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Who Will Visit After the Baby is Born?
You may be envisioning a 24 hour-social in your room after your son is born, while your husband doesn’t plan for anyone but his parents and yours to visit. How much more pleasant the whole experience will be if you settle the issue now!
The Five Things Every Mom Needs In Her Purse
Ditching the diaper bag is one of the first signs that your son is growing up, and as long as you keep your purse stocked with these key essentials, you can enjoy this phase of his life as much as you loved the baby phase.
What is Operant Conditioning?
If you have the kind of son who loves to push your buttons and who doesn’t respond well to punishment (i.e., you haven’t really been able to find his “currency”), operant conditioning may just be the thing for you to try.
Coping with Winter Colds
Winter colds are a fact of life, but there are a few things you can do to make your little guy more comfortable while getting through one.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Crock Pot
If you are the busy mother of sons, you may not be taking full advantage of all your crock pot has to offer. It is probably the most forgiving appliance in your kitchen once you know how to use it, so learn a few basic rules regarding it, and make your life much easier!
Unabridged vs.Abridged Books
If there is one subject on which librarians (and many parents) feel strongly, it is abridged classics: some love them and some hate them. What few seem willing to admit is that each side has some good points. Without further ado, then, here are the benefits of each:
Review of Road Trip by Gary Paulsen
Gary Paulsen's Road Trip is a quick and entertaining read for boys 12 and up.
Ways Boys are Different from Girls
In some key ways, boys are very different from girls. If you're a mom of boys, these ways will be very familiar to you!
Fun Family Ideas for New Year's Eve
Especially when your kids are old enough to stay up until Midnight, but young enough not to go out with their own friends, there is something very special about ringing in the New Year with your own children.
Is Santa Claus Real?
Regardless of how your family handles the issue of Santa Claus, it is almost inevitable that you will, at some point, hear the question, "Is Santa Claus real?"
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