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Expecting a Newborn? Baby-proof Your Home With This Quick and Easy Checklist

It’s a very exciting time for most parents when their kids begin to crawl, but it can also be much more difficult to watch over your child and ensure their safety. If your child is starting to get along on their own and you’re preparing to baby proof, here are the main areas and items… Continue reading Expecting a Newborn? Baby-proof Your Home With This Quick and Easy Checklist

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Making the Grade: How to Research Local Schools Before Buying Your Next Home

There are so many things involved in moving into a new home in a different neighborhood that it can be easy to forget about the proximity of many nearby amenities. However, if you have children, the local schools available can make-or-break the decision on whether or not to invest in a house. If you’re wondering… Continue reading Making the Grade: How to Research Local Schools Before Buying Your Next Home

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5 Fun Ways to Spring Clean with the Kids

Spring-cleaning might seem like a necessity if you’ve accrued a lot of stuff through the fall and winter seasons, but it can be hard to determine how to get your kids involved. If you’re looking for tips on how to get this task done and engage your children at the same time, here are a… Continue reading 5 Fun Ways to Spring Clean with the Kids

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Helping Children Cope with the Move

Moving can be a stressful enough process to take on, but when you add a disgruntled child or children to the mix, it can become downright painful. It can be difficult to pick up and move away from the only place you’ve ever known and to move away from those you care about. Never fear!… Continue reading Helping Children Cope with the Move