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Get Everyone Out the Door Smiling Each Morning

Kids become competent, in increments. Every time a child becomes cheerfully autonomous, parents win, too. I don’t remember the exact year my daughter crossed the line from needing help getting out the door in the morning to being able to manage everything herself, but I do remember the thrill when she could finally tick each step of preparation off an imaginary list in her head. Here’s how to practice getting your kids out the door smiling every day until the entire process becomes routine.

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Clothing Kids for Less: Today’s Fashions at an Affordable Price

Fashion can be an important part of a child’s self-image, and a new wardrobe often comes at a high cost. But with advance planning, your kids can still achieve their look at a price you can afford.

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How to Get Your Kids to Stop Losing Their Stuff Without Losing Your Mind

There are some simple, practical solutions, but also some deeper, more lifelong lessons that we can teach our children about responsibility, respect, and the value of a dollar. “What do you mean you don’t know where your new shoes are? You haven’t even had them for a week!” I screamed at my daughter as steam simmered out of my ears and my face burnt with rage.

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Talking With Your Child About Sexual Health

Starting to talk about sexual health topics with your child early on will make it easier to keep talking with your child about sexual health as they grow older. 

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