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    How I coped with my son's hospital visit

    I wasn't sure how I would go on as I stood over my son's bed in the emergency room. These are the mad thoughts that can consume a parent when forced to imagine the unimaginable, think the unthinkable.

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    Perfect books for playtime

    Pinterest is great to search for ideas for kids' activities, but a book filled with activities is a great resource to have on hand and go through with your kids. Here are three books that we turn to for fun and games.

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    Family Meals Matter: Create a buzz with honey

    As summer wraps up and your family dives into the school year, family meals can be a great way to reconnect with one another. This week, go on a HONEY-moon with loved ones through making some recipes, both sweet and savory, inspired by National Honey Month. In the scope of a balanced diet featuring...

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    Celebrity Baby Scoop: Rosie Pope's advice for Kate Middleton

    Rosie Pope is not only an actress, she's also a household name in the parenting world. Pope, 34, is the founder of Rosie Pope Maternity, MomPrep and Rosie Pope Baby, as well as author of "Mommy IQ: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy."

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    Nameberry: Celebrity gender-benders: Blake, Reese, and Drew

    Can celebrities have an impact on the gender ID of their names? You betcha. First there were some earlier actresses with predominantly male names like Glenn Close, Sean Young, Michael Learned and Darryl Hannah, and then, more recently, Bryce Dallas Howard, Elisha Cuthbert, Tierney Sutton, Jules...

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    Fun fall activities for the whole family

    Fall is here and it's truly a beautiful time of the year. If you live in an area where the air is turning cool and the leaves are crisp and changing colors, it's even more amazing. Summer is now over, school is in full swing, football games are plentiful and kids are starting to anticipate Halloween...

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    Child Sense: Helping your young child overcome night-time their fears

    Monsters under the bed, scary things in the closet and nightmares are often things that plague even the less sensitive of children. Classed as a normal part of child development, you may find that they also occur just before a growth spurt or another developmental milestone. They can also be brought...

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    Your child didn't make the team: Now what?

    It happens to every child or teen at some point in life.

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    Used kids' clothes cut cost of back-to-school shopping

    Although many kids trotted back into classrooms last month, September is still considered prime season for buying kids' school apparel. For many parents, though, back-to-school shopping for children's clothes can be a costly, harried ritual. Kids want cool stuff, but Mom or Dad can't ï¿...

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    Not yet 10 and facing risks of football concussions

    Four days after his eighth birthday last year, Cayden McCorkel's head slammed into the ground on a football field in Woodbury, Minn. "My friend tackled me super hard, and then I hit my head super hard to the ground," he said, recalling what happened as he fidgeted on his front porch.

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