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Working Moms Find the Top 100 Places to Work 2003
Which are the companies that welcome moms. The companies listed in the top 100 of Working Mothers Magazine are īmom friendly.
Kids' Time-Out Tip: Cook together, play together
Would you like more quality time with your kids... and you donīt mean plopping down in front of the TV? Get back to basics with these ideas for cooking and playing together.
10 Tips For Holding A Successful Family Meeting
Regular family meetings are a great way to open communication between children and parents. Get started with these suggestions from the authors of "Our Family Meeting Book."
Wedding details - Don't Forget Your Work/Family Plan
Isn't it romantic... how you'll both share work and family responsibilities when you are married? Well, it can be, if you talk it out before exchanging vows.
Review: Why A Daughter Needs A Dad
A fatherīs love can mean the difference between a healthy, stable childhood and one thatīs not. For a girl, it can also show her what to expect from her future relationships and can provide a haven when the worldīs not what it should be. Here's a lovely book that celebrates the father-daughter bond
Stay-At-Home Mom? Take Time For Yourself
Stay-at-home moms can burn out just as easily as their career-mother counterparts. If you've made motherhood your full-time profession, make sure to take time out for yourself so you can enjoy your kids more, and be a better mom.
Traveling On Business? Get The Latest SARS Tips
Does your career or business send you off to handle projects or meetings abroad? If you, hereīs how to safeguard yourself with the latest medical advice and news about SARS.
First-time working mom? Balance your roles
First-time moms may not realize how much life will change when their baby is born. You should get more than just lessons on changing diapers and giving baths. Find out how motherhood will change your identity and plan how to balance your new roles.
I Don't Know How She Does It: The Life Of Kate Reddy, Working Mother
Any woman whoīs tried to balance a career with motherhood may see a glimpse of herself in the Work & Family Book Club pick for April. Read this review of how protagonist Kate Ruddy juggles her high-powered fund-manager job with mothering her two small children.
You Can Go To The Potty: Book Review
Child development experts Dr. William and Martha Sears offer this step-by-step guide for young children learning how to use the toilet. The transition from diapers to toilet is an exciting time for kids, and for parents, but it can also be frustrating for some families.
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