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If family is everything, these how-tos will help you through it all, from sibling drama to family vacations to irritating in-laws and beyond.

Peter Hill11 days ago
26 Essential Tips for Parents to Create Safe Surroundings for Your Child
A parent’s role is to constantly ensure that his children are healthy, happy, and safe. Since children love to experiment, and they’re prone to putting themselves in danger in various situations, you ...
Victoria Lim12 days ago
Family Bonding Activities That Will Help You Reconnect Quickly
No matter how busy you are, maintaining a healthy relationship with your family can often be difficult. You all might be running around, doing your daily obligations, and at the end of the day, you ar...
Carlos Fox18 days ago
Baby’s Firsts: When Should I Schedule My Infant’s Appointments?
Having a child is considered by many to be a major life milestone. Although many couples are waiting longer to have children, there were approximately 3.95 million live births in the United States dur...
Kevin 19 days ago
Five Ways to Keep Your Family Safe
One of the best memories you can share with your children is one created when you travel with them. While it is so much fun and fosters a strong family bond, there are extra responsibilities that you ...
Carlos Foxa month ago
4 Ways to Instill Confidence in Your Tween
Being a tween feels extremely challenging in the moment—everything feels overwhelming and like it’s the end of the world. Your teen might start to feel like they’re lacking the confidence they had as ...
Jenn Melona month ago
Enjoy Fun Rides and Keep Your Kids Safe with These Tips
Take a child to an amusement park, and it will be one of the days that they will never forget. The rides are exhilarating and exciting, which kids are known to love an abundance of. Besides going to a...
Heather Clarka month ago
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Kayla Triplett2 months ago
How to Care for Your Sick Baby
"Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn't know you had and dealing with fears you didn't know existed." —Linda Wooten
Mis Understood3 months ago
The Big P... Potty Training
Aside from temper tantrums, potty training has got to be one of the most challenging milestones for toddlers. It takes a lot of patience, focus, and in most cases, bribes to successfully complete pott...
Jennine Donier5 months ago
Cradle Boards for Baby
Cradle or Papoose boards are something that the Native Americans used to keep their babies safe and out of harm's way while mothers tended to the daily needs of her Wikkiup, Tipi, or hut. Cradle board...
Mac Childs5 months ago
I Did It!
I’ve had some amazing Holidays over the years. Even the less spectacular years were still pretty good, at least in the end. It’s not easy though. It starts out great with your favorite carols playing,...
Morgan E. Westling5 months ago
How to Handle a Toxic Mother-In-Law
Do you think you're noticing some of the signs your mother-in-law hates you? If you are in a situation where you need to handle a toxic mother-in-law, you may need some tips on how to stand your groun...
Ashley Smith5 months ago
How To: Stock up for Baby on a Budget
So, you're pregnant. You want to make sure you have everything you need for that precious bundle of joy, but you're worried about the cost. Raising a baby not only takes a lot of your time, but it als...
Dani Huka6 months ago
Supporting the New Mom
Motherhood. It’s full of blurry lines. The new mom not only has to learn how to tend to her new baby, but to also tend to all the opinions and advice bombarding her. Pregnancy and birthing a baby do m...
Carolin Petterson6 months ago
How to Stay Fit and Enjoy Family Life
Starting a family is a wonderful thing, but it comes with a lot of sacrifice and things that you have to decide to get rid of. Forget about your hobbies and days where you can spend all on your own. H...
Rosa Leon F6 months ago
Diary of a Venezuelan Migrant
On February 12th, 2014, the birthday of Rossanna. She and Andrea, my two daughters, separately with their friends, left to a protest. That day is not just Ross's birthday, it's the "Youth Day." In my ...
Rosa Leon F6 months ago
Diary of a Venezuelan Migrant
I am Rosa. I am a woman, daughter, mother, wife, and Venezuelan citizen. Like many compatriots, I left my country in search of a better quality of life. This is part of my history as a migrant. I have...
Meg Sarai7 months ago
Home Grown
“Where are you from?” Is a common first question people as when getting to know you. This is because where you come from and how you grew up plays a huge part in who you become. As a mother, I underst...