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5 Things I Wish I Had Known about Life with Autism

“I wish I could go back to myself on that day with my tear-filled eyes and fill myself in on a little of what I’ve learned so far.”

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I’m Just a Mom, Doing Her Best

“If you see me out in public don’t think I’m the mom who has it all together, or the mom that’s a hot mess. I’m simply the mom doing her best.”

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3 Things a Disney Movie about a Dinosaur & Non-Verbal Child Taught Me

“Maybe this was only a fictional Disney Pixar movie. Maybe Kanen has just taught me to look at life through a new lens. Regardless. I’m thankful for both.”

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7 Ways to Teach Your Kids about Elections

“This year has been unprecedented. What better time to engage with them on topics that will certainly remain issues as they mature into adults?”

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The Sparkle of Christmas & the Hope We Hold

“As special needs parents, we give up so much of the traditional that sometimes we grasp on to a single simple thing, one thing we don’t want to give up on to convince ourselves that we aren’t missing out.”

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What to Say to Someone Who Experienced a Miscarriage

When someone you know or love suffers a miscarriage, you may feel lost and don’t know what to say or do. Read this to help guide you and help ease their pain.

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Breastfeeding during COVID-19? What Every New Mom Needs to Know

Worried about nursing your newborn during COVID-19? This breastfeeding advice can help alleviate your stress.

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A Letter to Our Teachers: Thank You for Keeping Us Going

“You’ve shown up for my kids with the same loving-but-‘Let’s get down to business’ attitude they’ve known all school year—even as the weight of working from home amid a pandemic has become so big you’ve probably felt like you can’t always carry it.”

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A Retirement Party for My Least Favorite Work Partner

I’m planning your retirement party next week, even though you’ve mostly just been a pain in the butt for that last year. You regularly made me late to meetings or required me to duck out early. You interrupted my work…

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Don’t Call Him Abe: 10 Cool Things to Know about Abraham Lincoln

We’ve rounded up 10 fun facts about the 16th U.S. president.

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Want to Raise Independent Kids? Do This

While there are many ways for parents to encourage independence and confidence in their children, here are five of the most impactful parenting behaviors you can do to raise self-reliant kids.

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Starbucks Mermaid Tumbler Is Fit for an Under Sea Princess

If you have a young mermaid fan, you might want to get two of these.

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Survey Shows More Than Half of All Parents Don’t Practice This Tradition

Forget about two tables, parents want everyone at one!

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4 Red Tricycle Editors Share Their Heartwarming Real Christmas Tree Memories

Our own Red Tricycle editors divulged their family’s most memorable Christmas tree moments, from the hilarious to the endearing.

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Cocktail Time? Join Us on April 10 at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy a mom’s night out or a unique way to shake up your next dinner party, this is it.

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14 Secrets to Being a Happy Parent

Simple steps to becoming a happier mom and dad.

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This 12-Year-Old Made an Amazing System to Help Kids Be Better Pet Owners

Don’t fear the “Can I have a pet?” question with this new system.

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Here’s How Much to Tip Your Babysitter or Nanny for the Holidays

How much are you willing to pay for a kid-free New Year’s Eve?

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Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade Talk Parenthood After Infertility in Moving Interview

Despite eight miscarriages, Union was never willing to give up on the idea of becoming a mom.

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Here Are 14 Things Successful Working Moms Give Up Doing—You Should, Too

Moms, you don’t have to do it all. Here are 14 ways to make your life easier.

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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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FYI: Costco Is NOT Calling You With a Free $500 Travel Voucher—It’s a Scam

If it sounds too good to be true, there’s a good reason.

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Flying with Kids Just Got More Expensive, So Here’s Which Airlines Are Better

Flying with kids will cost you more if you want the good seats.

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Serena Williams’ Male Coach Asked Her to Stop Breastfeeding & What?

Balancing motherhood and career is never easy—especially when you are a world-class tennis champ.

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The Good News You Missed in All That Build-A-Bear Pay Your Age Day Craziness

You can still score the Pay Your Age deal, no line necessary.

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Khloe K’s Candid Tweets about Breastfeeding Struggles Show She’s Not Alone

As a new mom, Khloe Kardashian has had to make some hard choices and her tweets are so relatable.

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This New Travel Site Lets You Buy Someone Else’s Vacation

Transfer Travel hopes to become the eBay for vacations.

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Potential New Pill May Change the Way Children with Type 1 Diabetes Get Their Insulin

What if there was a way for kiddo with type 1 diabetes to get the insulin that they need without the needle sticks?

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How Parents Can Empower Their Children with a Growth Mindset

As a parent and former educator, every time I hear these dreaded phrases: “I can’t do this,” “This is hard,” “I give up,” or “I am just not good at…” it is like nails on a chalkboard. And let’s face…

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