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November 4, 2009 A new book gives parents a hand instilling values of helpfulness, kindness and generosity in their children. more »»

Stop Impulsive Behavior

November 4, 2009 Impulse control is the ability to stop and think before acting. It’s one of the executive functions children need to control thoughts and actions. more »»

Little Athletes, Big Responsibility

October 2, 2009 You’ve heard the phrase in sports circles: “The parents ruin it for the kids. more »»

GIVEAWAY: Reminder Decals

October 1, 2009 It’s every parent’s nightmare. more »»

Raising Little Mountaineers

September 4, 2009 Do you bleed blue and gold? Team Baby Entertainment wants to help you to raise your little Mountaineer right. Think Baby Einstien for the sports-minded set. more »»

Does Your Child's New Teacher Make the Grade?

September 4, 2009 Parents often feel anxiety about whether their child has a teacher and classroom environment best suited to meet their educational needs. more »»

Get a Babysitter

July 13, 2009 Moms and dads who think nothing of taking the baby to the movie theater may want to think twice. more »»

Sobering Thoughts on Summer

July 1, 2009 Not to burst your summer bubble, but if your backyard BBQ and a buzz go hand in hand, you should know your children are paying attention, said Susie Vanderlip, founder of Legacy of Hop. more »»

Express Your Anger in Healthy Ways

July 1, 2009 Anger is an emotion experienced by both adults and children, and how we handle it varies by individual. Anger can be expressed in a healthy manner without hurting yourself or another perso. more »»

Boot Camp for New Dads Shares Tips for Celebrating Father’s Day

May 7, 2009 Working with more than 200,000 new dads over the past 18 years, Greg Bishop, founder of Boot Camp for New Dads, a nonprofit orientation program for fathers-to-be, offers tips on how guys really want... more »»

Six Tips for Stressed-Out Moms

May 6, 2009 It’s not surprising that mothers reported higher levels of stress than any other age group in an international survey of 30,000 people aged 13 to 65, conducted by Roper Starch Worldwide. more »»

Dollar Stretcher — May/June 2009

May 6, 2009 Use debit and credit cards prudently. To minimize interest charges, try to limit credit card purchases to those you can pay off in full at the end of the month. more »»

See the Bright Side of Things

May 6, 2009 ‘The Sad Mad Glad Book’ Family Tip of the Month “See the bright side of things. more »»

Alternatives to Candy for Your Child's Easter Basket

April 3, 2009 Remember when Easter baskets only held candy and hard-boiled eggs? Nowadays, children receive baskets full of candy, toys, books, games and more. more »»

Moms Mad at Dad Talk About It Online

March 8, 2009 It used to drive Shannon Johnson nuts when her husband would put their children in the car without packing snacks and diapers. more »»

Diaper bag essentials

March 4, 2009 Babies need a lot of stuff, all of the time. So prepare an extra bag or two. Keep one in the car at all times, and give one to anyone who will be caring for the baby. more »»

Montessori a local preschool option

March 4, 2009 In the hunt for a preschool? One option that many Ohio Valley parents might not know much about is Montessori. more »»

Dollar Stretcher

March 4, 2009 Consider purchasing previously used clothes from Goodwill, secondhand stores, or school or church thrift sales. more »»

New Year, New Gear

January 8, 2009 Over the course of the year, a lot of new product promotions cross my des. more »»

‘The Sad Mad Glad Book’ Family Tip for Jan/Feb

January 8, 2009 “Shoulder the Load.” As a parent, having a healthy family relationship also means that you take time for yourself and know your own limit. more »»



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