It may seem like you have plenty of time to do all the things you want to for your child, but time flies. Here are some ideas for making a difference for your children. Published December 31 2012
Whether you are expecting or not, the year's top baby names are always interesting to see. Did your name make the list? Published December 28 2012
Those first snowfalls of the season, and the last, are irresistable. Unfortunately, accidents can happen. Here are some tips to keep snow play warm fun. Published December 22 2012
While many parents want their kids to learn to swim as a safety measure, getting your children into the pool can help them in other ways. Published December 13 2012
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, is hospitalized with severe morning sickness, a real problem for many pregnant women. Published December 3 2012
Brighid is a freelance writer and first time mother. She holds an MA in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Find her on Facebook @Brighid Moret
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