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Going Camping? Make It Sustainable with These 8 Easy Tips

Camping is a great way to disconnect but here’s how you can protect and preserve wild spaces for future generations to enjoy.

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How to Build Trust with Your Tween (According to Experts)

While they won’t help with the inevitable eye roll, this expert advice can help you connect and build mutual trust.

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Want to Raise Respectful Kids? Then You Need to Do This First

If you think your kids aren’t watching you, hearing you or taking in the energy you are putting out into the community—yelling or cussing at another driver who may have cut you off—then you are missing the bigger picture.

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15 Things Every Daughter Needs to Hear from Her Dad

What we dads do with our daughters is important, of course, but what’s just as important is what we say to them.

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10 Tips for Traveling with Teens & Tweens

“The more your teen is involved in the planning process, the more vested they will be in having a good time on the trip!”

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There Is No Room for Shame Here

“I’m not ashamed of autism and you shouldn’t be either because it’s not about a diagnosis. It’s about the person.”

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She’s Creepy, She’s Kooky & Wednesday Addams Is Coming to Netflix

The Netflix show will follow the teen years of your fave Addams daughter.

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How to Have Happy & Cooperative Toddlers during a Diaper Change

“The key in these moments is to avoid engaging in this resistant behavior. Your only job is to steady the course, no matter what attempt at distraction, your little throws your way.”

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7 Questions to Ask Yourself before Gathering for the Holidays

“You aren’t responsible for making sure everyone in your extended family has a ‘happy holiday season.’ Your first commitment should be to protect the mental health of yourself, your spouse, and your children.”

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6 Ways to Encourage Inclusivity in Your Family

“Raising respectful, knowledgeable, and empathetic members of society begins with you, and by encouraging inclusivity at home, you’re doing your part in creating a better world for everyone.”

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How to Teach Children the Power of Giving & Empathy through Charity

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” —Mother Teresa

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29 Hilarious Halloween Memes That Perfectly Sum Up Parenting

These memes pretty much sum up parenting this time of year.

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Want a Better Relationship with Your Child? Earn Their Respect

“Trust and respect is a two-way street. Trust them and respect them and they will find it easier to trust and respect you.”

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How One Mom Pursues Multilingualism at Home & You Can Too

“I so badly want my kids to be global citizens, to have the world open to them through language, and to have real friendships with people across the world. So if they take any interest in any language, I’m on it.”

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The Proud Family Reunion

Keke Palmer Joins Cast of Disney+ “Proud Family” Reboot

All seasons of The Proud Family are currently available on Disney+.

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Black Beauty

“Black Beauty” Is Coming to Disney+

The film will premiere on the streaming service in late 2020. 

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These Kid-Friendly Playlists will Help You to Talk About Equity

YouTube Kids has curated a playlist about how to talk to kids about racial injustice based on their age.

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See In Black

Black Photographers Share Powerful Images in Honor of Juneteenth

All proceeds will go to support a larger mission affecting Black Americans.

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The Kids Will Be Okay

“As parents, it’s our duty to protect our children and teach them to do the right thing so that when they become adults, they will remember all the life lessons that we taught them.”

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How to Educate your Children on Riots & Protests

What’s on the news can be scary to kids but not talking to them about it can be even scarier. Mom, educational psychologist and parenting expert Reena B. Patel weighs in.

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10 Things We Should All Be Telling Our Sons

Open, honest and frequent communications are the key to battling stereotypes about boyhood.

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Doesn’t Everyone Have a Mommy?

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Four-year-old Derek calls out to me, “Joel just said that he doesn’t have a mommy and I told him that everyone has a mommy! Doesn’t everyone have a mommy?” Derek asks.
As a nursery school teacher, I was…

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Disney Releases Final Trailer for Mulan & We Can’t Wait!

This week, Walt Disney Studios released the final trailer for the upcoming film.

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The “Beverly Hills 90210” Reboot Won’t Come Back for a Second Season

The nostalgic ’90s fave won’t come back to the small screen.

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Sesame Street Is Premiering Its Historic 50th Season with a Primetime Special

Get ready for a star-studded tribute to the show beloved by generations.

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Teaching Kids to Be Good Digital Citizens

I want my kids to learn not only how to be safe online but also how to creatively, positively and productively navigate the online world—the hallmarks of a good citizen.

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6 Ways to Build Unbreakable Sibling Bonds

Building strong sibling relationships among your children not only brings peace of mind to parents, but it also yields adults who understand how to compromise and work as a team with almost anyone. Here are six ways you can positively facilitate that process.

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Game-Changer Chart for Frustrated Parents

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Dear Confessional,
Right when we become fooled into believing that we have mastered a certain tricky stage in our child’s development, a new one smacks us right in the head, resulting in a nasty headache and…

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