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Growing A Heart For Art

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We all remember how thrilling it was when your parents hung your latest popsicle-stick masterpiece on the fridge. “Look at our little Van Gogh!”, they may have squealed. If you were like me, your art never got any better. But I still loved art class.... Read full article

5 Tips for Running with a Stroller

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You’ve stretched and you’ve broken in your shoes. To all the moms and dads getting ready for a marathon, I SALUTE YOU! Let’s be honest, running by yourself is hard enough as it is, but add another 50 pounds to push? You got this!... Read full article

In the Spotlight

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Becoming a Cover Kid... Read full article

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

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On the Plate.... Read full article

Tomato Basil Soup with Parmesan Crisps

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A Better Road Trip For Everyone

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Summer is the perfect time for road trips with the whole family, but anyone with kids knows that road trips are definitely not easy.... Read full article

Easy Chicken Enchilada Casserole

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If you’re looking for something to do with that leftover cooked chicken in your fridge, this is the recipe for you! This chicken enchilada casserole includes flour tortillas with chicken, beans, salsa verde, and cheese. ... Read full article

The Importance of Parental Unity and Teamwork

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Child Psychologist Dr. James Dobson said, “Parenting isn’t for cowards.” As a marriage and family therapist, I agree, and I would add that parenting isn’t a competition, but it is for a mom and dad who aren’t united as a team.... Read full article

HCIH?

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Your room is a mess, the house has 1,000 things that need to be done, there are parties to get to, and presents to buy. Yes, it is December again. Please bear with me as this may not be the normal column you are used to reading, but I do think it is ... Read full article

Brainstorming Boredom Busters While Stuck at Home

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I love a good challenge, but at least four weeks (eight weeks?) at home with my girls, ages 8 and almost-4, may be my biggest mama challenge to date. I am committed to doing our part for public health and staying home as much as we possibly can. I am... Read full article

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