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Gardening with Kids
Gardening with kids can be incredibly educational and rewarding. Some insights and tips on gardening with children.

MyFitnessPal – Weight Loss for Moms
The iPhone/iPad app and website, MyFitnessPal (MyFitnessPal.com) offers a useful tool for mothers of young children to manage calorie intake for weight management. My husband and I have had success with this easy to use program.

Melanie Ann White - Music for Children
Melanie Ann White, my daughter's music teacher, offers outstanding music for children. If you have children, or know someone who does, consider giving them the gift of Melanie's music.

Control-It Nail Biting System Review
My daughter and I tried Control-It Nail Biting Cream to kick her new nail biting habit and my 30-year one. A review of the product and an account of our experiences.

Games with Children – Chutes and Ladders
Chutes and Ladders is a great game for young children from about age 3-6. What I have learned playing this game with my kids, and a basic rundown of the lessons the game can impart.

Extreme Parenting
Some parenting choices may seem extreme, such as a video posted by a man in February 2012 shooting his daughter's laptop. But looking at the issues surrounding examples of extreme parenting, and finding common ground, despite differing parenting approaches, can help us examine our own choices.

Handling Minor Childhood Injuries
Handling minor childhood injuries in a calm, empathetic consistent manner can greatly reduce the daily drama of life with young children.

Confessions of a Judgmental Mother
I'm judgmental, and I don't believe that judgmental is a dirty word. Why I think being judgmental is acceptable and even desirable.

Typical Behavior Milestones
Parents often worry about their child's development. Advice, resources and perspectives on evaluating children's typical behavior milestones and development.

The Princess and the Peanut – Book Review
"The Princess and the Peanut" by Sue Ganz-Schmitt and illustrator Micah Chambers-Goldberg offers and allergic-twist on a well-known fairy tale that provides a wonderful starting point for discussion with children about peanut allergies and peanut bans.

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