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Articles in Exceptional Lives, Faith, Susan Lowry Cedotal, Mari Walker, April Guides and Holidays

Daniel Tiger, Where Have You Gone?

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I don’t mean to alarm you, but have you checked Amazon Prime lately? All but the first two seasons of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (DT) are no longer available with your membership. Cue the preschool crew sobs!... Read full article

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Changing Misconceptions

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Living Out Our Faith in Community

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Today, we live in an incredible time where we have an opportunity to connect with people from all walks of life. You and your children may have friends who believe in God, who practice a different faith, or those who do not practice any faith at all.... Read full article

Meet Me Halfway

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Mommy Time at Dry Bar

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We were able to visit and sip our drinks during our blow dry and styles. What a luxury to have someone else dry and style your hair! It was really the closest thing to being a celebrity without actually being a celebrity. ... Read full article

My Heart Walks Around Without Me: A Girl Scout Camp Experience

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Parenting through the elementary years seems to be a gradual release, letting go of the demands (and some of the rewards) of mothering small children. Part of me welcomes the release, and I want nothing more for my daughters than to soar into fulfill... Read full article

Embracing the Scars

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Sleepaway for Mama: Leaving My Daughters Overnight for the First Time

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In more than seven and a half years of parenting, I had never left my children overnight until recently. Other than her recent trip to pony camp, the only time I was away from my older daughter was when my younger daughter was born. I stayed in the h... 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

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