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The Fun of Cake Decorating
Decorate a fun birthday cake for your child's party this year!
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Child Obesity: 5 Things You Can Do To Prevent It
Teach your kids how to eat healthy foods
Fast Food & The Lean, Mean Teen
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8 Quick-and-Easy Tips to Prepare Your Pet for a New Baby
Before you welcome a new baby into your home, prepare your dog. Here are eight quick-and-easy tips to make the
A Girl's First Pap Test: New Guidelines to Understand
The guidelines regarding when a girl should have a Pap smear have changed
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Teen brawls have become epidemic of sorts
Babywearing: Soft-structured Carriers, Wrap Carriers, Ring Slings, and Pouch Slings
Babywearing is safe if done correctly, with well-designed baby carriers
5 Tips to Smart Estate Planning When You Have a Special Needs Child
Families who do their best to protect their children with special needs often make several critical mistakes in developing their
My Fling with the Flu
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Psychology of Color is Helpful in Choosing Paint Schemes for Children's Rooms
Choose paint colors that create the right mood in a room
How to Make Homemade Toys
Learn how to make these homemade toys using everyday items.
Sidewalk Chalk: An Activity from Productive Parenting
An activity for a late 1-year-old
Plotting and Planning a Family Vacation
Family vacations allow families to reconnect in ways they just can’t do at home.
A Teachable Moment: March Motivation
Here's how to keep your child motivated through the end of the school year.
The Lifelong Benefits of Creative Writing
Writing encourages children to explore the unknown with confidence. Here’s some advice on how to get your children writing at
How to Prepare Your Child for Standardized Testing
What should you do to get your child ready for standardized testing? Very little.
The Joys and Benefits of Ballet
Ballet benefits children physically, mentally, and even socially—as kids will meet new people and make friends in class.
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Take Action Against Bedbugs
To gain perspective on the bedbug epidemic, New Jersey Family contacted several pest control experts, asking them to assess the
10 Tips to Take Control of ADD/ADHD
If your child has Attention Deficit Disorder, become actively involved in his quest to manage it. Here are 10 ways
Autism: Studies Look at Babies and Toddlers for Earlier Diagnosis
Autism affects about 1 in every 110 children in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and
Handle with Care: With Special Needs Children, Marriages Can be Fragile
Marriage can be difficult when you have a special needs child. Here are some strategies to strengthen the bond with