read full article

Peyton L.

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Peyton L. is a little firecracker who had a blast at her photo shoot for the cover. Peyton is extremely friendly, bubbly, and full of energy. She loves going to the beach, being outdoors, and playing with her American Girl doll, Casey. Peyton and her... Read full article

Zebras on the Horizon

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In medicine, you are taught to be on the lookout for “zebras in the horse pasture.” In other words, you should always keep in mind that the uncommon or out of place could be sitting right in front of you.... Read full article

Percentiles Explained: Understanding Your Child’s Growth Charts

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Learn how to understand your child’s growth charts.... Read full article



Enjoying The Season With Your Newborn

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Having a baby over the holidays transforms the season from merely festive to utterly unforgettable.... Read full article

Sing it Clean

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Seven Silly Songs to Get the Chores Done... Read full article

The Santa Club

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Have you spotted Santa's sleigh in a Christmas Eve sky? Do you annually leave some milk and cookies for the Big Guy? If you're a parent to a little one, surely you have some tricks up your sleeve, and know how to navigate the inevitable 20 questions ... Read full article

You Can Do It: Teaching Your Kids About New Year's Resolutions

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Follow these five steps to help your child(ren) succeed at their 2017 New Year's resolutions.... Read full article

Long Term Effects of Parental Favoritism

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Siblings often joke about being Mom’s favorite. But a new study in the Journal of Marriage and Family shows that parents playing favorites is no joking matter. Seventy percent of mothers who participated in the survey admitted to having a favorite ch... Read full article

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