My Daughter’s Ready to Leave – I’m Not

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“Packets Up” Is The Way To Go With Liquid Laundry Packets

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How Re-Inventing Yourself Will Make You Happy

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What I’ve Learned Living Without a Credit Card for Six Years

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Child Safety

Social Networking and its Influence on College Applications

As the college application deadlines draw near, there may be another part to the application process that teens are unaware of; passing the social networking test. It’s not so much a test rather than a peak into your child’s life via the internet and social network sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. Colleges and […]

Making the Thanksgiving Meal a Family Affair

Without a doubt, Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays.  Cooking is my hobby and I love the idea of spending time in the kitchen whipping up some fabulous dishes.  Stuffing, potatoes, turkey, and pie all need special attention and lots of help to make perfect for the feast of the year, and I know […]

How to Stay Active in Winter

How fast November has come upon us! Now that the clocks are turned back, colder air is moving in, and darkness falls early, staying active in these winter months is crucial for parents and kids alike. There is only so much you can do inside your home without getting cabin fever and with the weather […]

What You Should Tell The Baby Sitter Before Walking Out The Door

With holiday parties, last minute shopping and all the hustle and bustle of the season, parents are scrambling to find babysitters.  Whether you’re new to the area or just haven’t had to use a regular babysitter, it’s always tough to find someone reliable and responsible.  The best bet is to ask friends for a referral.  […]

The Count Down to a Safe Holiday Season

With the holiday season approaching, it’s time to trim the trees and deck the halls.  And while you’re kids are counting down the days until they can rip open their presents, consider doing a count down yourself to a safe holiday season. Day 10 – It’s cookie making time!  Whether your kids are helping you […]

Buckling Up and Flying Safe With Kids For The Holidays

I can’t believe Christmas is almost here!  It seems like yesterday that it was the first day of school.  The season is one of the busiest travel time of the year and, when you’re travelling with kids, it becomes even more stressful. Whether you’re travelling by car or plane here are some tips on the […]

What You Need To Know About Newborn Screening

Almost from the moment you learn that you’re pregnant an overwhelming amount of information begins coming your way.  There are so many new experiences and so many things to consider that it’s almost impossible to remember everything.  And thanks to the internet, now even more information is available than ever before.  One thing that many […]

Traumatic Brain Injury

As the Winter Olympics approach as well as the Superbowl, sports viewing will be at an all-time high.  And kids of all ages will have the opportunity to witness some incredible athletic performances.  But, as we recently saw with the tragic accident of Olympic hopeful snowboarder, Kevin Pearce, tragic accidents can and do happen. Traumatic […]