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The Marriage Myth

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Would you hire an untrained plumber? An IT support person without any training? How about an untrained surgeon? (Yikes, that’s a scary thought!) It’s unlikely that you would hire someone who is unqualified his or her field. But how does this connect to marriage? Read on… Marriage […]

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Kid Compassion at 30,000 Feet

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer Their fear is palpable as we board the airplane. My 5-year old walks down the aisle, pulling her pink suitcase, happily counting row numbers when a passenger gives me that look. All traveling parents know the look. It’s the look that says, “please, […]

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Vacation Packing Tips: The Kid’s Suitcase

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer A new year means new family travels. Yay! It also means lots of packing and unpacking. (Ugh!) When I was a single traveling lady, I would throw random items into my carry-on and be on my way. If I forgot something, who cared? […]

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Play It Safe with Non-Toxic Toys

by guest blogger Toni Becker, member of the Rodale’s editorial team Plastic, lead, and questionable practices are highly prevalent in a popular industry—and they pose continuous health concerns. The scariest part is this industry’s goods are targeted at children. It’s the toy business. Shocking, yes, and even more so when you consider how fragile developing […]

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The Toys I’d Want for Christmas If I Were Still a Kid

  It’s that time of year when parents are on the hunt to find the perfect gifts for their kids. Sometimes it’s easy to find THE gift, but occasionally, even Santa needs help—which is why we have our kids make wish lists. Here’s my list of what I’d want if I were still a kid! […]

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Vancouver for Little Legs

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I spent my childhood living in Vancouver, British Columbia, and my teenage years wanting to get the hell out of there. Such are the follies of youth. Now, as a mom and a—hopefully—semi-smarter adult living far from home, I realize how ridiculously beautiful […]

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Connecting the Dots

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Many years ago, when I was a single, young working woman, I had great affection for two comic strips that appeared in the newspaper*: Cathy, written by Cathy Guisewite, and Calvin and Hobbes, written by Bill Watterson. I often clipped and saved—how quaint!—my favorites and posted them […]

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Just in Time

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It’s 7:35 a.m. on Monday morning. My 4-year-old is lying on the floor like a starfish. Her little belly sticking is out from under her shirt, and her pants legs are up to her knees. Note to Mama: Growth spurt—buy new pj’s. Rising from […]

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