5 tips to get meal planning into your family's schedule

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Even though the school year is finished, we know that the plans and activities don’t end there- so why let your routine slip away with... Read more

Families, don’t let devices rule your summer

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Today’s guest blogger is Jaynee Handelsman, president of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and director of pediatric audiology... Read more

Mindful ignoring for parents: Let your kids figure it out

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To be clear, I’m not in the practice of ignoring my children. In fact, I find that it is very difficult for me to ignore my kid’s... Read more

What it means when children explore gender identity

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Parents sometimes ask me what it means when their young child prefers toys which are traditionally associated with the opposite gender, like... Read more

Sleepovers: Keeping them fun and safe

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Summer vacation is coming and this can mean overnight visits for your kids with relatives or friends. These opportunities can provide a much-needed... Read more

How can you get your child in a 'growth mindset'?

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I think I can, I think I can. Turns out, the train was right. Not only must you think you can, but you need to be open to correcting mistakes... Read more

Tips for families flying with food, seasonal allergies

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Flying with children always involves some preparation, but flying with a child with a food allergy requires doing more prep work for a safe... Read more

Can positive parenting help prevent bad behavior?

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Changing the way you think about something can open up new solutions. Often, we think of parenting skills as something to manage specific... Read more