Help your teen #BeActiv about her health with Viactiv Calcium Soft Chews

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We are steadily marching toward adolescence here, with one...two...three...four girls in quick succession. Our oldest is approaching her teen years and growing so quickly that I can't even pretend it's not happening! We've already had some concerns about scoliosis (although an x-ray put her curvature in the normal range), and I can't help but worry…

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Family friendly movie: AWAY & BACK on the Hallmark Channel

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hallmark Hall of Fame for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. We're always on the lookout for family friendly movies. While our family enjoys a good animated film, and going to the movies is one of our favorite family "dates," we also look for…

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Chores & Allowance Revisited {Plus a Printable Time Card for Kids!}

I've shared our philosophy about chores and allowance in the past, but I thought I would revisit the topic now that I'm the mom of three -- soon to be four! -- elementary-age kids and not a whole slew of preschoolers. For us, chores and allowance offer opportunities to teach the girls about responsibility, team…

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Best Christmas Albums for Kids and Their Parents {Plus a Free Music Download!}

The following guest post is from Jennifer of Swing Whistle Zing: Music is about as important to the holiday season as cookies and presents. What would Christmas be without its accompanying soundtrack of carols, hymns and original popular Christmas songs? But, if your children get stuck on a favorite album (or worse a favorite song)…

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How to Start Working from Home with Babies and Children

The following guest post is from Sarah Parsons of HelpMeetYourGoals.com: Starting a new business or stay at home work venture at any time can be a daunting task. Add in a new baby and/or small children, and you have taken daunting to a whole new level. Give yourself permission to learn as you go --…

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How to Deal with Distractions that Cost You Money

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: Do you suffer from shiny object syndrome?  Do  you start one project only to flit to the next?  Get sidetracked by some great new thing (shiny object)? All of those little distractions can cost you money.  While daydreaming, you get into a fender bender with your…

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10 Simple Ways Using the Library Can Save You Money

The following post is from Tiffany of Mommy Goes Green:10 Simple Ways Using the Library Can Save You Money I adore the library and think it's one of the most underutilized public programs we have available to us! Our local libraries offer so much more than just books, they have a wealth of material, programs,…

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