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On St. Paddy’s Day, Anything Green Goes

Recipe Ideas the Kids Will Eat Up

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Breakfast of Champions

… Who Are Scrambling to Get Out the Door

The Fast, Protein-Packed Breakfast You’ll Want to Make Every Morning

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You Can’t Sit With Us

The Parenting Struggle That Is Kid Cliques

And How to Handle It

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Comfort Food Alternatives

9 Swaps to Make for Healthier Meals

(Sorry Grandma)

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Pancake Muffin with Canadian Bacon

9 Delicious Ideas for Breakfast Haters

Maybe you can’t stomach the thought of a meal first thing in the morning, or maybe you’ve been running on vats of coffee instead of a healthy breakfast. But you know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? So what’s a busy mom to do? Next time you’re in a rush or can’t get excited by traditional breakfast staples, try some of these ideas that make even the breakfast haters’ tummies rumble. Muffins Galore! Make-ahead and freeze breakfast muffins are great for on-the-go! They’re quick and easy to… View Full Article
Young Girl Catching the Rain

Spring Goal: No Lost Coats (or Sanity)

Here we are, poised on the edge of spring; that magical time of the year when most mornings require a jacket of some sort, and most afternoons call for a transition to shorts and t-shirts. As mothers, we find ourselves making desperate pleas for our kids to remember their jackets and sending up silent prayers that maybe, just this once, they will. When my daughter was in kindergarten, she made a habit of stopping by the “Lost and Found” at school to collect her older brother’s jackets and lunch boxes.… View Full Article
Kids on Bikes

7 Best GPS Kid Tracking Devices

One awful day, my son got lost. We had taken a trip with our family friends on an old-fashioned steam engine train at Christmastime. The train stopped at a busy outdoor station, where we could eat lunch before boarding again. Throngs of people milled around, and the parents in our group shepherded around six kids, stopping to look at menus in the different restaurant windows. We came to a quaint old restaurant with stairs leading to a dining deck that was closed for the wintertime. The bottom floor of the… View Full Article