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Parenting Toddlers, Tweens, and Teens Using Time-Ins

Crystal is a mama with a household of toddlers, tweens, and teens where uncontrollable sobbing and outbursts were a daily occurrence, and not just from her three-year-old. Crystal shares how learning basic social emotional skills helped her family of six bridge the gap that was growing between family members, improving...

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This Twist on a Classic Teaches Children Loving Limits and Boundaries

While some may say that The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein is a tale of selfless love, others find the story actually sends a much different message --- one of co-dependency. Author Topher Payne offers a free printable rewrite to set things straight, teaching children and adults alike that healthy relationships do,...

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Undone

What if I was done? Complete. Leaving me incomplete. Longing to be a work in progress. Round around the edges. Potential yet realized. Hidden in the fold of me yet spread.

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My Child Is Clingy. Am I Doing It Wrong?

When it comes to playing independently or being away from your side for more than a second, and yes, sometimes it feels like an actual second before she is tugging and pulling or following behind you in tears, your child struggles. The reality is, your “to do” list is growing,...

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Talking To Our Kids About Death

Death is part of life, yet it can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss, especially with our children. Experts say, however, that making death part of normal conversation is vital for children of all ages, especially young children who don’t yet grasp the concept. Here are 5 tips to help. ...

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School After COVID: What Parents Are Saying

Last March, school districts across the country closed due to COVID, and more than 55 million children were sent home to finish their school year. With school reopenings around the corner, many parents are wondering what learning environments will look like this fall, especially with the release of the CDC’s...

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To My Children

To my children, without you ... Our house would be clean and organized yet there would be no handprints on the glass to remind me of your littleness. Our home would be quiet yet it would also be void of your giggles and play.

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