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Michele Cheplic another blogger in Parenting Advice asks Would You Let Your Teen Run for Governor? She says she wouldn't... but I would. When I talk about never setting limitations on teens, I do not mean not setting limits. There is a big difference.

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When I was growing up, my mom always slid the milk carton into a plastic holder that gave the carton a handle -- thereby making it easier for me to pour. I see milk carton pourers are still on the...

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I wouldn't let my teen run across a busy highway, so I'm pretty sure I wouldn't okay his bid for public office. Of course, I'm not Jared Christiansen's mom (a fact I'm sure he is quite happy about), so there's no telling how far the 17-year-old could go in his quest to be governor of Wisconsin.

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The reason for this all of the unhappiness is because to many people are looking for reasons outside of themselves to be happy. They thought that their happiness is determined by outside cirumstances. I am sure that you have probably said this yourself, “I will be happy when…” What is that when? When you find the perfect [...]

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How often do you say you're sorry? Not for accidentally stepping on your child's foot while making a mad dash to remove a burning ham from the oven.

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Who doesn't love cinnamon toast? Exactly. Thing is: it's a pretty sugary way to start the day. I've been playing around with sprinkling almond meal on top of my kids' breakfast cereal in order to give them a protein boost,...

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This week, EP Blogger and counselor Scott Wardell shares his thoughts about how to build character in kids. We think you’ll get a lot out of what he has to say! And please chime in if you have some good tips of your own to share. — Elisabeth Wilkins, EP Editor 1. Make Parenting Your First [...]

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In a guest post, Leah Arinello explains that her problem is not so much getting everyone to the table for dinner, but rather what happens after everyone sits down.

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Our family comes from a long line of big sleepers. When our son was smaller, other parents would enviously ask, “Wow, how do you get him to sleep until 10 a.m.?” We’d just shrug and say, “It’s in the genes.” But when Alex started school last year, those genes became a real problem. You see, waking [...]

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You can't control when a child is born, can you? Many moms-to-be like the idea of being in control of when their child will enter into the world. Hence, the increasing (some say controversially so) number of c-sections performed in the United States each year.

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