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With the disaster in Oklahoma, the house fire in Wakefield, and one of our own Mamas suffering a personal emergency - all in the last two weeks - we got to thinking about what *we* would do in an emergency.
With memories of being doted on and uber-appreciated for Mother's Day just beginning to fade, we got to thinking about dads and the adoration they've received for being, well, dads. Moms, it seems, feel the need to jump to a helpless dad's aide when he's
With Mother's Day just around the corner, the Parents got to thinking about their own moms and the nuggets of wisdom they've passed down. And what they might pass down to their own kids.
Lawn mowing, snow shoveling and paper routes are real sources of kid income. But those jobs are few and far-between, and require children to have a certain level of maturity. How else can a kid make a living?
Birthday Parties. You can't live with 'em. You can't live without 'em. So, what's a parent to do?
This year's Boston Marathon is one the world will never forget. What should have been a day of achievement and pride, of celebration, became a day of terror in our own backyard.
Based on this week's weather, it looks like Spring has finally arrived! So... now what? After you put away those winter clothes, what do you do with your kids to celebrate the season?
It seems you can't swing a dead cat without offending someone, usually some other parent in your kid's life. Oops! What do you do to when it happens?
Achievements - real achievements - should be celebrated. We see it in athletics and in the arts and rejoice in the accomplishments. Not everyone wins. And that's a good thing.
Everyone has a back story. Do you know yours? Do your kids?
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