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    Parenting Nightmares: Help Your Child Bounce Back from Bad Dreams

    Parenting Nightmares: Help Your Child Bounce Back from Bad Dreams

    It’s the middle of the night when a scream comes from your little one’s room… “Mommy! I had a bad dream.” Nightmares are a scary but common occurrence for children of all ages, and their terrifying randomness can be as hard on parents as it is on kids. Here’s how to understand your children’s nightmares [...]
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    Kid-Friendly Party Recipes

    Kid-Friendly Party Recipes

    The hardest part of planning a party for kids isn’t the cleaning or the decorating – it’s the menu! While it’s easy to fall back on the good old standbys of chips, dips, and pigs in a blanket, we’ve scoured the internet for delicious, kid-friendly snacks that are guaranteed to liven things up. These party [...]
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    Faux Fur, Faux Sure: A Faux Fur Roundup

    Faux Fur, Faux Sure: A Faux Fur Roundup

    Fall Faux Fur Roundup As the leaves begin to fall, it’s time to pack away the T-shirts and shorts in favor of cozy fabrics. Luxe without the guilt of real fur, faux fur is the perfect way to add texture and panache to any outfit. Here’s our roundup of trendy and stylish faux fur accessories [...]
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    5 Low-Stress, Low-Budget DIY Halloween Costumes

    5 Low-Stress, Low-Budget DIY Halloween Costumes

    Once again, Halloween snuck up on you and it’s costume crunch time. DIY is the way to go if you’re running short on time (or funds), so here’s our roundup of fun and easy DIY Halloween costumes you can make at home. Bandit The outfit is perfect for both boys and girls, and the bag [...]
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    Cookie’s Cooks: Easy One-Pot Soups & Stews for Fall

    Cookie’s Cooks: Easy One-Pot Soups & Stews for Fall

    One-Pot Soups & Stews for Fall The transition from summer to fall goes beyond just packing up bathing suits and rediscovering your coziest sweaters. Another transformation goes on in the kitchen. Gone are the days of hamburgers on the grill; fall cooking is all about hearty comfort food like one-pot soups and stews. These recipes [...]
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    4 Weekday Time-Savers for Working Parents

    4 Weekday Time-Savers for Working Parents

    Single working parents, this school year let’s get rid of that overwhelmed feeling. These 4 week day time-savers come from real single working parents we talked to, and we think they’re brilliant. We hope they make your parenting schedule a little easier to handle. J World "Corey" Lunchbox Meal Planning Putting meals on the table [...]
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    The Definitive Guide to Backpacks

    The Definitive Guide to Backpacks

    When it’s time to go back-to-school shopping, nothing is more exciting than picking out a new backpack. It’s a symbol of a fresh start to the year and a great way for kids to express their creativity and interests. From fun characters to useful features, this guide to picking out a new backpack have all [...]
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    Goodbye Summer, Hello School! The Definitive Guide to a Smooth School Year Transition

    Goodbye Summer, Hello School! The Definitive Guide to a Smooth School Year Transition

    Goodbye Summer, Hello New School Year! For kids, summer vacation seems to last forever; for parents it feels like it's over in the blink of an eye. After three months of fun (and more ice cream than anyone should reasonably consume) it can be hard to get back into a school routine. Here are some [...]
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    Summer Pasta Dishes

    Summer Pasta Dishes

    Too hot to BBQ? When the temperature climbs into the 90s, it’s time for a cooler alternative. Summer pastas are easy, quick, and above all, cool. Furthermore, they’re a chance to showcase vibrant summer vegetables. Since the last thing you want to do is turn your oven on, here are a few delicious and fresh [...]
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    DeKalb Market Hall: New Eats in the Downtown Brooklyn Community

    DeKalb Market Hall: New Eats in the Downtown Brooklyn Community

    DeKalb Market Hall is Here! If you’ve spent any time in Downtown Brooklyn over the last few years, you’ve noticed City Point, the new shopping and dining destination across from Cookie’s Kids. After long delays, Target, Century 21, and the Texas-based theater chain Alamo Drafthouse have all opened their doors. Now DeKalb Market, the food [...]
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