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Why People Born in June Are More Social (& Other Fun Facts)

They can be a handful at times, but babies born in the sixth month are also creative, forgiving, and cheerful people.

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These Amazing Moms Are Sharing Just How Tough Moms Are

We’ve always known parents were tough, but the last year has shown everyone just how resilient they truly are! To celebrate the remarkable power of moms, we’ve teamed up with Once Upon a Farm, an organic children’s nutrition company co-founded…

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Today I’m Taking on the World like Wonder Woman

“I may not have the gold bracelets and lasso like when I was younger and watched my idol fight on TV while wearing the same outfit, but friends, I have my Wonder Woman mug to fill me up with the strength to take on today.”

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Do This at Home to Raise Kids That Do Good

“Children model what they live and experience. It goes without saying that kindness in the home translates to kindness outside of the home.”

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Remember Your Why

“I would wager that we don’t get burned out because of what we do. We get burned out because we forget why we do it.”

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An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Children Gratitude

“In my professional expert opinion, most children want to be helpful and show appreciation, it’s the way children’s brains are wired. Being thankful is intrinsically motivating, which is behavior that is driven by internal reward.”

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Whelp. We’ve Made It to Christmas

“It’s the time of year where one’s heart should grow three sizes and goodwill should be sprinkled like the curse words you use while trying to find the last-minute gift that your child decided was the gift of the year that you did not buy.”

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Rebel Girls Are Coming to Television & Here Are the Deets

Your fave pioneering girls and women are coming to film!

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What Are Big Emotions?

“In my house, we call these things ‘Big Emotions’ where a kid is feeling strong emotions and they don’t know how to express them in a positive manner, so inevitably a tantrum ensues.”

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10 Simple Ways to Practice Gratitude This Thanksgiving

“Yes, this pandemic holiday season may have its challenges but with some resilience and a grateful attitude, your family can still put the ‘thanks’ in Thanksgiving.”

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This New Minnie Mouse x Corkcicle Collab Is Simply Ear-esistible

Mickey Mouse is often the star of the show but Corkcicle’s new Disney collab puts another mouse front and center. The drinkware company just released a new collection and it’s all about Minnie!
The three-piece collection pays homage to Minnie…

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The Best NYC-Themed Costume Ideas, Halloween 2020 Edition

From iconic and classic creations to ones inspired by residents both real and imagined, these ideas showcase true Big Apple pride!

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What Is on Your Family’s Coat of Arms?

If you could create your own family’s coat of arms, what values would you choose to prominently display?

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6 Toddler Milestones to Get Excited About

Toddler milestones are no less exciting than baby’s first smile and tooth. Here are 6 biggies to celebrate!

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This Collaboration Between LEGO & National Geographic Looks Amazing

This new campaign will inspire kids to develop creative solutions for real life environmental challenges.

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Sad about Summer Quarantine? Here’s How to Make It Fun

“Just because the pandemic and subsequent quarantine have changed our plans, it doesn’t have to change your spirit!”

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New Streaming Service Offers Wholesome and Fun Shows for Kids

The values-based content requires no parental review.

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A Letter to Our Kids about COVID-19

“You won’t remember Mom and Dad scrambling to come up with activities to do besides watching TV or not being able to have playdates. But we will all remember the positive attitude that comes from this time of social isolation.”

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Nature and Nurture: The Origins of Compassion

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With the tense atmosphere that has surrounded our culture in the past few weeks, I’m thinking about compassion today. As parents, most of want to instill an understanding of compassion and kindness towards others in our children. It…

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Our 4 Favorite Life Lessons from “DreamWorks Archibald’s Next Big Thing”

For some capital-A adventure, let Archibald Stutter lead the way.

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5 Ways to Get Your Kid into Art & Painting

Making art is beneficial to both children and adults. And while making art can be intimidating, it doesn’t have to be. Here are five easy ways to introduce art and painting to your kids.

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5 Creative Ways to Unlock Your Child’s Potential

There are so many things you can do to ensure the academic success of your child. These tips will help your child discover their full potential.

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Here’s Why Parenting Looks So Much Harder Than It Really Is (Sometimes)

“Here’s the reason why parents find it so difficult to be the parent that they should be.”

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Dear Parents of Kids with That Dreaded Stomach Bug: I See You. I Salute You

“Every single time it happens you think, surely that’s it, right? This has to be over now!”

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4 Savvy Ways Working Moms Can Network to Find the Flex Job of Their Dreams

Here are four simple networking resolutions if you want a flexible job that blends work and life.

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Preschool Positivity Takes Flight with Nick Jr.’s Fresh New Show

This little bird encourages kids to never give up, aim high and develop big ideas.

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This Candy Company Will Change the Way You Eat Dessert

Find out why OCHO Candy is the next big thing in dessert, and score a great discount on us!

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I’m That Dad Who Always Complained about His Kids

I like to think I have become much closer to achieving my childhood dream of becoming a good father.

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