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Nov08
Best Board Games For Winter Fun

Best Board Games For Winter Fun

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We’ve put some award-winning board games for school-aged children through their paces to see which ones we like best.

Oct17
Teaching Your Kids How To Care for Pets

Teaching Your Kids How To Care for Pets

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Once kids are school-aged like mine, it’s reasonable to expect them to shoulder some pet care responsibility. However, keep in mind that, although they may want to handle something like the litter box or dog walking, they might not be ready just yet.

Oct03
Talking To Your Kids About Politics

Talking To Your Kids About Politics

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Ways to teach your kids to be respectful of people who have different political views than their own.

Sep20
When Is It Okay To Leave Your Kids Home Alone?

When Is It Okay To Leave Your Kids Home Alone?

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All that said, the decision to leave your kids alone is obviously a very personal one and depends on factors such as their maturity, their environment and your basic comfort level. As well as other issues like whether you should put the oldest kid in charge and your kids’ ability to follow safety rules to the letter.

Sep04
It’s A New School Year For Parents, Too

It’s A New School Year For Parents, Too

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Unless you know for a fact that your kid’s new teacher is a convicted felon, don’t freak out and call the principal if she wasn’t your first choice.

Aug20
Ain’t No Cure for the Start of School Blues

Ain’t No Cure for the Start of School Blues

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My kids start school in a few days. After our long, hot, busy summer, I know I should be really excited that we’re getting back to our regular routine. I mean, who isn’t happy when school resumes? Last year my friends and I actually popped open a bottle champagne at the bus stop. But this time, I’m feeling a little sad that they can’t stay home just a little while longer. I know, what the hell is wrong with me?

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