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Michael Vyskocil

A Rested Mom Is a Fulfilled Mom

Meghan Mattingly is up again. On most nights, one or both of her boys wakes up several times. “They both were out of cribs really, really early,” she says. And it keeps getting worse, “because they started just jumping out.” Mattingly has to deal with her own sleep issues, too. …

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How Do I Teach My Children to Clean Their Room?

A child’s bedroom is a place for privacy and self-expression. You’re likely not keen about your children expressing themselves with bedroom floors covered in miniature racecars or clothes every night. What’s a parent to do? Set your kids up for success early. Teach your children to clean their rooms and …

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Dyeing Eggs Naturally

They symbolize creation and life itself. Each spring, eggs are dyed a multitude of colors, their dazzling shades capturing the eye of those who display them, hunt for them or offer them as gifts during the Easter holiday. The tradition of dyeing eggs takes us to medieval kitchens. People created …

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Debunking 5 Sleep Myths

We all know that getting enough sleep at night is vital to our health, but many parents find it difficult putting this knowledge into practice. Misconceptions about this important topic abound. With Daylight Saving Time right around the corner, it’s time to separate sleep myths from facts. 1. Falling asleep …

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5 Tips for First-Time Overnight Campers

Whether you’ve attended summer camp as a child or whether your child is the first in your family to go to camp, sending your child to camp takes some preparation and planning. If your son or daughter will be attending overnight camp for the first time, you have a great …

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