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His and Hers: How Gender Stereotyping is Harmful to Your Children

There’s one Christmas that I’ll always remember. My mother’s contemporary 90’s living room of brass elephants and white leather turned into a sea of Pepto-Bismol Pink courtesy of Mattel. … More

Ready or Not?: Do You Leave Your Child Home Alone?

It was a regular Sunday afternoon and after a long week and weekend, it felt nice to chill out on the couch and just be… … More

Back to School: DIY Kid-Friendly Homework Station Design

It’s almost time to start getting in the back-to-school groove, pick up a summer project and make your kids a great homework nook. Find out how inside…. More

Think Outside the Box: 12 Creative Kids Birthday Party Themes

Tired of the same old princess and pirate birthday party themes for your kids? Bring all the kids to your yard with one of these creative ideas!… More

If It Ain’t About the Money: 10 Ways to Encourage Young Entrepreneurs

Here, MommyNoire has compiled a list so that the whole family can get involved in building an empire for young entrepreneurs…. More

Reluctant Readers? 10 Books for Boys Who Hate to Read

Having a hard time getting your son to read? Maybe you’re just choosing the wrong books. Check out our list of 10 Best books for boys…. More

Free Activities: 10 Summer Freebies For The Family

Take a look at these 10 ideas and take advantage of this summer before it’s time for the kids to head back to school. Who doesn’t love free activities?!… More

Summer Days: Sanity Savers to Survive Summer at Home

Has the glow of the first few weeks of summer worn off? Make the days go by a little easier and hopefully with a few less meltdowns, with a list of ten sanity savers for surviving the rest of your summer at home…. More

Secondary Drowning: Keeping Our Kids Safe in the Sun

While many of us worry about the safety of our little ones, we’re getting you geared for the possibilities outside the water as well. Be aware of secondary drowning and prevention…. More