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    Tips for Talking to Your Kids About the Upcoming Election

    Tips for Talking to Your Kids About the Upcoming Election

    I have been voting for over 20 years and I cannot remember an election cycle more contentious than the one we are all experiencing right now. Even for a young child, it is almost impossible ...

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    8 Ways To Leave the Office — When the Office Is Your Home

    8 Ways To Leave the Office — When the Office Is Your Home

    For many of us, “work” and “home” are now the same place. Are you fed up with the blurred lines? Do you still enjoy WFH life? Either way, it’s important to distinguish between your job ...

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    How Do You Celebrate Your Hispanic/Latino Heritage?

    How Do You Celebrate Your Hispanic/Latino Heritage?

    Hispanic Heritage Month is coming to a close, but celebrating different cultures is important all year round. Whether your family is of Hispanic/Latino heritage, or you’re just interested in learning more, there are many traditions ...

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    6 Ways to Celebrate Halloween During the Pandemic

    6 Ways to Celebrate Halloween During the Pandemic

    Back in March, I thought we might be pandemic-free by fall. But here we are near Halloween, and we’re all still wearing masks and keeping our distance — so the holiday usually full of costumes, ...

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    6 Fun Fall Activities for Families

    6 Fun Fall Activities for Families

    What’s your family’s favorite way to celebrate fall? Chances are depending on where you live, fall weather can vary – one day it can be beautiful, but it can also involve snow and cooler temperatures ...

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    Celebrating Hispanic and Latino Culture Through Children’s Literature

    Celebrating Hispanic and Latino Culture Through Children’s Literature

    Mid-September marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, a tribute to the contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the US. You may be wondering how you can ...

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    A Letter To Working Parents

    A Letter To Working Parents

    I don’t have kids. Let me rephrase that. I do have kids. I just don’t have kids at home right now (they’re grown). So, every day, when my husband and I sit down at our ...

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    Masks & Child Development: What You Need to Know

    Masks & Child Development: What You Need to Know

    Today’s post was written by Julie Christensen, Senior Writer, Education & Curriculum. It’s likely that wearing masks will be a part of our lives for a while yet, and parents, educators, and researchers are all ...

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    8 Books for Kindergartners

    8 Books for Kindergartners

    The best books for kindergartners are those that foster a love of reading—books that tickle the funny bone, touch the heart, and keep young readers coming back for more. The list below includes stories children ...

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    Having a Baby During a Pandemic? Not What I Expected

    Having a Baby During a Pandemic? Not What I Expected

    Prior to my March due date, I was a little concerned about the tail end of cold and flu season — my husband and I joked about living in a bubble and getting one of ...

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