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A child in the family means lots of big changes. There are education decisions to be made, playdates to host, new skills to learn, and lots and lots of books to read. Join us as we take a look at the everyday moments of parenting and the once-a-year celebrations, the big picture of childhood and the small details that aren't to be missed.

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  • History Lesson: Veterans Day

    Bethany Dunn - History Lessons

    Do your kids have today off from school? Make it more than just a day off. Today is a great opportunity to talk about the significance and history of the holiday. So just what is the history of Veterans Day (which, by the way, is the official spelling as declared by the feder.... read more

  • How Schools Teach Good Citizenship

    Ana Picazo - Resolutions and Reflections » Small Citizens

    cit-i-zen-ship [sit-uh-zuhn-ship] -noun1. the state of being vested with the rights, privileges, and duties of a citizen.2. the character of an individual viewed as a member of society; behavior in terms of the duties, obligations, and functions of a citizen: an award for goo.... read more

  • When to Give Things Away

    J Jordan - Keeping a Record

    Your son's baby blanket. The outfit in which your brought your daughter home from the hospital. The passies, the stuffed animals, the first books. Yes, there are things that no matter what, no matter your children's eventual age, you will retain, regardless of whether they cal.... read more

  • Tools to Help Preschoolers Take Care of Themselves

    J Jordan

    As hard as it is to believe, there will come a time when our children are grown and are able to do everything for themselves. They will be autonomous, independent and able to make their own decisions and live their own lives, without us peeking anxiously over their shoulders t.... read more

  • The Fun of Giving

    J Jordan

    When you were a little kid I'm sure you heard the adage, "It's better to give than to receive" at least once. Generally this was heard around the holidays, when a lot of giving -- and getting -- was going on. It was occasionally heard at birthdays and even ever-so-frequently a.... read more

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