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Feb17
The Unbearable Wrongness of Sportsing

The Unbearable Wrongness of Sportsing

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I was never a sporty kid, and my own children never want to exercise, either. How do I set them up for good lifelong habits when I can’t get them off the couch?

Feb13
Chinese New Year of the Sheep Craft Inspiration

Chinese New Year of the Sheep Craft Inspiration

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Inspired by the upcoming Chinese New Year– Year of the Sheep– we have tutorial for easy-to-make sheep face masks for kids. Super simple.

Feb12
Dogs Are Easier Than Teenagers (Sometimes)

Dogs Are Easier Than Teenagers (Sometimes)

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I’m okay being a Dog Person (and talking to my favorite creatures in a high squeaky voice), but a new visitor is throwing me for a loop.

Feb11
The Middle School Snoop

The Middle School Snoop

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I didn’t have to snoop when he was in grade school. All of his classmates lived in our neighborhood, so I already knew most of the parents. I also regularly volunteered in the classroom. But now he’s in a big school that combines three different neighborhoods, and I only volunteer when under court order. That means I don’t know anything about the kids he now wants to hang out with, and since he’s no help at all, I have to dig.

Feb10
My 1st Single Mom Anniversary: Truth & Misconceptions

My 1st Single Mom Anniversary: Truth & Misconceptions

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Ever wonder what it’s like to be a single mom? Here, your assumptions and misconceptions about single moms are cleared up, once and for all.

Feb06
School Uniforms: A Morning Savior or Crushing Individuality?

School Uniforms: A Morning Savior or Crushing Individuality?

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School uniforms can create a more respectful learning environment and expedite getting ready in the morning. But they also can come with a price – a blow to children’s creativity and individuality.

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