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How to Make a Hair Barrette Holder

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CANDLES - Give new light to your old candles!

By Catherine Pulsifer, Stress Less Country

Once a candle has burned down or we no longer like the look of the candle we use the old wax and make new candles, giving new life to something that we would have previously thrown away! » Read more

Heart Shaped Valentine Pizza

Get creative with pizza! Pizza is a favorite for kids so why not make it Valentine themed for your Valentine party?  To make this Valentine pizza you need pizza dough (or regular bread dough), spaghetti sauce, mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni.  » Read more

Family Valentine Fun

by Jan Roberts Parent Educator and Coach Every holiday offers the possibility for families to take a break from their fast paced daily routines and enjoy some special family time together. Valentine's Day is especially suited to pausing and telling those we love the most, our family, how life is richly blessed by their unique presence. Although this day is most often viewed as an opportunity to celebrate romantic love, children should certainly be included in this hearty fun. » Read more

Families Are Seeing Green!

By Jan Roberts Parent Educator and Coach

It's not just the Irish who enjoy St. » Read more

Five Great Family Vacation Destinations

Thinking about heading out of town with the family? There are plenty of exciting destinations beyond Disneyland and Disney World that will give your kids plenty to do, see, and learn. Whether you’re looking for beaches, mountains, history, peace and quiet, or the buzz of a big city, chances are you can find a great place for a vacation that’s family-friendly as well. » Read more

Bonding with Your Child: A guide for new fathers

By By Nancy Da Silva

Time and biology certainly give new mothers a leg up on the baby bonding process, making fathers work that much harder to try and get equal time. Mothers have the extra nine months before the child is even born where the bond is first created in the womb and cemented over time. » Read more

Planning Your Family? One Isn't the Loneliest Number

By Susan Newman, Ph.D., Author of Parenting an Only Child

When asked their favorite number, many people hardly hesitate before choosing seven. But when asked the number of children they favor, couples contemplating starting or growing a family have a much harder time deciding -- and agreeing upon – the perfect number. » Read more