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Articles in Sponsored Content, Susan Lowry Cedotal, Nicole Green, Madeline Rathle, Family Life, Health and Wellness, Crafts and Cooking and Jodi Carson

10 Tips To Conquer Child Clutter

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Sure, you can tell your child to clean his room, but chances are he has too much and won’t even know where to start.... Read full article

No-Bake Strawberry & Cream Pie

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Try this deliciously sweet and cool treat before summer officially leaves us for good. With fresh strawberries, this pie will surely become a family favorite.... Read full article

Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Ice Pops

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Cool off in the summer sun with this delicious sweet treat! Change it up and use a variety of fruits and flavors of yogurt to make them extra fun.... Read full article

From Silence to Sound

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Jill Gill’s birth plan didn’t include weeks of bed rest or an induction at 37 weeks due to pre-eclampsia, but when her son Tucker was born last February, she was glad he came early. Her eight-pound, healthy baby boy, however, failed his newborn heari... Read full article

What Children Really Need After Divorce

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Research shows that outcomes for children whose parents divorce are dismal, with several variables determining the future failure or success of the children within a divorced family.... Read full article



So Many Books, So Little Time

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Tips For Researching Autism... Read full article

12 Ways to Support a New Mom

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Adjusting to having a new baby in the house can be difficult for the whole family. Sleepless nights and a change in routine can leave mom feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Offering support to a family with a new baby can help them adjust to their ne... Read full article

Tighten the Family Bond

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Ring in the New Year Together... Read full article

How To Take The Fright Out Of Halloween

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8 Tips For Parents... Read full article

Should My Child Say "I''m Sorry."?

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Teaching children to apologize–and mean it. Parent: “Say you’re sorry!” Child: “I’m sorry.” Parent: “Tell them why!” Child: “I’m sorry for taking your book.” Parent: “Without asking.” Child: “Without asking.” Sound somewhat familiar? ... Read full article

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