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Raising Great Kids: Dealing with Selfishness

Trying to teach your preschoolers to be giving, but bumping up against bouts of selfishness? Here, Drs. Cloud and Townsend discuss developmentally appropriate expectations for how to deal with the ugly selfish monster in every kid. read more

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How Do I Help My Child Be Resilient?

It means a child who has good adaptive capacities to process various experiences, even difficult ones, and continue to thrive. Resiliency is an important quality for later success in all areas of life, and in our opinion, one of the best things to build into a child. read more

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Great Tips for Preparing Your Family for the School Year

The moment has arrived. The years leading up to your child’s first school experience were great. Now it’s time to get your little one off to school! What are some things you can do to help make this experience go as smoothly as possible? read more

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Moms: Find Out What You're Worth

It wasn’t any easy task, but Salary.com recently estimated what it would cost to replace a stay-at-home mom (SAHM). According to their calculations, stay-at-home moms are worth $118,905 a year, based on the 10 most time-consuming jobs they perform. read more

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Creating Well-Rounded Eaters

At a local farm event, the kids learned how to take a bean seed and plant it. We then walked into the greenhouse and saw those seeds in each of their different stages of development, from sowing to harvesting. Their eyes lit up. read more