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Risking Christmas

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It takes some courage to face another Christmas. All those expectations. All those expenses. All those memories. All those family members! ... Read full article

The Dos and Don'ts of Homesickness

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It is common for campers and parents to feel a tinge of homesickness at some point during the camp session. So, how can parents help?... Read full article

Cheeseburger Burritos

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It’s all about burgers and burritos with this dish. This tasty combo will have your kiddos asking for more, and you can change up the recipe so they can have their burger burrito any way they choose.... Read full article

Nutella S’mores Fudge

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Celebrate World Nutella Day with these delicious squares of decadent fudge filled with tasty marshmallows.... Read full article

Fall Fun For the Family

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From pumpkin patches and trick-or-treating to corn mazes and flashlight fun, there’s plenty to do with your kiddos this fall season. Put on your favorite costumes and hop in the car to check out some of our favorite fall events this month.... Read full article



One-on-One with WWE Champion Kofi Kingston

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I recently had the extreme pleasure to speak with WWE Champion Kofi Kingston about his life as a wrestler and dad. To say that I was excited for this interview is an understatement. Add in the fact that he is also my son’s favorite wrestler, it was t... Read full article

Sweet Potato Waffles (or Pancakes)

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These delectable sweet potato waffles (or pancakes) are a great alternative to your traditional waffles and pancakes. ... Read full article

Stress-Free Summer Planning

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Unless single parents are teachers and have the summers off, they usually dread the summer months.... Read full article

Build Your Faith

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I’m a local church pastor who routinely gets the opportunity to point people towards faith in God. It can seem like an overwhelming task in today’s culture when you hear the statistics on families, education, economics, and crime in our area. When I ... Read full article

Neurodiversity & Educational Inclusion: Teaching Your Typically Developing Child about Difference

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Difference in our brain development is just another variation of what it looks like to be human- not so different than us being different heights or having different shades of skin. ... Read full article

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