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8 Fun Kid-Friendly Thanksgiving Foods

8 Fun Kid-Friendly Thanksgiving Foods

Thanksgiving is a unforgettable feast where parents forget they had just started a diet Monday, and opt for a “got to try a little of everything” approach. For kids the culinary experience can be very different, with all the big entrees their little palates haven’t yet adjusted too. But not […]
This Common Practice Can Create A Lifetime Of Problems For Our Kids

This Common Practice Can Create A Lifetime Of Problems For Our Kids

There have been a lot of changes in the way we parent over the last few decades. Some of the “tried and true” approaches of generations past have become outdated as more is learned about child development, health, and overall wellness. And there’s one example that may seem insignificant but […]
A Culture of Death Leaves These Women To Grieve Alone

A Culture of Death Leaves These Women To Grieve Alone

As we enter the month of November, we must remember all the stories of love and loss we heard during October’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Nearly every woman has been affected by the loss of a pregnancy or a child – whether it’s happened to them or someone […]
Every Parent Pushes This Skill And It’s Not Helping 

Every Parent Pushes This Skill And It’s Not Helping 

Every parent wants to see their child succeed in life, beginning when they make their first coo. Don’t get me wrong, it does feel good to have your child place first in the spelling bee or be the only toddler in playgroup to be able to spell their name – […]
Mom Fires Back To All Those Saying She ‘Babies’ Her Son 

Mom Fires Back To All Those Saying She ‘Babies’ Her Son 

Kids grow up way too fast! One minute you can’t put them down, and the next you can’t catch them.  As a mom you want to hold on to every moment, with no need to rush from phase to phase.  A Vancouver mom is getting backlash for her connection with […]
Kellogg’s Jumps On The Pro-LGBT Bandwagon And Targets Kids With New “All Together” Cereal 

Kellogg’s Jumps On The Pro-LGBT Bandwagon And Targets Kids With New “All Together” Cereal 

LGBT activists continue to shove their agenda down the throats of Americans, and yet again children are their latest target. Sadly, another company is attempting to remain relevant and gain publicity and has decided to partner with LGBT activists to redesign a beloved cereal box. Children are already bombarded with […]
Heavy Metals Found In Numerous Baby Foods

Heavy Metals Found In Numerous Baby Foods

There has been a shift in consumer demand for quality food products that contain clean, wholesome ingredients.  During this transition, many companies have been ousted for including harmful toxins in their products.  Mothers everywhere are outraged that many of these damaging discoveries have been found in the meals their baby’s […]
Students Are Taking Mental Health Days Now

Students Are Taking Mental Health Days Now

The United States has a staggering number of mental health issues among children and adolescents.  Prevalence in our most vulnerable population is only growing as children look to their authority figures for answers.  Public health officials have differing views on how to end the epidemic, but one trend may not […]
Protect Your Child From Emotionally Abusive Relatives 

Protect Your Child From Emotionally Abusive Relatives 

Every family usually has that one family member who is emotionally unstable—whether it’s a narcissistic uncle or drama queen sister – most families have their share of dysfunction. But that doesn’t mean you need to let your child get caught up in the middle of it. In fact, if you […]
It May Work On TV, But This Disciplinary Approach Can Be Disastrous 

It May Work On TV, But This Disciplinary Approach Can Be Disastrous 

One of the most important factors in having a strong marriage is compromise, and this is especially important once children come along. While it’s ideal to discuss how you will raise your children before marriage, many parents find that it’s tough to agree on handling discipline as the family grows. […]