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12 Ways to Help Your Kids Master the Morning Routine

One tip? Cut the morning screen-time. Seriously.

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Your Peppa Pig Lover Has a New Favorite Shoe & It’s Coming Soon

The second Reebok x Peppa Pig collection drops next week and it’s so cute!

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This New Picture Book Helps Kids Understand Anxiety

“Puppy In My Head,” by Elsie Gravel, introduces a sweet puppy named Ollie as a metaphor for anxious feelings.

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Why It’s Ok to Not Be in Control

“Life is rarely convenient or perfect. And it’s OK. Our best decisions aren’t always going to be the best for others. And it’s OK. “

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5 Ways to Help Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder Adapt to Being Home

“During this dramatic change please keep a couple of things in mind. Children with ASD feel the non-verbal anxiety and stress of the world around them much more intensely than you do, so when you are interacting with your child it is important to stay calm and positive.”

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New Car Seat Device Seeks to Improve Infant Safety

This simple item could be a life changer.

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These 7 Holiday Safety Products Are Solving Common Problems in Simple Ways

From a fire alarm that hangs right on your Christmas tree to a way to keep track of your kids in the mall, these innovative products are all about holiday safety.

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Chrissy Teigen Opens Up in an Honest Twitter Q&A Session

The supermodel gets real about being a celeb, a mom and more!

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6 Must-Follow Christmas Tree Safety Tips

These Christmas tree tips will help ensure your holiday is not only a beautiful one but a safe one as well.

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Does All That Mental Clutter Bring You Joy? How to KonMari Your Mind

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Everywhere I turn these days, someone is talking about Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. The first time this happened was in 2014 when Marie Kondo’s infamous book hit shelves and the Minimalist podcast captured the…

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9 Clever Ways to Squeeze in a Workout When You Have Kids

As busy moms, it can be hard to find time for a full-blown workout but here are some sneaky ways to incorporate exercise into your day.

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Now Your Amazon Echo & Alexa Guard Can Protect Your Home

Alexa can keep your home safe when you’re away.

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My Truth: I’m Not a Big Fan of Babies

“Are babies adorable, tiny miracles that smell like heaven? Sure, of course they are. But do I want one living in my home? Not particularly.”

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Stay-At-Home Moms Deserve Work-Life Balance, Too—Here’s How

It’s safe to say that mom life is never boring.

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Can You Really Make Up For Lost Sleep? Science Has an Answer

Haven’t slept since baby was born? Try this.

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This Viral Video of a Police Officer Playing with Kids & Their Dolls Is Too Cute

This police officer took a break for play time and made a huge impact with his compassionate community outreach.

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Why It’s So Important I Get Up Before the Rest of My Family

Waking up at 5:15 a.m. is still not something I would describe as pleasant or peaceful. Here’s why I do it, every day.

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Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week: Dec. 14, 2018

It’s time for some festive holiday tweets!

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Mental Illness Is Not Our Family Taboo & Here’s How We Talk about It

“The story of my family’s struggle with mental illness doesn’t start with a huge red flag waving in the wind, but a tiny alarm that could barely be heard.”

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8 Ways to Conquer Your Mornings Like a Boss

Include some of these tips into your daily ritual and we guarantee your morning routine will get easier.

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Speed of Life Too Fast? How to STOP When You Feel Overwhelmed

What’s the top cause of stress for working parents? For many of us, it is trying to balance the responsibilities of being a loving, caring parent who can be there for our kids, and being successful in our careers and…

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The 15 Hacks That Have Saved Our Mornings (and My Sanity)

My bedtime alarm rings at 6.30 am and I am tired again! According to my iPhone, I was suppose to go to bed at 10:00 to get 8 hours and 30 minutes of sleep. Because I enjoy my quiet time…

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Bus Driver Helps Girl Get to School

This bus driver helped a young girl get to school in the most unlikely way.

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How I Learned to Let Go of Parental Perfection

I wanted to be a perfect mom.

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And what perfect meant to me might be different than what it means to others.   I wasn’t looking for an immaculate home and gourmet dinners on the table,…

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New Dad-Created App Freezes Kids’ Phones

This dad created a genius app which makes it almost impossible for your child to ignore your texts.

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Which Baby Sleep Monitor Is Right for You?

Ever wondered if a sleep monitor would help your baby, and you, sleep better? We tell you everything you need to know about 7 top models.

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The Best Games for Teaching Summer Home Safety

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Your home should be a safe place for your kids. However, because some security threats can happen unexpectedly, it’s still a good idea to prepare your kids just in case something happens while you are gone. This is…

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3 Practical Travel Tips for Families Who Airbnb

Summer is here! Whether you have school-aged kids or just one cooking in the baby-maker, chances are you have overnight plans outside your zip code in the next few months. I know “Staycations” are cute and budget-friendly, but let’s face…

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App and at ‘Em! Tech to Help Kickstart Your Day

These apps can be the difference between a great day and a blah day.

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What Really Happens After Daycare Pickup

My son is almost two years old. When I drop him off at the daycare in the morning he is in a clean outfit that was picked out the night before. His socks may not match but his hair is…

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How I’ve Learned to Cope With My Anxious Child

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I’ve spent an enormous amount of mental energy forging routes around fear; taking the long way to avoid those scary woods.  It’s an exhausting and isolated path, full of its own obstacles and lacking a GPS signal.…

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