4 Family Factors to Answer the Question, “Should Both Parents Work?”

Parents are often faced with a hard decision about whether they want to continue working after children enter the picture. There are pros and cons to either scenario. Here are some of the factors that you should consider to help you decide if both parents need to work.
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Backyard Games: 4 Things to Play with Your Kids This Summer

As the weather warms up, the thought of school being out will quickly become a reality. When that happens, you want to be sure you have ideas for plenty of activities to do with your kids so you can all enjoy the beautiful weather outside. Fortunately, your options are nearly limitless and you don’t even need special supplies for most of these possibilities.

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What to Teach Your Teen About Car Accidents

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 are far more likely to be involved in traffic accidents than drivers who are over the age of 20. While it’s too ominous to say that your teenage driver will be in an accident at some point, you should still teach them how to drive safely and what they should do if they are ever in an accident.

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Protective Parents: 5 Important Facts about Filing a Child Injury Claim

When it comes to the safety of your child, nothing could be more important as a parent. So if you are a protective parent, you are probably wondering how to get justice for your children in the case that they are potentially injured. These are the things you need to know to avoid common pitfalls and file correctly.

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The First 3 Money Lessons To Teach Your Kids

Do your children know the value of money? According to a study, most American teenagers have much to learn about managing their finances. Moreover, the research indicates that a quarter of teens surveyed do not know the difference between debit and credit. Learning about money and proper management should start at home, and parents should take the time to teach their little ones the basics of personal finances. Having good financial sense can benefit kids as they grow and helps them to be more responsible and successful individuals in the future. Here are the first money lessons to teach your kids today.
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4 Tips for Making the Perfect Light for Family Photos

Whether you’re an amateur photographer simply wanting to capture a few family snapshots, or you’ve decided to go into business preserving other families’ special memories, understanding how to have great lighting in the photos you take will make the difference between forgettable photos and photos that are cherished for generations. Luckily, getting the lighting correct doesn’t have to be a mystery. With the right planning and tools, you can capture great photos, thus preserving important memories and stories for the future.

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Important Things to Teach Your Kids about Dental Care

Whether you brush as much as you should or not, you still want to pass along good dental hygiene habits to your kids. After all, a clean, healthy smile can help boost their confidence, help prevent other diseases, and even help them land that great job in the future. How do you take something you do regularly and break it down so your kids can understand it, though? Here are a few of the most important things to teach your kids about brushing their teeth.

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Signs Your Teen Is Struggling with Addiction & How to Help Them

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Drug use is on the rise in the US. Most drug use starts during the teenage years. Your teenager may be getting drugs from your medicine cabinet or from their friends. Here are some signs of addiction and steps to take to help your teenager.
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4 Considerations When Looking for a Family Doctor

The search for a new family doctor isn’t always easy. There’s a lot to consider, especially if you have special health needs. You can simplify your potential list by looking for four key factors, though. These are the four considerations you should keep in mind when looking for a family doctor.

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