Why Mommy Wears Makeup

Posted April 14, 2008 by Sonja Stewart

Do you need to wear mascara to go to the supermarket? You're not alone. Why mom needs to "put her face on," to get on with her day.

Book Review: Parenting, Inc.

Posted April 12, 2008 by Carrie Kirby

Pamela Paul's new book is a wakeup call to today's consumerist parents: Not only do our kids not need all the crap we are buying them -- it may actually be hurting them.

Budget Is Not a Four Letter Word: Surviving a Layoff

Posted April 12, 2008 by Lori Kerrigan

Did the unthinkable happen...a layoff? We survived it by following a few life adjustments, so can you!

Don’t, Won’t, Can’t, Nope, Noooooo: A 4-Step Action Plan For Communicating Better With Your Child

Posted April 11, 2008 by Rosemerry Wahto...

You tell your daughter not to walk in the puddle. She walks in the puddle. You tell your son, “Please do not throw the fork.” He throws the fork. Not getting the behavior you’re asking for? Here’s one reason why, and four ways to improve your communication with your child.

The Big E: The Dangers of Entitlement and Why It Is Ruining Education

Posted April 11, 2008 by Fred Marmorstein

Entitlement plagues the educational system and those whose responsibility it is to educate our children. The lack of accountability and responsibility continues to undermine the success of our children.

Silent No More: How an Early Intervention Program Changed Our Lives

Posted April 10, 2008 by Sherry Pardy

When one of our twins didn't begin speaking at two years old, we panicked. Then, we called Early Intervention, and it made all the difference.

The Autism Journey

Posted April 10, 2008 by Karen Putz

When others were reassuring her that her son's speech delay was nothing to be concerned about, Patricia found herself listening to her mother's intuition instead. Her son was diagnosed with Autism.

How My Children Make Me A Better Person

Posted April 10, 2008 by Fred Lee

Thanks to my children, I'm finally becoming a responsible adult. Sort of.

Kid Friendly Without the Cost

Posted April 9, 2008 by Lori Kerrigan

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Do you need a kid friendly house, but can't be bothered with the cost? Check out these low-cost and free ideas, to transform your home into a place kids love to be!

Sibling Rivalry or an Only Lonely? Tick Tock…

Posted April 8, 2008 by Sonja Stewart

Having one is so much easier. But what do you do when you know you aren't done? On your mark...Get set...