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Hygge: Winterize Yourself

Winter has never been my favorite season. Growing up in the Midwest, I regularly encountered temperatures below freezing and was cautioned more times than I can count about the dangers of black ice. You’d think I’d have developed greater fortitude for slogging through these cooler months of the year, but …

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When Your Kid Is Diagnosed with Celiac Disease

Just before the holidays, my teenage son was diagnosed with celiac disease, an allergy to the gluten protein found in wheat, rye and barley. Exposure can damage his intestines, causing nutrient deficiency and disease. The good news is, we know the problem and can fix it with dietary changes. The tough …

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Taming Your Child’s Tantrums

How to stay calm when tempers are flaring “I’m not going to school!” my 6-year-old screamed, running upstairs and slamming her door. The cause of her tantrum? I asked her to clean up her dolls before we left for school. I was already guilty of yelling that morning, too. Both …

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How to work with a camp consultant

Expert advisors match your child with their perfect camp — for free provided by McDonogh Summer Camps Finding the right camp for your child can seem daunting. After all, there are so many choices! Luckily, there are experts who can help. Think of a camp consultant as an expert advisor …

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DIY: Hot Chocolate Slime

It’s only January, but it’s been cold long enough that you might be running out of ways to keep the kids busy indoors. Fortunately, I have a solution: DIY hot chocolate slime slime! Slime can be tons of fun for a wide range of ages. For toddlers, it’s a sensory …

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Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten

Some of the most dramatic brain development occurs during the first three years of a child’s life. During this critical time children are acquiring their ability to think, speak, learn, and reason. According to the US Department of Education, the best way to nurture these young minds is to read …

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