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Libros Para Los Niños: Spanish Books For Kids

Estoy leyendo, mamá! I may not be a native Spanish speaker but can definitely attest to the importance of both reading and teaching our children a second language. … More

15 Ways to Keep Your Kids Positive

With all of the concerns we have as parents, it’s fairly easy to forget that our kids have their own issues. Here are 15 tips keeping your kids positive…. More

No Free Rides, Kid: That Time My Son Asked For An Allowance

In our home, the idea of forking over cash to someone with access to the latest technology, but claims he’s bored, wasn’t part of the master plan. … More

Conversations With Kids: Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

How does a concerned parent engage in a healthy talk about sex with children who are often overexposed to sexual and sensual images?… More

Banishing The Momzilla: How To Get Rid Of Your Inner Mom Monster

What’s a Momzilla? You know, the overprotective mom that comes out fighting like a bear who is worried about her baby cub? Yeah, that was me. … More

What Children’s Books Teach Us About Race

Author Anne Miller sheds light on the huge disparity in the number of African American characters found in Children’s books and what we can do to make sure our sons and daughters see themselves in the books they read. … More

My Son Has Skills: When You Realize Your Kid Has Been Listening All Along

Maybe all of my rants about hard work didn’t slide in one ear and fly out of the other…my 13-year-old son has skills!… More

15 Reasons to Fill Your Child’s Social Calendar

In order to keep your kids well-rounded, look into some extracurricular activities–take a look at our 15 reasons to get their social calendar full…. More

5 Ways to Deal with a Teacher Who’s a Meanie

In your child’s school career, you’re bound to come across at least one uncooperative or just plain mean teacher. Here’s how to deal…. More