Morning Roundup: Holidays with Kids

Posted December 17, 2007 by Lynn Truong

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This morning's roundup features stories of parents doing their best to improvise, adjust, and meet their children's needs during a hectic season.

Home Education for the Future Heisman Trophy Winner

Posted December 17, 2007 by Linsey Knerl

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Many parents I have met love the idea of home education. Despite their belief in the process, however, they often close the door on the opportunity due to concern that their child won’t be able to fully participate in all that the world of sports has to offer. This year’s award of the Heisman Trophy to homeschooler Tim Tebow has opened the minds of many to the options available for those parents wanting the best of both worlds.

Best wheelbarrow race video you'll see, pretty much in your entire life

Posted December 17, 2007 by Will Chen

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Keep an eye out for something awesome right around 0:13.

Paying for College: Rays of Hope

Posted December 16, 2007 by Carrie Kirby

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It seems that universities and the government are finally starting to notice the force of the student loans crushing so many college graduates today. Two developments this week -- a new tuition plan from Harvard and a new law -- may ease the pain slightly.

Being a Young Mom: Why Starting Early Has Its Rewards

Posted December 15, 2007 by Linsey Knerl

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This is not an article pitting young mom against older mom. I just don’t have the perspective to do that. Since I’m in my late twenties, and already have four young ones to care for, I thought I’d offer my perspective on why I’m glad I started a family early. Here are five reasons being a young mom works well for me!

Morning Roundup: Book Reviews

Posted December 15, 2007 by Lynn Truong

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Being a huge reader, my favorite gift for friends with kids are books. My personal recommendation are the His Dark Materials series (the first book, The Golden Compass, is out in the movies, but read the book first!). Here are some recommended books for children from bloggers around the web.

Baby Steps to Greener Parenting

Posted December 14, 2007 by Lela Davidson

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Doing your part for the environment doesn't have to be a full time job. It's not all or nothing. Here are some tiny things you can start today that aren't even inconvenient.

Put Your House in a Box

Posted December 13, 2007 by Lela Davidson

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Self-service container moving companies offer an affordable alternative to full service movers. Busy families pack at their own pace and the company picks up the box and takes it to your new home.

The Circumcision Decision

Posted December 12, 2007 by Linsey Knerl

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Not one to be taken lightly, the decision to circumcise (or not) is always an afterthought in the care plan for a newborn. Depending on the area of the country or world that you live in, the view can be drastically different. While my goal is not to sway you one way or the other, it is important to know that there are two sides to the great debate and several factors to take into consideration.

Pre-Pack Kids’ Rooms for Sanity on Moving Day

Posted December 12, 2007 by Lela Davidson

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Your kids probably have more stuff than you do. But you're the one who has to move it! Save yourself from a major meltdown on moving day with these easy pre-packing strategies.

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