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10 Titles for Young Readers to Cherish

Happy Valentine’s Day! There’s a lot to love about this month and also these 10 books that share stories about all kinds of relationships. Board/Toddler ‘I Love All of Me by Lorie Ann Grover A short and sweet book that identifies all of the lovable parts of the body and …

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4 Traits for Success

4 Traits for Success: How Kids & Parents Can Be Resilient in 2020 While nobody can predict the challenges that today’s children will face as adults, child therapist Vivian Morgan has helped enough children and teens to pinpoint certain predictors of a child’s ultimate success. Morgan has seen children of …

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Mental Health Care for New Moms

Recognizing and treating postpartum mood or anxiety disorders Becoming a mother can be the most magical of times in a woman’s life. It can also be among the most trying of times, especially for moms who struggle with mental health matters as they adapt to their new roles. That’s why …

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Knitting for Charity

More than just a hobby, knitters and crocheters are picking up their needles as a way to give back to the community Photo by Retha Ferguson from Pexels Aside from the inherent sense of accomplishment and pride in creating a garment or accessory, the simple act of knitting for charity …

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Conversation Bath Bombs

Spread The Love With These Easy-To-Make Valentines This Valentine’s Day, you could give your kids a traditional box of tiny cards to pass out to their friends at school. Or you could work together in the kitchen to make the most creative valentines in the class: conversation heart bath bombs! …

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Mom Life: Shana Knight

Name: Shana Knight Title: Marketing and Outreach Manager at United Way of Frederick County Lives: Frederick Family: Daughter, Ashton, 2   Five things you can’t live without? My daughter, caffeine, hand sanitizer, my family … and did I say caffeine? What’s your favorite chore? My favorite chore, without any doubt, …

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What Kobe Represented for Sports Parents

The death of Kobe Bryant touched so many of us sports parents and children. My daughters, Paige and Grace, both played basketball, and road trips, or just regular trips to practice, were part of the game. Both my girls immediately called their dad when they heard of Kobe’s death and …

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Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

The World Health Organization yesterday declared the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak that started in Wuhan, China, a public health emergency. As of this morning, more than 200 people have died, with more than 9.800 infections confirmed worldwide, according to The New York Times. So naturally, we’re starting to freak out. “When something’s novel, …

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New TV Shows for Kids: February 2020

Back in the early 90s, Nickelodeon had the best game shows. Remember “Double Dare,” “GUTS,” and “Legends of the Hidden Temple”? How badly did you want to want to be a contestant on one of Nick’s game shows just so you could get slimed — or meet Marc Summers? In January, …

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Avoid the Flu with These 8 Food Tips

Flu season is here – and food is one of your best ways to fight back. More than 2.6 million flu illnesses are estimated nationwide so far this flu season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports. While the flu vaccine can help prevent the flu or weaken its …

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