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I am raising a risk-taking toddler. My son becoming a risk-taking toddler did not happen intentionally, but here we are at eighteen months with a child who will climb and jump off of anything in sight. He will run...
Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Messenger Kids, as there has never been a more relevant topic than raising kids in the digital age with access to social media. In a time of hyper-connectivity, it can be overwhelming as...
How do you teach your teens about money management? I grew up in a paycheck to paycheck household, with frequent games of checkbook roulette and more than a few bags of groceries paid for with change. And that’s no surprise....
I had to do something no parent should have to do: Call the police about a rumored school shooting. On the drive home from school, my son nonchalantly mentioned he heard about a plan to "shoot up the school" on...
As a Montessori educator, I have always been very intrigued by the Montessori philosophy for infants. Upon arrival of my daughter about a year ago, I was eager to begin to incorporate some of these ideologies, especially a floor bed....
Episode 3 - Getting Kids Talking & Holding Their Own Have you ever asked your kids, "How was your day?" only to get the same one-word answers time after time? Sometime, what it takes to move past "good," "fine" or...
If you’re like me, you've been preparing your baby registry since the day you found out you were expecting. We want the best of the best for our little bundle, who wouldn't!? But with a never ending supply of options...

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Our partners at KinderCare know that the arrival of a new baby means big changes and big questions. While there's definitely no instruction manual for babies, the experts at KinderCare are here to help new parents adjust to their growing...
I didn’t have many assumptions about how I’d parent better than the masses when I was childless. However, I was pretty hellbent on not becoming a short order cook and a slave to toddler tastebuds. I hoped my kids would...
Sometimes our littles provide us with the biggest lessons. My heart sank when I opened my third-grade daughter’s school folder to find an assignment on immigration. Students needed to interview mom, dad, grandparents, and other family members to find out...

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