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Author: host Created: 6/16/2008 2:48 PM
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Winter has arrived or is fast approaching, depending on where you live.  Chilly weather limits outdoor activities, especially with younger children--and for many, this means that you and the kids feel cooped up and experience  “cabin fever” syndrome.

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With a little thought, the holidays can go from consuming everything, to consuming a little, and sharing the rest, which is really what these holiday times are about.

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It's easy to skip breakfast but for adults, missing the morning meal is a metabolism's worst nightmare.  For kids, a good breakfast makes all the difference in the ability to concentrate and perform well at school.

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How teaching sign language to my children early on improved their ability to communicate and eased the "terrible twos."

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Many popular sour candies on the market are so acidic they decalcify, or remove the protective calcium, from teeth.  Here's a list I received from the dentist.

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In today's society where both parents often have to work to just get by, keeping the house clean and yard tidy is a major effort.  That's why I believe wholeheartedly in getting the kids involved.

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Some kids are seemingly made of rubber and jump right up from injuries that would put adults in the hospital.  Other kids seem to wallow in every little scratch...

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Our school district offers a mother-daughter "maturation" class for girls at the end of the fifth grade.  This is a big improvement on the old fashioned health class.

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Ever heard of Fifth Disease?  Until today, neither had I.  But I'm glad to have a name for my kids' mysterious rashes and strange symptoms. 

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Romantic interest starts early.  As Valentine's Day fans the blaze of their little hearts, here's what you should keep in mind.

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