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Around The Table Games are basic fun that help promote family bonding

It’s hard enough to get your ‘tween to talk to you at times but try getting to know three step kids! Sure, there’s the polite conversation, but how do I really get to know them? Enter Family Talk, one of the Around The Table Games created by Beth Daniels. Family Talk is a series of […]

Great site for teaching your kids financial responsibility and protecting their money

This year I’ve started giving my eight year old daughter an allowance. She certainly understands the value of a dollar and she’s looking for all sorts of ways to save for an iTouch that she desperately wants. She was so excited to announce to me on Sunday that she had $29 in her purse which […]

Can I help my special needs son find his passion and wean him of TV?

I’m frustrated and disappointed in myself. I know the people closest to me will tell me I’m too hard on myself but that’s not the case. This is about Spencer, my special needs’ son who I blog about often (although haven’t recently.) It depresses me beyond belief that he doesn’t seem to have a passion […]

Explaining the Tuscon Shootings to Our Kids

The shootings in Tuscon this weekend has shaken us all.  It reaffirms that tragedy can strike anywhere, anytime, when we least expect it.  It’s hard enough for adults to wrap their heads around it but how do we explain this to our kids.  In a world of 24/7 news it’s almost impossible for them not to […]

Diaper Bag Resolutions

By Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom    There is nothing worse than rummaging around your child’s diaper bag trying to find what you need while one of your kids is screaming at the top of his lungs and the other is making a run for it.   Life is hectic enough without the stress of not […]

Twitter Party Invitation! Let’s Tweet About Car Safety

Travelling for the holidays this year? For many of us we’ll be hitting the road for Grandma’s house, friend’s parties or even a family vacation. And, with airline travel being as crazy as it is, more families will be driving instead of flying. Car accidents are still one of the leading causes of injuries for […]

Twitter Party to a Healthier You!

As women, we are in a daily struggle to manage our lives as well as our kids and parents.  While juggling kid’s activities, jobs, cleaning, classes or doctors appointments, we oftentimes forget about ourselves. All women need to know the steps to understand the symptoms and reduce the risk of illness including heart disease.  And, […]

I’m teaching my kids that it’s not about being a Republican or Democrat by Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom

My kids have been asking me a lot of questions since they see all of the signs around town and hear the ads on TV.  It seems as if all they hear is how bad the “other guy” is.  It’s hard to explain to them what anyone really stands for because it’s spun, manipulated and […]

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