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5 Date Night Drop Off Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day may have been invented to goad you into spending your hard earned cash on flowers, frills and fluff, but some years it comes as the perfect excuse for you and the love of your life to spend some quality time with each other. Whether it is an evening or day time “date,” the… (read more)

Namaste: How Yoga for Toddlers Can Improve the Parent-Child Bond

Bonding is a special relationship that happens between you and your child. It’s that feeling you get when you would do anything for them. And, it’s that ferocity that wells up inside of you when you sense your inner mama (or papa) bear is about to burst free (possibly clawing somebody’s eyes out). Research shows… (read more)

8 Life Skills School Age Children Should Learn

You may have grown up cooking family meals with your parents. Or perhaps you got to college before doing your first batch of laundry. No matter how you learned these skills, we can all agree self sufficiency is something we all need to cultivate at some point.  And it’s much easier learning as a kid,… (read more)

6 Must-Have Sign-Ups for Spring

With the first few weeks of back to school down, Winter break seems but a memory of long ago. With Spring Break just around the corner and signups for summer camps already starting, there’s lots to do! And we’ve put together the perfect list to help get your activity planning started. Starting to plan now… (read more)

Teaching Kids Resilience: A How-To Guide for the Modern Mom

Although a parent’s instinct is to protect kids and shelter them from harmful experiences, the reality is that they will have to face challenges, problems, and other issues that will test their internal strength. That strength that keeps them going no matter what they must deal with. That’s known as resilience. It’s where a person… (read more)

Thinking Positively: 10 Ways to Turn That Frown Upside Down

In our daily lives, we are often surrounded by negativity. It’s on the Internet and social media channels. There are bad stories in the news. We run into negative people at work and in life. You may feel like a negativity sponge when positive thoughts are hard to come by. It can often rub off… (read more)

Lessons from a Doctor: Getting the Kids to Sleep When They Just Don’t Wanna

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We’ve all had those frustrating moments when our kids say they don’t want to go to bed. If they are young, they may climb out of their beds and escape from their rooms. Even if you succeed in getting them to relax, if you make eye contact they will sense it, and abandon mission. They… (read more)

Back to School: 6 Tips For Getting Your Kids Out the Door in the Morning

Reso Back to School: 6 Tips For Getting Your Kids Out the Door in the Morning

One of the areas that every parent cringes about is the prospect of getting their kids up early and off to school on time. In fact, you are most likely cringing right now as you read this. You may imagine having to nag them to get up, get dressed, get breakfast, followed by the inevitable… (read more)

New Year’s Resolutions on Every Parent’s Mind

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Let’s face it, we all have improvements we would like to make. The New Year gives us the perfect opportunity to buckle down and list out the optimal lineup of resolutions we’d like to make (and hopefully keep!) in our lives. Even as a parent, that doesn’t change, just modifies the tradition a tad. Sadly,… (read more)

7 Activities to Get Your Kids on the Nice List

Who wants their kids on the nice list this year? Pretty much all of us. While every child has their naughty moments, I’ve generally found more crayon painted walls when the kids have too much free time on their hands. Peace and quiet are a lovely thing to have, until you have children. Sometimes the… (read more)