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Tips For Maxing Out Holiday Fun While Keeping A Routine

While everyone loves holidays, no one loves trying to get kids back on track come January. Here are our tips and tricks to avoid festive FOMO while still sticking (mostly) to routine.

Helping Kids to Process and Communicate Difficult Emotions

Identifying, processing and communicating feelings can be really hard—especially when the emotions are difficult or complicated. Enter Feelu, a wellness app for children.

Broccoli and Cheese Patties

Got a kid who sneers at greens? Run these little broccoli and cheese patties by them. They're perfectly totable and plenty delicious.

20+ Editor-Picked Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids

Please every kid on your list this year with one, or a few, of these holiday gift ideas. Everything from stockings to big-ticket, right here.

How to manage your child’s sleep schedule during the fall time change

Fall back? More like fall back asleep. Here's how to help your little one adjust to the time change.

School-Age Milestones (6 to 10 Years): What to Watch For

By now, most moms and dads think they should have the hang of this parenting thing, but with every new stage of life, there’s something to learn. We’ve rounded up some of the most common milestones kids hit between the ages of six and 10, to help you with this next leg of the journey.

5 Ways to Create a Positive Sleep Environment in Your Home

When the kids don't sleep, the parents don't sleep. The math is simple, for all to be well-rested, a positive sleep environment needs to be implemented. We pulled a few tips to get you started.

Five Surprising Things to Know About Starting School

The ABCs and 123s aren’t pre-requisites for starting school. We’ve got a few other lesser-known tidbits for you to put in your back pocket for the early days of kindergarten.

How Can I Make the Flu Shot Less Painful?

The flu shot is extra important this year. There are lots of proven ways for parents to improve the needle experience.

Is It OK To Take Over Your Kids’ Homework?

Is it helpful to step in and takeover homework for your kids? It's a contentious topic. We asked two parents and an expert.

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