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Articles in March Guides, School, Madeline Rathle, Things To Do, Holidays and Crafts and Cooking

Travel: The Park at OWA

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My family and I were recently invited to Foley, AL to visit The Park at OWA for the weekend. We decided to take advantage of the fun weekend getaway, especially since it’s only a 3.5 hour drive from Baton Rouge, LA. ... Read full article

Popcorn S'mores

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Try this new take on s’mores this week in honor of National S’mores Day. This tasty snack features adorable teddy bear graham crackers that every child will love.... Read full article

A Perfect Painting Party!

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Parties are meant to be enjoyed, after all, and the moms and dads should be able to love it as much as the kids.... Read full article

Is Your Family Car "Road Trip" Ready?

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5 Car Care Tips for Busy Parents... Read full article

Have Yourself A Healthy Little Christmas

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With clever planning and creative thinking, families can offset the holiday-induced overload of sweets by staging entertaining and meaningful activities that are low or no-sugar. ... Read full article



Thumbprint Flower Pots

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Make It.... Read full article

Chex Muddy Buddies

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When peanut butter and chocolate come together, it’s always a crowd pleaser. This irresistibly crunchable snack is a great first recipe to try with your kiddos.... Read full article

Fostering Parent-Teacher Partnerships with Technology

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Fostering Millie’s sense of curiosity is important to her parents. “If Millie expresses an interest, we let her investigate it and see what new ideas are sparked along the way,” says Sharla Myers about her youngest daughter, a rising second-grader at... Read full article

Taco Sliders

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Combine tacos and “burgers” in one with this fun recipe. These tasty sliders include a variety of optional toppings so you and your kiddos can have the slider each of you likes best.... Read full article

10 Things Kids Should Know Before College

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Your family has survived the testing, the essays, the applications, and the waiting game. Now, it’s time to teach your college-bound child some important skills before she heads out of the house and explores the world on her own. Here are some basic ... Read full article

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