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5 Home Hazards Facing Young Children

Written by Rhiannon Ellis Home. It’s our sanctuary and our safe place. It’s where we start and end each day. Home is where we make...

4 Tips for Tear-Free Check-Ups

Written by Sara Lyons   The average child will have nine well visits in their first two years of life and at least one checkup every...

What to Do When Parenting Styles Clash

Written by Christa Melnyk Hines   We all come to parenthood with a certain set of expectations and assumptions about raising kids. Naturally, we assume our...

Let’s Talk Breastfeeding

Two area lactation consultants share insights during National Breastfeeding Month By Rhiannon Ellis   August is National Breastfeeding Month, kicked off by World Breastfeeding Week from August...

How to Choose the Right Bike for Your New Rider

By Brandy Centolanza Many moms and dads enjoy family bike rides with their kids over the summer. So, which bikes are safe and appropriate for...

10 Fun Picnic Food Ideas for Kids

By Amy Taylor We could all use a change of scenery these days. Get some fresh air and sunshine with your family by dining al...

Have a Backyard Campout!

By Atlanta Parent Editorial Board   Whether you pitch a tent and sleep under the stars, create your own teepee, or just spread an old sheet...

Creativity-Boosting Apps to Inspire Kids During COVID-19

By Tanni Haas, Ph.D. With schools across the country closed, you’re probably looking for ways to keep your kids engaged during their days at home. How...

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