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October 01, 2014
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The End of Diaper Bags, Infant Car Seats and Strollers

True Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Dad

Parenting might not be getting any easier, but as kids grow, it definitely requires less stuff. I took my kids to the pediatrician the other day and it hit me....more»
October 01, 2014
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Stepping into Step-Parenting

Suggestions for navigating this new territory

The step-parent/step-child relationship can be a delicate one. If you're new to this role, it can seem like every day brings unexpected challenges....more»
October 01, 2014
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Start a family tradition of volunteering with Meals on Wheels!

Start a volunteer legacy with your family at Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana Children are our future. Throughout history, the innocent reflections of our children have given way to greater compassion and understanding among adults....more»
September 01, 2014

Research to Real World

Does Exercise Help Your Child Think?

I don't know about you but I really notice a difference in my kids' behavior and attitude on the days they exercise....more»
September 01, 2014

A Personal Odyssey for the Perfect Minivan

True Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Dad

I love my van. In fact, I don't know how I survived so long without it. It has a DVD player to keep kids occupied during long road trips (we watched the Disney movie Planes four times straight once), enough space for my kids to be further than arm's length from each other (no more touchy-touchy) and doors that slide and won't bash into other cars in parking lots (you're welcome)....more»
September 01, 2014

Manners...yes, please!

Etiquette strategies for kids in today's world

Warning: The characters depicted here are not fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons is not coincidental....more»
August 01, 2014
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Ten Tips for Talking to Tweens

Laying the groundwork for positive communication Jennifer Garcia As any parent of a tween knows, this stage of development comes with its own unique set of challenges....more»
August 01, 2014
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Perfectionist Kids  

When only an A+ will do Steffy McCourt It seems like a problem that really isn't one – a child who is obsessed with achieving top grades in school....more»
August 01, 2014
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Research to Real World

Mommy, Daddy, Read it Again! Tonya Bergeson-Dana, PhD You may have seen the newest recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics that pediatricians include reading to babies and young children in their long list of healthy to-dos for young parents, along with more expected recommendations such as putting babies to sleep on their backs and getting healthy proportions of fruits and vegetables....more»
August 01, 2014
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Letting Kids Help

By Pete Gilbert Kids make accomplishing ANY small task much harder. I used to fight my way through, spending an hour attempting to keep my kids occupied while I tried to complete a chore that would normally take me fifteen minutes....more»
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