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Daycare or daily child care can be a beneficial arrangement for both children and parents. While parents are able to go to work or get things done kid-free, children are learning valuable social skills. However, the transition to allowing someone else to care for your child can be a tricky one.

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Teaching Your Kids to Talk to Strangers

Author: Liz Moorhead
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When we’re out and about, I often hear parents scold their children for striking up conversation with an adult. Other times, a parent will apologize to the nearby grown-ups engaging in chat with the little ones.

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Age Appropriate Chores

Author: Seventh Generation
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When you think back to childhood, chores probably don't show up as your favorite or most cherished memories. But maybe you do remember getting to college and being grateful that important life skills (like being able to do your laundry!) were taught to you by your parents.

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Keeping Your Picky Eater Healthy

Author: Liz Moorhead
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I’m someone who loves to eat, and relishes the fresh foods available with each changing season. So, I was both surprised and disappointed when my toddler son hit a picky eating phase. I try to prepare healthy and varied foods, different things to taste and try.

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I do not like to be late. But, I also have many things to do every time we leave the house.

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During the summer months it becomes impossible to keep my son indoors. He constantly begs to be outside, enjoying the sun. As the summer is winding down, your ideas for fun family activities may be winding down as well.

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Learning to Swim as an Adult (and Mom!)

Author: Liz Moorhead
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Summer trips to the beach, visits to camp, and days at the pool are happening frequently now that my son is three. And amid all of this fun, I find that I worry.

I don’t know how to swim.

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Tips for Cooking with Kids

Author: Liz Moorhead
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Bags of fresh groceries on the kitchen table can be appealing and inspiring. I get excited about the opportunity to make something delicious to eat, and as my son grows, I’d like to pass that excitement on to him.

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Teaching Your Toddler About Money

Author: Liz Moorhead
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I’ve started teaching my three year old about money. It started by accident - while at the store, he found a giant puzzle with colorful pictures of trucks and cars and asked if I could buy it for him.

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I'm well into pregnancy these days, and finding myself short on breath, short on rest, and short on energy. None of which bodes well for wrangling an energetic three year old.

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