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Why your ex-husband matters

The headlights were shining on the bare garage wall in front of us. When my mom, brother, and I left for the weekend- that same wall was covered with dark brown pegboard, holding neatly arranged hooks that my dad used to hold his tools.  Now they were all gone- and instantly I knew he was gone, too.  While I don’t remember much of my…

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My kids hate school. What should I do?

One evening last week, just before bedtime these three words came from my oldest son, “I hate school.” He’s almost finished with 2nd grade. Part of me had known it was only a matter of time until my kids started to feel this way, but the words hadn’t been said until that night. My two sons really are excelling…

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Gadgets and parenting, some apps that help

Parenting is simultaneously awesome, fun, busy, and hard! Unfortunately my brain doesn’t always have the capacity to keep up with the day-to-day tasks and information. That’s why I’m trying some new ways to use gadgets (which can often just be a distraction) to assist in my daily dad duties. Here are a few…

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Teenagers & Parties

For many teenagers, attending parties and meeting friends are important in their social development. Parties can be positive and fun, but parents are often concerned about parties getting out of hand. So with that in mind, what should parents know before giving permission for their teenager to attend a party? Mom and Dad, you need…

Teaching your kids to ask an important question…”What’s my goal?”

As parents, we want our kids to make good choices.  When they are very young, we make the majority of the decisions for them.  As they grow up, Mom and Dad relinquish more and more of that responsibility. Whether it is dealing with peers, teachers, or life decisions, we have a suggestion for you.  Teach your kids to ask (and answer)…

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