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Archive »0-3 Years

Breastfeeding Basics: Patience is a Virtue

When it comes to nutrition, all of the experts agree: breast is best.

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Archive »4-7 Years

Support Language Learning at Home

Even if your child has the basics down, there is still a lot that you can do at home to encourage vocabulary, communication, grammar and enunciation.

Etiquette 101

Sheryl Trower, founder and president of the Etiquette School of Central Pennsylvania, says etiquette empowers people. Whether it’s children or business professionals, Trower says having good social skills and understanding etiquette can help anyone to shine in social situations...

Archive »8-12 Years

Morning Ritual

Do you suffer through the same weekday morning ritual over and over again? Do you find yourself wondering why you didn’t iron the clothes, check the book bags, pack the lunches, sign the permission slips and find the shoes the night before? Join the club...

Etiquette 101

Sheryl Trower, founder and president of the Etiquette School of Central Pennsylvania, says etiquette empowers people. Whether it’s children or business professionals, Trower says having good social skills and understanding etiquette can help anyone to shine in social situations...

Archive »13+ Years

Shakespeare Never Blogged: Improving your child's writing

A recent National Center for Education Statistics study reports only one out of four high school seniors is a proficient writer.

Organizing teens is like herding cats

On our best months, the family calendar perched on our refrigerator looks like the flight manifest for the air traffic controller on a busy day at HIA. Trust me, even he couldn’t figure out our schedule. The minivan smells like a fast food restaurant, and it looks like someone threw a grenade into the backseat. Such is the challenge of coordinating the activities of three active teenage daughters. For my wife and me, the family calendar is our grail to keep us organized for who’s driving whom to dermatologist and orthodontist appointments, basketball practice, choir, scouts, karate, school projects, community service, etc. Each of the five of us has his/her own colored marker so we know exactly who has to be where and when.

 

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