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Independence skills your child needs. Think your child is too young to help around the house? Think again.

The seriousness of skin infections & kids - some advice for parents, info & links about MRSA!

Depression Cooking with Clara - SO cute - 94 year old woman teaches you her cheap and nutritious recipes from the Great Depression and tells you stories from those days. It's like Grandma is teaching you to cook!

How as little as 20 minutes a day can change your whole year!

Practical tips on how to have time to play and making your dreams happen

10 Benefits to Having Teen Boys - Scary Mommy: An honest look at motherhood

Hands down... The best thing I've read about parenting in quite sometime. Humbling.

READ THIS....Important Tips every woman should know when being attacked.

One very inventive little girl uses similes and portraiture to show her grandmother what she likes about the important people in her life. Incorporating small found objects into her portraits, she visually creates the similes she feels best fit each person. (ie: her "sharp as a pencil" friend Jack is very good at geography so she uses globes for his eyes and magnifying glasses for eye glasses.) A fun book to use for simile lesson plans.

A must read for Mommies with little girls. "When the world wants girls to grow up too fast, how do you help your daughter navigate boy craziness, modesty, body image, media, and Internet safety? The foundation for an emotionally healthy teen girl is built between the ages of 8 and 12."