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How to Get Your Kids to Stop Losing Their Stuff Without Losing Your Mind

“What do you mean you don’t know where your new shoes are? You haven’t even had them for a week!”I screamed at my daughter as steam simmered out of my […]

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Dinner’s Ready: Stephanie Nematzhonov’s Baked Impasta

Being passionate about several things keeps Stephanie Nematzhonov busy and often pulled in several directions. “I am secretary of our church, I run a cottage food business from my home, […]

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Teacher of the Month: Denise Wilson, Bayshore Christian School

When talking with Denise Wilson, our Eastern Shore Parents Teacher of the Month, she described her teaching style a little differently than most teachers would. Her style, she shared, is […]


Preventing Burn Injuries In and Around Your Home

Hey guys, today we are going to talk about burns, one of the most devastating types of preventable injuries in kids. Did you know that every year, nearly 4,000 deaths […]


The Importance of Risky Play for Children

In 2023, Ellen Sandseter, PhD and her team of Norwegian researchers determined the importance of “high risk” play. They found that children across the globe engage in six types of […]


Teach Them to Be Givers… And Be an Example

Q. With all the commercials and marketing that accompany the holiday season, how can parents teach their young children about giving and putting others first at this time of year? […]


Holiday Traditions For You & Yours to Treasure

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid al-Fitr, Bodhi Day, or the winter solstice, holiday traditions are a fun way for families to bond and create fond memories. The traditions […]


Unearned vs. Earned Education Preparing to Kick Off the New Year Informed

I have been on the road frequently speaking at student and parent conferences. One of my favorite things about what I do, other than getting to meet parents and students, […]


Gifts Kids Can Give on a Small Budget

Nothing is more heartwarming than a gift made by a child. Handmade gifts are affordable, fun to make, and can be given to parents, grandparents, teachers, and siblings. Here are […]


From the Publisher – December ’23

As I mentioned a few months ago, cleaning out and organizing our attic space has been on our to-do list for a hot minute. Well, I am proud to say […]

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