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Father’s Day Gifts the Whole Family Can Help Give

Posted June 10, 2013 by Nancy Flanders

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Father's Day is just around the corner. Here are 30 ideas for the perfect gift!

5 Ways to Resolve Conflicts Between Your Kids

Posted February 28, 2017 by David James

Being a parent means playing referee. Here are some ways to calm those conflicts between your kids.

10 Life Skills Kids Should Know Before They Reach High School

Posted February 27, 2017 by Kelli Robinson

It's easy to teach a toddler certain skills than it is a 14-year-old. We're talking life skills that kids need to survive high school and beyond.

7 Ways to Let Your Kids Fail Sans Guilt

Posted February 15, 2017 by Kelli Robinson

Parents, start letting your kids experience failure when they're young. Failures as a preschooler pale in comparison to those as a young adult. Help them be equipped to handle it.

6 Ways to Prevent Your Child From Fearing the Dentist

Posted February 14, 2017 by Kelli Robinson

Dentophobia: Fear of going to the dentist. Kids aren't born with it, but many develop it over time. Help your kids relax when it's time for that dental checkup.

18 Valentine's Day Books and Movies to Enjoy With Your Kids

Posted February 10, 2017 by Kelli Robinson

Take the opportunity for some quality kid time with these Valentine's Day-themed books and movies.

5 Reasons You Should Take Away Your Kids' Devices

Posted February 9, 2017 by Maggie Wells

After one kid lied and one kid smart mouthed a bit too far, my husband and I did the only thing we could do: We took back their phones and iPads.

The Importance of Dietary Fiber and 8 Ways to Get More

Posted February 6, 2017 by Fred Lee

Fiber is an important nutrient for optimal health, and yet it is one we tend to ignore. Here are some suggestions on how to get more in every meal.

6 Ways to Find More Time to Read to Your Young Kids

Posted February 1, 2017 by David James

Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to read to our kids. Here are some tips to find some extra time to uncover a book.

How to Teach Your Kids to Handle Winning and Losing

Posted January 18, 2017 by David James

The art of winning and losing takes time for our kids to understand. Here are some tips to help them.

4 Ways Martin Luther King Jr.'s Teachings Can Improve Your Parenting

Posted January 16, 2017 by David James

The teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. can guide us in many ways. Here are some opportunities to incorporate his lessons into your parenting.

How to Reduce Your Child's Stress When Getting a Flu Shot

Posted December 14, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

The flu vaccine is an important tool to prevent the flu. Here are some tips to help make the flu shot appointment less stressful for you and your child.

How to Teach Your Child a to Have a Strong Work Ethic

Posted December 13, 2016 by David James

Kids need to learn a strong work ethic at an early age. Here are some ways to teach them.

5 Reasons to Help Your Kids Write Their Letters to Santa

Posted December 10, 2016 by David James

Writing a letter to Santa is not only a fun, memorable activity. It can also be a teaching tool, too!

10 Ways to Encourage Kids to Do Chores

Posted November 29, 2016 by Fred Lee

Chores are an important part of your children's development and can be a fun and rewarding experience for kids and parents alike.

6 Reasons You Should Consider Coaching Your Child’s Sports Team

Posted November 28, 2016 by David James

Playing on a sports team is a great way to teach your child valuable life lessons. It's also important for you to play a leadership role.

6 Ways to Create an Environment of Gratitude in Your Home

Posted November 24, 2016 by David James

To make that Thanksgiving vibe last year all year, follow these tips to build gratitude into your daily home life.

5 Ways to Explain to Your Kids What They're Hearing on the Playground

Posted November 21, 2016 by David James

Parents have many jobs. A critical one is to translate the phrases our kids learn on the school playground.

8 Simple Ways to Celebrate Veteran's Day

Posted November 9, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

Veteran's Day is more than just a day off from school. It's an opportunity to honor and thank those who are serving or have served our country. Here are some ways parents and children can celebrate.

7 Things to Discuss With Your Kids About the 2016 Election

Posted November 1, 2016 by Fred Lee

As the current election nears, it is a good time to talk to your kids about some important social and historical issues that surround this important event.

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