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SimplyFun Game Review

Recently, I engaged in a fun social experiment with my kids, ages three and five, and a friend from kindergarten. read more

essentials

Tech Usage Guidelines for Parents

Setting nutritional guidelines are a normal part of my daily home life: “That’s enough butter.” But establishing healthy tech boundaries for my kids can leave me feeling uneasy and vaguely guilty regardless of my decision. “Mom, can I play Angry Birds on your phone while you’re driving?” read more

be you, bravely

Autism and Play

Children with autism often display a wide range of different ability levels and characteristics, and may be challenged with more structured learning processes. Game play can provide a safe environment for children with autism to learn new skills. read more

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Interview with the Supernanny

We had the opportunity for a phone chat with Jo Frost, or, as you may know her better, the Supernanny. She was absolutely delightful (as was her accent). Read on to find out more about the book and how to contact her with your own child rearing conundrums. Plus, enter to win a copy of the book. read more

honestly

How to Be Beautiful No Matter the Day

And that's what these African women taught me--that my circumstance does not determine my soul. That how I lift my head and dress my body and do my hair is up to me. We can change our surroundings by dressing in bright colors. We can bring light to a dark place by how we walk into it. read more