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Father’s Day Dining Deals

With Father's Day right around the corner, it's time to start thinking about how you'll treat the fathers in your life. Whether he loves...

Avoid Violent and Threatening Behavior in Children

With recent mass shootings taking place across the country including the one in Uvalde, Texas at Robb Elementary School, it can be a concerning...

Grandparents Raising Grandkids Need Back to School Supplies

This summer, Duet: Partners in Health & Aging is trying to equip 150 grandchildren, grade K-12, with school supplies and clothing to provide them...

Explaining the News to Our Kids

Dramatic, disturbing news events can leave parents speechless. These age-based tips on how to talk with kids about the news -- and listen, too...

How I Do It – Part 2

  The second installment of a two-part essay by Rosalind Prather, Co-Founder of Trusting Connections Nanny Agency and Timeless Play, a unique, drop-off play experience...

May is Officially Maternal Mental Health Month in Arizona

May has officially been declared Maternal Mental Health Month in Arizona. As someone who's recently been through pregnancy and is still in the midst of...

3 Tips to Stay Calm Around Baby When Your Stress Hits the Max

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and this year we’re partnering with the Arizona Department of Child Safety to help parents learn how...

How I do it

People sometimes say to me, “I don’t know how you do it all.” But the truth is, I am not much different than most...

Using Common Sense: Talking to your kids about the war in Ukraine

If your child is on social media, or even just watches YouTube, you can be sure that they've already been exposed to violence on...

Creative ways to organize children’s toys

After weeks spent in hunter/gatherer mode, parents who snagged the toys of their children's dreams during holiday shopping now face a different challenge --...

HEALTHY LOVE HABITS: Parenting Your Newborn as a Team

Parenting a newborn baby can unite parents in profound ways; however, it can also lead them further apart.  Dr. John Gottman’s research shows that 67%...

Co-Parenting Your Baby:  3 Guiding Commitments

Research confirms the accuracy of these poignant lyrics—even for newborns. Here are three commitments separated parents can make to best support the physical and...

A better, calmer parenting method

Sometimes I yell at my kids. If you’ve ever been at the end of your rope after a long day, your patience worn thin...

Happy trails! Try hiking as a family at these favorite scenic spots

As we head out for any adventure, big or small, we keep our destination a secret from the kids. Most of the time, we’re...

5 Tips to Avoid Child Meltdowns and Tantrums During the Holidays

Between holiday parties, cookies, hot chocolate, family get-togethers, school festivities, and more, it can be a crazy time of year for both kids and...

5 ways to teach children gratitude — beyond Thanksgiving

As we approach Thanksgiving, many of us reflect on our blessings.  As parents, we’re also pondering how to teach gratitude to our children. Why is...

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