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Sleep disorders:When things go bump and grind in the night

The sight of a sleepwalking child can be a frightening experience for any parent. Your first instinct may be to contact your pediatrician or child psychologist. But you may want to wait before you make that call.

Mar. 21, 2003

Surviving the Holiday Merry-Go-Round

Last year, I could barely wait for January 2 to roll around. After two months of frenzied baking, shopping and decorating, it was such a relief to finally be able to relax and catch my breath. I love the holidays, but like most mothers, I sometimes get caught up in my own expectations of how things should be and in the process manage to become exhausted, cranky and exactly the opposite of how I want to be.

Dec. 21, 2002

“How will I find my classroom?”Preschoolers’ Top 5 Concerns

The first day of kindergarten can be an exciting but stressful day for both you and your child. Many parents try to prepare their child academically for kindergarten but sometimes forget to teach the really simple things that can make the difference between the first day of school being a success or a disaster.

Sep. 21, 2002

Going on a family reunion vacation?SURVIVAL TIPS

Last year, my extended family, ranging from age 2 to 80, embarked on our first family reunion vacation. Even though we all returned home with cherished memories, there were several things I would definitely do differently the next time. Like, discussing in advance how to distribute the cooking and childcare responsibilities. Or perhaps renting one more car than we thought we needed — to prevent some family members from being stranded, while others went off on day-trips.

Aug. 21, 2002


Just when you think you've finally figured out the trick to birthday parties … your child jumps to the next stage of maturity and you have to start from scratch all over again.

Apr. 21, 2002

Holiday Traditions: Our Children Need Them Now

As rational adults we know it really doesn't make a difference if we change the way we do things from one year to the next, but to children it can mean everything. In today's unstable and changing world, our children need every source of comfort we can give them. Holiday traditions instill a sense of security in children and provide a source of strength for the entire family.

Dec. 21, 2001

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