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Child Athletes: How to Avoid Burnout

Almost every child who grows up loving a sport eventually decides to quit. Some kids decide to stick it out until the end of high school. Others continue playing through their college years and quit upon graduating. Very few actually become professional...

Real Dads

The 101 on Being a Single Dad

    Single dads, this message is for you. You are beyond appreciated, recognized, needed and loved. Being a single parent, in any situation, brings an abundance of joy, but also has many challenges. As a single dad, in a world where women are most often the default...

Forgiving Dad

Some fathers are better than others. Some do some wonderful things, some do some crappy things. And even the best dads make mistakes. We’re human. But hanging on to those mistakes can make the original pain even bigger—you can’t get past age 30 without figuring that one out, as you drag another “resentments against Mom and Dad” tale onto the therapist’s couch. So how to let loose that iron grip on childhood wrongs? How to let go of the rocks of resentment about what Dad did or said, or didn’t do or didn’t say? Here are some ideas:

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 how much we appreciate their unconditional love and support. Whether you’re a mom spending Father’s Day with your dad or hanging out with your hubby and the...

Real Mom Hacks

Budget-Friendly Family Time!

No matter the age of your children finding productive and budget-friendly things to do can be quite challenging. Checkout what we’ve found!

Winter Activities AKA: BOREDOM HACKS

Winter is a beautiful season, but it can be stressful for parents as there are fewer activities for kids to participate in them. Here are a few quick ideas!

Single Parenting

Online Dating: Merits and Demerits

Online dating: do you have the heart for it? There are many pros and cons to meeting others on the interweb. Consider this before swiping right. READ NOW

Art Stop

Poetry in Paper Cranes- Finding Quiet Space for Creativity

The Paper Crane is a symbol for peace. Origami paper cranes were made popular through the story of Sadako Sasaki, a 12 year old Japanese girl who was two when she was exposed to radiation from the atomic bombing of Hiroshima during World War II. Because of the radiation exposure she contracted Leukemia. In the hospital, while under treatment her goal was to make a 1000 paper cranes. While her family says she did complete the 1000 cranes her wish did not come true. In her honor and in a pledge for peace her classmates and thousands around the world continues to make them.

Homemade Valentines BEWARE!

Are you the kind of mama that has your child make their own Valentines? Doing it with them, will ease the stress. Find out how to keep it fun for both of you!

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