Healthy Eating -- Getting Kids To Eat More Fiber

Posted February 28, 2008 by Jo-Lynne Shane

Feeding kids well is not as hard as it seems. The trick is having lots of good choices available. Fiber is a crucial part of a healthy diet. Here are a few easy ways to incorporate fiber into your kids' diets (and your own!)

My Winter Bible: The Preschooler's Busy Book

Posted February 27, 2008 by Caitlin Giles

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I don't know about you, but I am not sure how many more sub-zero temperature, snow-filled days I can take. SPRING, WHERE ARE YOU? Here is my secret weapon for surviving the long days indoors with two active little ones.

Parenting 101 - a beginner's guide in glorious pictures

Posted February 26, 2008 by Paul Michael

I have been blessed with two beautiful baby daughters, but the path to fatherhood, for me anyway, was not always easy. Thank goodness I had the help of some wonderful visual aids in the form of two magnificent books.

Recipe for Marriage

Posted February 26, 2008 by Karen Putz

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Pick out a best friend and toss in a soul mate, and you'll have the ingredients for an adventurous marriage.

How to Start A Bunco Group in your Neighborhood

Posted February 25, 2008 by Jo-Lynne Shane

If you are the last person in America to hear about the Bunco phenomenon that is sweeping the nation, let me bring you up to date.

Top 10 Things Not to Say to New Mothers

Posted February 22, 2008 by Maggie Wells

Hey new fathers! Whatever you do, if ya want to stay married, don't say the following...

Keeping Kids Clothes Organized

Posted February 21, 2008 by Jo-Lynne Shane

Do your children's closets look like the clearance rack at Old Navy -- overflowing with clothes of various sizes from all four seasons? Is your attic full of bags of outgrown clothes with no method to the madness? Do you buy clothes ahead and then forget about them because they got shoved into an obscure corner behind the Polly Pockets and the princess costumes?

What Party Would Sanjaya Run For? A 2008 Election Explanation

Posted February 20, 2008 by Linsey Knerl

Homeschooling can be challenging, especially when topics deviate from the assigned curriculum. With 2008 being a very special political year, it has escaped me how to convey all the inner workings of our often confusing political system to our kids. My nine-year-old continues to “bring it” with her regular and candid Q & A sessions.

Ten Hearing Aids at My House

Posted February 19, 2008 by Karen Putz

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Ten hearing aids, five deaf and hard of hearing people and one of them is lost. The hearing aid, that is.

How to Relocate With Kids

Posted February 18, 2008 by Corina Fiore

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Moving is always stressful. The packing, finding help, the lifting, the maneuvering, the unpacking, the saying goodbye. Now the task with kids underfoot. The kids have an attachment to the old home, old friends, an old school. Moving with kids can be tricky. But with these tips, you will be able to make the transition an easier one.