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Moms on the Go

Get your kids to eat breakfast in the morning even when you're in a rush with these yummy recipes! Prep these meals on a
People who lead busy lives should remember the following things to help them keep their mouths clean.
All you need is five minutes and you can pack a couple of ideals snacks for your day.
Instead, try some sweet potato or zucchini chips. The first thing you're likely doing is eliminating certain foods from your
It's a sad fact that I now consider a trip to the dentist as "me" time. I pray I don't get the chatty hygienist and that I can just close my eyes and have 30 minutes of quiet.
In the final days of the election, it's easy to forget that Americans unite around some very common themes. Michelle Obama and Ann Romney, given the positive media response to their speeches, hit at the heart of one of America's most important 'jobs,' namely raising children.
Calgary is so much more than "Cowtown," and is a wonderful spot (and starting point) for a family vacation.
I figured if an airline would not guarantee a young child be seated with their parent or guardian, they were in violation of their own unaccompanied minor policies. In order to get to the bottom of this, I reached out to the airlines.
Regardless of what Internet commenters would have you believe, people are polite, courteous, even, when you're traveling with small children.
Whether it's baby or parent who needs a dose of natural Vitamin D, these resorts will make sure every member of your family enjoys a well-deserved beach vacation.
If you're craving a little vitamin D, as well as some quality time with your family, here are a couple of suggestions for an easy sun-filled getaway.
Moms on the go need to provide entertainment for both themselves and their kids.
As a traveling parent, you should be prepared -- prepared to provide for your baby but also prepared to amuse and comfort her. Pack your carry-on luggage with enough food, snacks, and distractions to last the duration of your journey.
I am not a germaphobe. I don't own hand sanitizer. I almost never rarely make my son wash his hands before dinner. I am convinced that the only reason he's never had lice is because I rarely shampoo his hair. I remember chicken pox parties and think they were a good thing. That's why I really hope my son's teachers aren't reading this. Because, as the new school year begins, I have to ask: Does anyone adhere to the "Don't send your kids to school sick" rule?
Believe it or not, there are many passenger "types" I dread being seated next to on a flight more than an infant or a toddler.
If we are the company we keep, then it’s smart to be concerned about who your child is hanging around with. And, there are
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Pulling a child away from an X-Box to clean her room or take out the trash can be, well...a chore. But what if the key to
Motherhood is a lonely gig. This is the real issue, isn't it? We often read the wrong signals or make concessions to befriend someone we wouldn't otherwise for the sake of company.
Though I am a chef, I humbly had to learn that my daughter was throwing away her sandwiches at lunchtime when she was in kindergarten -- and as a busy mom, I had to come up with easy, healthy, delicious solutions.