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Make it a Snow Day or a Geaux Day, Your Choice

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I am certain that everyone enjoyed the snow day last month. I know my family sure did, but if you take a minute and think about it, what did you enjoy? ... Read full article

Parenting a Child with Exceptional Needs?

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You have exceptional needs, too!... Read full article

The Worst Days Are Still the Best Days

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I have had some of the best days of my life as a parent. I have been able to share in the joy of three births; watched all of my kids take their first steps; and helped them learn to tie shoes, ride bikes, and read books. We have shared in the love o... Read full article

Negative Words and Your Children

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No! Stupid. Stop! Dumb. It’s possible that you have either uttered these under your breath, or to keep your child from doing something that could hurt him, shouted out a quick, “No!,” to stop him in his tracks. However, these words can have long- and... Read full article

Staying Social with a Baby in Tow

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Your social life before baby was filled with coffee dates, brunches, and yoga classes, but now, you find yourself spending more time with diapers, pacifiers, and bottles. While there isn’t anything wrong with that, it’s important that you hold on to ... Read full article



The Santa Club

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You may wonder when the Santa conversation should occur, but—like many other situations—it depends on each individual child and his maturity level. ... Read full article

May 2018 Books

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Sign Me Up! I Quit

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Little League burnouts and what to do about them.... Read full article

She's Looking at Me Funny!

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5 Ways To Get Your Children To Argue Less... Read full article

Rosie M.

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2019-20 Cover Kid Rosie M. enjoyed being the star of the moment during her cover shoot. At four years old, Rosie likes using big words, coloring, playing with Play-Doh and her dollhouse, and feeding her chickens. She’s also learning how to play piano... Read full article

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