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The Busy Mom Syndrome
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The Busy Mom Syndrome

This week on Mom Talk Radio, Lisa Henson, CEO of The Jim Henson Company, talks about the spirit of innovation with The Doozers. Dishing on Dinner features Jessica McFadden of AParentInAmerica.com. Emily Korrell, educator and former Smithsonian museum docent shares secrets from her new book, Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian. […]

Single Moms & the Changing Face of Mother’s Day
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Single Moms & the Changing Face of Mother’s Day

Single moms make up a larger portion of the U.S. population than ever, with 18.1 million American children living in single-mother households in 2009, according to the U.S. Population Reference Bureau. And yet, the standard depiction of Mother’s Day still involves a nuclear family, with a married mother and father […]

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The Happy’s Ultimate Easter Basket Pinterest Contest Rules

The Happy’s Ultimate Easter Basket Pinterest Contest OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR INCREASE YOUR ODDS OF WINNING COMMON TERMS USED IN THESE RULES: These are the official rules that govern how the The Happy’s Ulimate Easter Basket contest will operate. This contest will be simply referred to […]

Overcoming Autism
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Overcoming Autism

This week on Mom Talk Radio, author Claire LaZebnik, shares tips from her book Overcoming Autism: Finding the Answers, Strategies, and Hope That Can Transform a Child’s Life. Dishing on Dinner features Geri Chase of IAmBoyMom.blogspot.com. Amy Griffith, nationally certified Prenatal Yoga Instructor, shares tips on staying fit during pregnancy. […]

Dig In! Garden with Your Kids
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Dig In! Garden with Your Kids

By Cheryl Tallman, www.FreshBaby.com The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that more than 60 percent of our children do not eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables they need. Gardening is an excellent way to encourage and increase your child’s consumption of these vitamin-rich foods. Gardening is fun, plain […]

The Family Budget: A Guide to What Teens Should Be Paying For Themselves
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The Family Budget: A Guide to What Teens Should Be Paying For Themselves

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it costs $241,080 to raise a child until the age of 18. If you’re the parent of teenagers, you probably already feel these staggering costs—there are the name-brand clothes, monthly phone bills, entertainment expenses, and if any of them are driving, gas and […]