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Three Reasons To Get Sober For Your Family

Getting sober, no matter what you’re addicted to, isn’t always an easy task. Recovery takes steps and time, but it is worth it for the benefits it brings to your life and your family life. Recovery starts with understanding that you have a problem and then getting the help that you need in order to overcome. Read More »

What to Buy When Shopping for Your Baby

Going shopping for a baby seems like a no-brainer until you actually have to go out and pick out items you think baby needs in their life. This is true whether you’re shopping for your own baby or if you’re shopping for someone else close to you who’s expecting a bundle of joy or already has a baby. When it ... Read More »

Natural Parenting: Birth Practices, Babywearing, And Beyond

Among new parents today, attachment parenting is on the rise and it’s especially popular among parents who favor other natural birth and childcare practices. But what is attachment parenting and why does it work? Attachment parenting is founded on principles that emphasize a highly responsive relationship between parents and children. Children parenting in this way feel secure in their relationships ... Read More »

3 Fun Things You Can Do With Your Kids On A Rainy Day

When the weather’s nice, nothing beats heading out to the park with your kids to romp around in the grass, soar high on the swings, and enjoy a nice picnic lunch before heading back home for a nap. But when the weather’s not favorable, it can seem like a real struggle to find ways to keep your kids occupied and ... Read More »

Why Moving Your Family To Hawaii is a Great Parenting Move

While most people would love to pick up and move to Hawaii, the sheer logistics of a move of that magnitude to an island in the middle of the South Pacific stops many people from making the commitment. When you’re raising a young family, it’s also challenging to unplug your kids from all they have going on around them like ... Read More »

Tranquil Garden Retreat in Less Than 3 Years

Modern day homes are getting a little more open on the inside, but not necessarily bigger. One thing that’s for sure though is that traditionally big houses with big yards are becoming very scarce these days and if you’re lucky enough to have a big yard at your disposal, make full use of it to create a tranquil garden retreat. ... Read More »

Teaching Kids The Value Of Money

So frequently parents feel like an ATM for their kids.  If you continue to give them funds with no strings attached, they’ll continue to ask.  Some kids know the cost of everything and the value of nothing.  When they begin to understand how much work it takes to earn a certain sum of money, they begin to understand and appreciate ... Read More »

4 Ways Parental Drug Abuse Affects Children

As terrible as addiction can be to the addict, the children of the addict are likely the ones who suffer the most. As responsibilities and healthy relationships fall by the wayside, the addict destroys bonds and trust they formerly had with their own children. This can damage the children’s wellbeing in many ways. Read More »