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Feeding our children, at any age, is the most basic way we nurture them and support their health and development. But too often mealtime becomes a battleground and a source of stress for the whole family. This week’s Mom Enough guest, Occupational Therapist Robin Campbell from St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development, brings…

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Tough,Paul_hs

We all want our children to succeed in school and life, but the qualities we think are most important are not always what matter most. After years of writing about education and child development for New York Times Magazine and other major publications, Paul Tough set out to learn from researchers and educators throughout the…

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1-9-13 super glue blog

As I helped Anna, my third-grader, research natural landforms of North America on the internet last night, my five-year-old son ran into my office crying and scared because he had super glue on his fingers. (Johnny saw me use the new super glue bottle with a brush to fix a broken bat on a bobble-head…

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Hanlon,Jenny_hs

Parents often ask how old a child should be to stay home alone safely, even for a very short time. But it’s not only a child’s chronological age that matters. As Marti, Erin and guest Jenny Hanlon discuss in this week’s Mom Enough show, we need to consider a child’s specific skills, emotional maturity and…

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KARE_strong families

The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on what went well for your family this past year and what could be even better going forward. It’s a great time to make resolutions that will keep your family strong and thriving. But it’s important to start with knowledge about the qualities…

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