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Healthy eating during the holidays is hard for everyone, especially children. Teach your child how to stay healthy this holiday season with these eight tips.
Five holiday volunteering ideas that can make a huge difference in your community this year.
When the holidays come, the fruits and vegetables seem to go away. Try out these easy recipes to bring nutrition to your dips and desserts during the holidays.
'Twas the night before Christmas and across the map, every child was playing with a holiday app. The holiday season means festive parties, volunteering, family gatherings, and last-minute shopping—one seriously jam-packed schedule. That's why just like Santa, you need a bag of the best holiday apps for kids to use on tablets, smart phones and MP3 players, keeping little hands busy while you check items off your to-do list.
Kids are already drawing up first drafts of their wish lists this holiday season, but what can you do to make the coming months about more than getting presents and eating until you're a whole new level of full? Check out these ten ways to give back during the holidays.
This holiday, set aside a little time to practice gratitude, empathy and thoughtfulness with your family with these 11 ways to remember what truly matters.
Avoid these seven common mama missteps to turn meltdowns into holiday merrymaking.
Create lasting memories and appreciation of foreign cultures with these holiday celebrations.
Here are some easy ways you can keep your kids learning over the holidays while still celebrating the season with them and not skipping out on the fun.
While the general public gets to enjoy the holiday season with reckless abandon, real-life moms are often slower to celebrate. Sure, the holidays mean…
For some children, the holidays are one the most difficult times of the year. Figuring out if your kids are hiding depression can be difficult but important.
In the race to create their kid’s most magical holiday ever, many parents exhaust themselves and miss the point of the season. When Christmas becomes a competition, everyone loses. Read these tips on how to skip some of the unnecessary stuff, care for yourself, and stick with what really matters: quality family time.
Holidays are stressful for everyone, especially exes. Helping kids cope with divorce while having a great Christmas is easier than you may think. Here's how.
The stress of the holidays can have parents in a tinseled tizzy, but if you stick to some key priorities and avoid sweating the small stuff, you can upgrade your seasons greetings from feverish festivities to family-centered fun. Sidestep these common stumbling blocks and you'll be making happy holiday memories in no time.
What is the perfect prescription to ease holiday fatigue? A night out at the movies! Before you head out with the family, check out this list of the best holiday movies of 2011.
What's the best way to thank teachers this holiday season? Here's some advice from The National Education Association.
If the food bank is full and you want to do something more than making a donation, here are five ways to involve your family in service projects this year.
Surviving the holidays can be tough—between family gatherings, shopping and parties, 'tis the season for a strain on your time, energy and wallet. More often than not, these family-centered holidays pit exes against each other in the battle of the blended families, each wanting time with their little ones during this magical time of year.
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