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Jun24
On Special Needs & Siblings

On Special Needs & Siblings

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I have a special-needs child and a typically-developing toddler. Do I dare risk playing the genetic lottery again?

Jun13
Family Experiment: Motivating Children to Save and Budget for the Family Vacation

Family Experiment: Motivating Children to Save and Budget for the Family Vacation

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My kids, like most kids I would venture to guess, do not really understand the idea of budgeting and saving. They will earn money doing extra chores, or get money as a birthday present, and immediately think of twenty different impulse things they can purchase with it. Things they didn’t even know they wanted, needed, before we stepped into the store. Given the amount of Americans who are deep in credit card debt, the impulsiveness is not something that naturally stops at adulthood.

Jun10
Why is Playing with My Kids So Hard?

Why is Playing with My Kids So Hard?

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5 tips for parents on being more present and less distracted when spending time with your children.

May28
Going Full Satter: Taking Back Control of Dinnertime

Going Full Satter: Taking Back Control of Dinnertime

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A mom needs a realistic tactical plan for implementing Ellyn Satter’s feeding philosophy to family dinners.

May09
Lessons You Learn From Motherhood

Lessons You Learn From Motherhood

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Motherhood is full of opportunities to learn important, and not so important, lessons. You might as well laugh through them all.

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