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It’s not the latest toy. What kids really want for Christmas. Christmas Traditions When it comes to the holiday season, many of us stress out and overspend , determined to get the perfect gift for our [...]
What to say when your child questions the big guy in red. Is There a Santa During this time of the year, you can count on a few things. Children will begin to be inundated with [...]
Why it’s important to make the holiday season chaos a family affair. Kids and the Holiday Rush From holiday shopping, to kids concerts, to decorating, baking and more, this time of year is chaotic. From Hanukkah [...]
Why creating holiday rituals and traditions keeps families close Creating Holiday Rituals What’s more fun to a child, getting gifts or creating a wish list? Probably the wish list…an annual ritual kids love. In fact, it’s [...]
Ideas on how to balance divorce, children and the holidays. Divorce & Holidays The holiday season can be difficult for children whose parents are divorced. Usually children spend important holidays like Christmas with one parent one [...]
Why creating your very own family traditions is so important. Family Traditions With the holiday season well upon us, it’s easy for families to get lost in the chaos of it all. It’s why it’s so [...]
Is your child’s wish list growing out of control? Here’s how to cope with those unrealistic Christmas wish lists. When it comes to wish lists, parents usually start hearing the “I wants” from their children a [...]
Teaching kids to budget their allowances, learning to save and spend. Learning to Budget When it comes to learning life skills, it’s important to help teach kids about budgeting. Whether they get their money from an [...]
Why those holiday season visits can pose safety hazards. Holiday Safety Whether visiting Gramma and Grampa, or attending a party at a friend’s, parents need to be extra vigilant to keep kids safe over the holidays. [...]
The benefits of sitting down to a family meal with your children. Family Mealtime Did you know that families who eat together have children who are 60% less likely to get involved with drugs or alcohol? [...]
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