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Should Children Open Gifts at Birthday Parties
Trying to decide if your child should open gifts at his or her party? Tips and advice on how to decide.

Do-It-Yourself Children's Halloween Costumes
Four simple ideas for boys and girls Halloween costumes you can make yourself.

Inexpensive Children's Halloween Costumes
Making Halloween fun for children doesn't have to cost a fortune. Here's some inexpensive options for great Halloween costumes.

Papa's Grow Sticks Review
Papa's Grow Sticks are a truly beautiful family heirloom in-the-making to record those little marks of children's physical growth that are so often painted over or left behind on a doorframe of a childhood home.

The Gift of an Ordinary Day - Book Review
While "The Gift of an Ordinary Day: A Mother's Memoir" by Katrina Kenison, may at first appear to be for mothers of teenagers or at least adolescents, I would actually consider it a must-read for mothers of young children.

Children and Health Care Reform
After a visit to the ER with my daughter for a head injury, my thoughts on health care reform.

Alternatives to Forced Apologies - Making Amends
Forcing children to apologize may not always be the best path. Taking responsibility for causing harm and taking action to help may be a more important first step. Here are alternatives to making children apologize.

Alternatives to Forced Apologies - First Steps
Forcing children to apologize may not always be the best path. Taking responsibility for causing harm and taking action to help may be a more important first step. Here are alternatives to making children apologize.

Making Children Apologize
Should children be forced to apologize when they hurt another? Isn't it simply "good manners?" A discussion of the meaning of an apology and why "I'm sorry" may not always be the best expectation.

Modeling Manners and Courtesy for Young Children
Modeling good manners and courtesy is the most important way to teach our children these important life skills.

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