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Selling Your Kids On Story Time: Practical Tips For Raising Readers

“It’s tough for kids to say goodbye to the excitement of the day, so falling asleep can be so much sweeter with a parent at their side, reading their favorite bedtime story.” - Dr. Barry Zuckerman, Chief of Pediatrics, Boston Medical Center and Co-Founder of Reach Out and Read Bedtime stories. Those two simple words conjure up happy memories for many of us. If you … [Read More...]


9 Things You NEED In Your Diaper Bag

Organizing a diaper bag can sound easy.... until the day you realize that you are out and about around town, your baby has a very nasty diaper and rash and you're stuck in a restaurant with some relatives. It is this moment, when you will wish you had more supplies in your diaper bag.  Now, I'm not suggesting that you carry everything with you, just the essentials.  Try … [Read More...]


How to NOT Raise A Generation of A*@holes

I feel like being the mom of six makes me kind of like a professional parent. A professional is defined as; (of a person) engaged in a specified activity as one's main paid occupation rather than as a pastime. That's pretty much me as a mom, other than the getting paid part. Unless of course, you consider an endless pile of laundry and dishes at the end of the day a form … [Read More...]


10 Small Things Moms Are Thankful For

The holiday season is full of warmth, generosity and good spirits. It's a time to treasure family and friends and a time when you'll always find yourself making more - more room for guests, more food, and more happy memories. So in the midst of spending time with family and giving thanks for all our blessings, we would like to take a moment to celebrate some of the … [Read More...]


Great Holiday Topic: Teens, Pregnancy and STIs

Here's a fun dinner table theme to tender as you and your loved ones gather for the holidays: the risks of teenagers having sex. Imagine it: “Aunt Mabel, did you know that 47% of high schools students have had sex, but only 22% have ever been tested for HIV?” Parenting teenagers can, at times, feel like a hamster running on a wheel. We move as frantically as we can to … [Read More...]