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When I worked in news, we stayed away from covering individual suicides. You might hear it on the police scanner, everyone would shake their head in sadness and then we’d carry on, listening for the next potential story.
Ok, guys I just discovered the coolest tracking app that our family is planning to use on our upcoming spring break hiking vacation.
If we’re going to walk, we might as well be doing good at the same time, right?
I’m so pleased to tell you guys about a new resource to help parents navigate the ever-changing and complicated world of social media.
If your teen is earning money and doing some of their own shopping, you may want to suggest they enroll in some well-known reward and loyalty programs at their favorite stores.
These days my girls are drooling over Brandy Melville clothes…have you heard of this brand? It’s one of the hottest lines of teen clothing right now, but I think their styles and marketing are contributing to such an unhealthy and unrealistic body image for our daughters.
As a parent, it may be difficult to watch your child enter into a romantic relationship. It’s definitely a signal they are maturing and becoming more sexually aware. It’s ok, and completely normal, if this feels a little weird to you. After all, this is your baby!!
Some of my fondest memories as a little girl are being down on the living room floor play wrestling with my father. I’m not exactly sure why we started doing this…I think we must have watched too many episodes of Atlantic Grand Prix wrestling. Anybody with me on that one??
Just recently, we had another heated family discussion about chores and money. It’s a constant source of frustration at our house because the kids seem to have a lengthy list of things they want or need, yet there’s definitely room for improvement when it comes to how much they help out around the house.
As the youngest in a family of three girls, I grew up wearing my sisters’ clothes. Whether it was a prom dress, dance costume or a pair of Peter Pan Getaway Boots (can you believe we wore those?), I never questioned my mother when she insisted that I share clothes with my sisters. For that reason, shopping at consignment stores comes very naturally to me.