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10 No Candy Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids

My children receive oodles of candy every Valentine’s Day. But we don’t really eat candy at our house, with the exception of some chocolate chips or sprinkles on ice cream. Yum! So I always feel terrible dumping out the candy they receive. There are many ways you can help your children give their friends a little Valentine’s Day love without resorting to candy. Everyone still feels the love and no one is in danger of cavities. It’s a win-win! Non-Candy Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids Bubbles - Wrap a sticker… View Full Article
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Save Time with BigOven: A Meal-Planning App for Mom

Flying by the seat of my pants is what I like to call my typical approach to planning dinner. I love to cook and try new recipes, which means the standard taco, chili and pasta bake dinners, while easy for me to whip up, don’t offer the challenges I like in the kitchen. I also have an eight-month-old baby and work full time, so I don’t get a lot of opportunity to play in the kitchen as much as I used to. Enter BigOven. A free website and app that… View Full Article
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Social Media Dos & Don’ts for Young Athletes & Their Parents

Social media can be a minefield for the parents of young athletes as well as the athletes themselves. As a proud parent, you can turn off friends and families with endless posts and boasts about your child’s latest exploits on the field. One of the quickest ways to annoy others is by posting a humblebrag about your child on Facebook. “Our weekends are so busy because Johnny has been asked to play on two select teams and that is interfering with his ‘gifted” math classes he is taking at the… View Full Article