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Expert Tips to Throwing the Best Birthday Party with Animals

Get wild and dig into planning your special animal celebration with these tips (we especially love #4) from a professional animal handler.

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11 Important Things Every Son Needs to Hear from Their Dad

These important life lessons can help shape a boy into becoming a courageous, honorable, and kind man.

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Mindy Kaling Curated an Airbnb Wishlist for Moms & We Are Booking Right Now

Book an escape from the hustle and bustle and get back to nature with these beautiful retreats.

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4 Need-to-Know Ways to Develop Patient Parenting

“Patient and parenting are not often words you find in the same sentence when you’re a parent, but with a little focus and help, you can make patient parenting a way of life.”

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Set up for School Success With These Kid-Approved Home Learning Ideas

“All of these thoughtful preparations will also start positively reinforcing that summer is winding down and a new season is starting—even if it’s going to look a little different this year than last.”

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Facebook Debuts New Parent Resource Hub to Offer Support & Assistance

The new Hub is giving parents an all-in-one place to find everything they need to stay connected.

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Base-ically, the One Thing You’ll Need to Take Baby Home

The brand new Nuna RELX base for PIPA series car seats is loaded with brilliant features and superior functionality.

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This Affordable Cell Phone Service Works for the Whole Family

Twigby is a low-cost wireless services that’s a great option for tweens and teens.

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How to Achieve Digital Wellness in a Virtual World

Want to reduce your dependence on your digital devices, even just a little bit? Try these seven tips to detox your technology usage without feeling disconnected.

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3 Low-Sugar Snack Recipes Your Kids Will Love

“Swap out packaged sweets for home-baked treats since most store-bought foods are overloaded with sugar. If you bake some of the very same treats with your kids instead, you can control how much—or how little—sugar you use.”

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Mindful Eating & 3 Ways to Cut Out Sugar

“I realized after all my hardships that I am an emotional eater and when under extreme amounts of stress, I seek comfort in food. Once I became aware that I was actually doing this I was able to change and develop tools to cope.”

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Create Calm at Home by Holding Your Own Retreat

“Before the quarantine, many of us may have taken a weekend or a week and go off somewhere to experience time with friends, sought out the quiet we crave to be able to think, make decisions, re-energize or relax—so why not do this now in the comfort of our own home as a way to create calm and community?”

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How I’ve Let Love Conquer My Everyday Parenting Fears

Two emotions drive every aspect of human life. One binds, the other separates. Love draws together. Fear pushes apart.
Both emotions exist in our heart, battling for control over our actions and reactions on a daily basis.

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Carson and Siri Daly Welcome Fourth Child

She joins proud siblings Jackson James (11), Etta Jones (7) and London Rose (5).

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Sesame Workshop Launches Caring for Each Other Initiative

These free resources are designed to help parents provide comfort and manage anxiety.

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Fighting Cabin Fever? Here’s What to Do with the Kids Mar. 27-29

Not sure how to keep your kiddos entertained this weekend. We’ve got your guide to social distancing activities that are fun for the whole fam.

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Barefoot Books Releases New Activities and Resources for Kids

These kits will inspire your kids to create, explore and learn.

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How to Talk to Children about the Coronavirus

Provide them with facts and reassurance in a calm manner. 

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Want to Be More Mindful as a Couple? Try These 4 Techniques

Research has proven that active mindfulness makes you a better, calmer, happier person—for both you and your partner.

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5 Ways to Practice Compassion through the Holidays

“No matter how you give and give back this holiday season and beyond, stay mindful about those in need. May we all be lucky enough to not need, but when we do, may we all have the support of our loved ones and community to help us through.”

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4 Ways to Introduce Mindfulness to Children

Making mindfulness part of your parenting toolkit need not be complicated or time-consuming and by incorporating mindful behaviors into your own life, you teach kids valuable skills that will pay big dividends for years to come.

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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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6 Mindful Parenting Tips for the New School Year

Whether it’s your child’s first day of preschool or the first day of middle school, a new school year brings with it a whole host of emotions. These tips can help bring a sense of calm and control over a potentially stressful situation.

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The 3 Habits All Parents Need to Master

By setting an example now and forming these essential habits that they can emulate, you will be doing more for them than any picturesque “Leave It To Beaver” lifestyle ever could.

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A Diverse Summer Reading List for Young Readers

A short list of some of our favorite picture books and early chapter book series with diverse characters if you’d like to intentionally diversify your children’s summer reading options.

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Parenting Is Super Hard & This Supportive App Wants to Help

This app wants to help you get through parenthood without losing your mind.

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Etiquette Tips That’ll Help You Survive the Holidays

Here’s what to do with that hand-knit sweater from Great Aunt Maude.

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How to Let Your Kids Enjoy Their Halloween Candy without Feeling Like a Bad Parent

Halloween is the perfect time of year to teach kids healthy eating habits with these expert tips.

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I Am My Child’s Inner Voice & Every Word Is Sacred

When they get older, yours will be the voice they hear in their heads, like it or not, so be encouraging as often as possible and be gentle with criticism.

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Fresh Starts: Local Help for Spring Cleaning

Eager for that clean spring feeling but need a little help getting there? We’ve got a roundup of some of the area’s best places to turn.

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Mindfulness for Kids in NYC

These city spots are helping tots (and adults) be present!

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Are You a Helicopter Parent? Here’s How to Come in for a Landing

Helicopter parenting: That’s something other people do, right? No one wakes up in the morning and says, “Today, I’m going to be a parenting stereotype!” Quite the opposite: parents open their too-often under-rested eyes in the morning and jump right…

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You’re Only Human and That’s Okay

Some of us are more relaxed than others, but sooner or later most of us get to the point that we stress out. Admittedly, I’m someone who reaches that point very soon. It doesn’t really help that I have a…

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3 Ways to Stop Beating Yourself Up and Be a Better Parent

Most parents struggle with feelings of guilt over thoughts they are not doing a good enough job for their kids. One study from the UK found parents feel guilty at least 23 times a week!

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How to Help Your Child Transition to Kindergarten Like a Pro

Kindergarten is an exciting time for children but it can also be a stressful time of change, not just for little ones, but for parents too. Although each child is unique and develops at his or her own pace, most…

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