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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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    How to Put Breakfast on the Table in 5 Minutes

    How to Put Breakfast on the Table in 5 Minutes

    Breakfast: The Most Rushed Meal of the Day I saw this meme recently that pretty much summarizes modern motherhood. It says “Regular people: Sorry I’m late. Traffic was nuts. Moms: Sorry I’m late. My daughter’s sweater was “too sweater-y” and the baby ate a Band-Aid.” For those times when it’s one of those mornings, getting [...]
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    The Definitive Guide to Back to School Budgeting

    The Definitive Guide to Back to School Budgeting

    The Importance of Back to School Budgeting Between tuition, essential school supplies, and new clothes for growing kids, the back-to-school season can present a financial squeeze for parents. A helpful method to deal with these new expenses is to list and budget these costs before they hit. Below you’ll find helpful tips for back to [...]
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    5 Summer Dressing Tips for Kids

    5 Summer Dressing Tips for Kids

    Summer Clothing Guide With summer quickly approaching, it’s important to know how to keep kids cool and safe all season long. Luckily, CookiesKids.com is here to help provide you with some helpful summer clothing tips. Follow along as we share a list of our top 5 summer must-haves for kids. 1. UV Protection Sunglasses There’s [...]
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    Budget-Friendly Warm Weather Birthday Parties for Kids

    Budget-Friendly Warm Weather Birthday Parties for Kids

    We all want to throw the best birthday parties for kids. But, sometimes, budget concerns get in the way. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of awesome spring and summer birthday party ideas that won’t break the bank. Finally, you’ll be excited to throw a party that you know your kid will love! Since you can’t always count [...]
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    Social Media Guidelines for Kids

    Social Media Guidelines for Kids

    Social Media Guidelines for Kids Social media has become a huge part of how kids interact, and it falls to parents to ensure those interactions stay positive. Duties like monitoring kids and helping them create a healthy balance between social media and daily life may seem daunting. This post will show you how to set social media guidelines for [...]
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    Supporting Your Introverted Child

    Supporting Your Introverted Child

    Introverted vs. Shy Introversion is a personality trait often confused with shyness. An introverted person enjoys time alone. A shy person doesn’t necessarily want to be alone, but is afraid to interact with others. While therapy often helps a shy person, it can cause stress in an introvert and lead to problems with self-esteem. Introverted people [...]
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    Teaching Children Forgiveness

    Teaching Children Forgiveness

    Why Teach Forgiveness? Understanding a nuanced concept like forgiveness takes a lot of guidance, but ultimately it will help kids get along better in social situations and, later, build lasting, healthy relationships. So how can you teach your child forgiveness? First, make sure your child understands what forgiveness is. Remember, forgiving someone isn’t forgetting what they did or condoning their behavior. It’s [...]
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    Best Math Apps for Kids

    Best Math Apps for Kids

    The Best Math Apps for Kids Learning is always easier when it's fun. So we've put together this list of the best math apps for kids. Some are free and some cost a few dollars, but all of them will help engage your child and improve their math skills at the same time! We did [...]
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    Rebuilding Family Trust

    Rebuilding Family Trust

    Losing trust in your kids is something all parents face, whether they have a 7 year old or a 17 year old. There are countless instances in which parent-child trust can be damaged. Maybe you gave your child money for a school field trip and they spent it on something else? Perhaps they said they were sleeping over at [...]
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