Some Surprising Ideas for Your Baby’s First Birthday Party

Let’s get real: your baby’s first birthday party is more for you than for her. She’s not going to remember...
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Choco-Banana Dream

Choco-Banana Dream: A healthy dessert the entire family will love and not feel guilty about consuming! Great for hot summer evenings!
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Talking To Our Daughter’s About Consent

The old message to girls was that consent was a blurred concept and if you lead a guy on, and if you do, there will be consequences. What message should we be giving them now?
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Things to do With Dad on Father’s Day

  Our fathers are our protectors, our safety nets, and our biggest fans. Father’s Day is about showing our dads...
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Putting My Dad On The Train

This is for the grown children standing dumbfounded in the card aisle. For those who can’t buy a funny card to communicate a relationship that lacked humor. Who can’t claim the best dad ever, the ever-inspiring family kingpin. This is for those of us who want to just say we love you, but loving you hurts.
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Chores Make Kids Better People

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As kids get older, their ability to pitch in and participate around the house increases and therefore the expectations should increase as well. We are not doing our kids any favors by clearing their dishes for them and coddling them. Giving your children chores every week encourages them to participate and take pride in the care and maintenance of your home. But most importantly it teaches character and self-respect.

Putting My Dad On The Train

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This is for the grown children standing dumbfounded in the card aisle. For those who can’t buy a funny card to communicate a relationship that lacked humor. Who can’t claim the best dad ever, the ever-inspiring family kingpin. This is for those of us who want to just say we love you, but loving you hurts.