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Mar20
How To Have The Puberty Talk

How To Have The Puberty Talk

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Your child is approaching or in preadolescence. This new phase of development may seem fairly natural and normal to you, but it’s probably the exact opposite to your child. Puberty can be embarrassing, awkward and scary. For that reason, any puberty advice or information you give your child now is only going to help their comfort level during this transitional time.

Feb18
Depression & the Stay-At-Home Dad

Depression & the Stay-At-Home Dad

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My husband stays home with our son and is falling apart. I don’t know what to do or how to help.

Feb12
Avoiding Toxic Ingredients in Children’s Personal Care Products Can be Easy

Avoiding Toxic Ingredients in Children’s Personal Care Products Can be Easy

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Find out if you know your Sodium Lauryl Sulfate from your Polyethylene…. It can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. We created a cheat sheet so that you can keep it all clear.

Feb11
Fighting the ‘Big Kid’ Food Wars

Fighting the ‘Big Kid’ Food Wars

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My nephew is seven years old and still has the eating habits of a toddler. Help!

Feb07
LICE: Striking Fear Into the Heart of Every Parent

LICE: Striking Fear Into the Heart of Every Parent

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That’s it. There is nothing to do but shave our heads and burn down the house.

Feb07
What You Need To Know About Children’s Cough and Cold Medicine

What You Need To Know About Children’s Cough and Cold Medicine

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Are OTC cough and cold medicines effective? Are cough and cold medicine safe for children? Do natural cures even work? It’s hard to know which advice is best. That’s why we’ve put together the following cheat sheet of cough and cold medicine information for parents wondering just how to treat their sick child. Hopefully it’s advice that will not only help your kids feel better, but will help you feel better, too.

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