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Learning to Forgive
For siblings, bonds are formed early and they can last a lifetime. However, when those early, long lasting relationships turn negative, can siblings set aside differences and truly learn to forgive? Here are five things to remember about forgiveness.
Lessons for Kids on Valentine’s Day
St. Valentine’s Day is not just for romance. Start a Make a Heart, Give a Heart campaign to teach valuable lessons of compassion to your children.
Little Fockers Movie Review
After the success of Meet the Parents and the sequel Meet the Fockers, will the follow up be as entertaining? Should you bring the kids?
Losing a Loved One
Memories is a poem/song in tribute to those left behind after losing a loved one. The process of grieving and healing takes time and emotional space. Quiet understanding and showing up for the long haul are required from those of us who want to help.
Long term mentoring is an important part of a parent’s responsibility. Here are 7 guidelines that can help teach kids essential character building lessons.
Middle Child Syndrome
Middle child syndrome is an expansion of the birth order theory. Are there real character traits related to the emotions of the middle child or is this “syndrome” lacking in credibility?
Mother’s Day Memory Box
Looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Siblings can get together to provide Mom with a gift she’ll cherish for years to come.
Nearsighted Children Can be Free of Glasses
Not Lasik surgery, CRT is an alternative procedure to help nearsighted children see without glasses!
Night at the Museum Movie Review
Want a great movie for family night? Check out the review for a family movie which includes a kid's point of view too! Seen the movie? Take the trivia quiz!
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Movie review: Rated PG, "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian" is definitely a family movie made for the kids to enjoy. The colorful characters featured gives an idea of what the real Smithsonian has to offer.
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