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Hearts and flowers.  Pink and red.  A little man in a diaper with a bow and arrow.  Don’t forget the box of chocolates!  What do these things all have in common?  You’ve got it!  They all symbolize Valentines Day! The day to celebrate love, in all its forms. This can […]

Love to Love


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January is recognized as International Child-Centered Divorce Month. The entire month is dedicated to helping parents minimize the negative effects of divorce on children€“ by giving them the tools and resources they need to support their kids during and long after a divorce. Throughout January divorce attorneys, mediators, therapists, financial planners, […]

International Child-Centered Divorce Month in January Features Complimentary Advice, ...


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There’s a new app in the neighborhood.  With close to 10 million users this app is definitely growing in popularity. This app is a new social media platform for teens only.  Users create a school specific message board, verifying that the user attends the school via FB, making adult users […]

‘After School App’- yet another app to worry parents



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When your child starts using the internet, security is the most important piece of information to educate them about. As with anything else, the internet comes with risks, and if one is not educated, they have a higher chance of encountering them. It’s important that both you and your children […]

Teaching School Aged Children about Internet Security- Guest Post


PersonalInformationIsLikeMoney
January 28, 1016 is Data Privacy Day. “Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust” is the theme for Data Privacy Day, an international effort held annually on January 28 to create awareness about the importance of privacy and protecting personal information. So what does this mean to you?  How can […]

Data Privacy Day- Join Us!


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Every parent knows how challenging it can be to get kids to help out around the house. Whether its making their bed or sweeping up the kitchen, kids can be stubborn. And lets face it, who really likes to do chores anyway? Not only do kids need to take care […]

Sharing the Workload with Kids



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Screen time is becoming down time for ourselves and our kids. I look forward to sitting on the couch (under my electric blanket of course!) and scroll through my social media platforms.  And as a parent of 4 kids I totally understand their desire to unwind after school on their […]

Too Much Screen Time?


Parenting vs. Invasion of privacy
Internet accessibility is everywhere.  Children now carry a smart phone or have a computer/smart pad in their bedroom and are on those devices for extended amounts of time every day.  It is speculated that kids are spending an average of 44+hours a week online.  While technology is rapidly growing and […]

Parenting vs. Online Invasion of Privacy


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KidsEmail and social media.  Not only do we try to understand the pros and cons of each platform for children and their safety while using it, but also we try to use social media as a tool to get our message out there! One of our favorite and most helpful […]

We’re on Pinterest!



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Here’s our fun holiday bucket list! Mark them off each activity one by one and let the holiday’s begin!

Holiday Bucket List.