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The Perfect Homework Space for Your Child

Disclaimer :: This post contains sponsored content provided by Great Hearts Prairie View. Fewer things have a greater impact on us than the spaces in which we live, work, and connect. Whether we are sleeping,...
Hire a newborn photographer to capture memories.

10 Practical Tips for Working with a Newborn Photographer

Unlike the traditional golden hour, which is usually right after sunrise and right before sunset, opt for your baby's golden hour. This is when your baby is calm and sleepy, usually around an hour after waking up from a nap.

How to Create a “Library for Life” for Your Child — and What Books...

Every year, add four to five books your child read and valued to the shelf. If your child read the book in digital form, order a physical copy of the book so he or she can forever hold it.
It's important for a dad to teach "I'm sorry."

Teaching How to Apologize Is a Dad’s Most Important Lesson

This article is part of an editorial series, “Dear Dad,” brought to you by Fort Worth Moms. Join our subscriber list so you don’t miss a moment of “Dear Dad” and all Fort Worth Moms has to...

Fearing Fatherhood :: How One Dad Became the Father His Wasn’t

I was so aware of my father’s wrong behaviors that I tried to do the opposite. Every decision, every second of fatherhood, I told myself to do the opposite of what my dad used to do or say.
A mom finds out she's pregnant with her third child, and she's not ready for one more child.

Momfession Monday :: I Wasn’t Ready for Another Child

We weren’t trying for our third—quite the opposite. And while we had discussed more children in the future, the plan was not to have that happen right then. I wasn't ready for one more child.
Grooming is a technique sexual predators use on children.

Momfession Monday :: The Grooming Process of Child Sexual Abuse

I didn't think it was strange that this 30-something-year-old man was confiding in me, a 14-year-old girl, about the grief he'd experienced from the death of his wife, that he learned chiropractic and massage techniques to help her be more comfortable towards the end of her life, and was happy to share these techniques with me.