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Crustless Quiche: The Answer to Hungry Kids At Dinnertime

Ok. Picture this. You’ve got no dinner plan (this is me all too often) and all you have in the fridge is some leftovers, a few food staples and lunchmeat. It’s 4:00. Here’s the good news—as long as you have eggs and milk, you’re set. And yes, the kiddos will like it! Enter the crustless quiche. It’s like making eggs for dinner, but fancy and even more delicious. Quiche is packed with protein, so your kids will feel full and satisfied. And you’ll feel good knowing you fed them a… View Full Article
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Turn Down the Kid Party Crazy

I think we all have Pinterest to thank for the current level of kid party mania. Know any moms who have lost their ever lovin’ minds taking their parties to a “Party Planner to the Stars” level? A level that no average mom should ever feel compelled to pull off? Tricked out cocoa stations, candy tables with empty goodie bags for each child to scoop out their favorite confections and fluorescent-filled rainbow cakes adorned everything.   I remember my friends slaving away over tissue paper flower entryways, crafting the perfect invitations,… View Full Article
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How Important are Report Cards–Really?

Let’s be honest. Grades are overrated. But for many of us, they are a central part of our children’s educational journey. Do report cards accurately reflect a child’s progress in school or their underlying intelligence? Most experts would say “no.” Some kids are simply better than others at taking tests or they have a sharper memory for certain subjects. So what can we do to motivate and encourage our kids? How should we be responding to the grades we see on a report card – good or not so good?… View Full Article