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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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Distinctions, Not Differences: Autism Acceptance Month

April is traditionally dedicated to the subject of autism. In the past, the phrase “Autism Awareness Month” was used in connection with this month, but Tom Flis, behavioral services manager at Sheppard Pratt, says that a current movement is aimed at focusing on autism acceptance. Learn more about the significance …

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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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Eco-Anxiety & Kids

Extreme weather events, a result of human-induced changes to our global climate, are happening more frequently — and they’re causing many kids to worry about the future of our planet. Find out how to help ease your child’s fears about climate change. As a parenting coach, Rachel Duffy spends her …

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Stories to Warm Your Heart This Winter

Explore your child’s feelings of belonging and believing with the following books. Board/Toddlers ‘Mama Loves You So’ by Terry Pierce Can’t put into words how much you love your little one? This beautiful book will help you do just that. Its rhythmic text will soothe the littlest of ears. This …

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