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5 parenting trends coming to annoy you in 2019

Humans have been parenting since we crawled out of the water and our tails fell off, but we still can’t agree on how it should be done. Of course, if anyone did crack the code of child-rearing, new methods still

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Study Finds Stay-at-Home Moms Should Earn More Than $160,000 for Caring for Their Kids

While many would agree it’s hard to put a monetary value on the efforts of a stay-at-home parent, a new study has contributed to the opposite side of the conversation in a quantifiable way — to the tune of $162,581.

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Kids fight with their parents this many times by the time they’re 18

From slammed doors and screams of “I hate you” to bedtime battles, children have over 4,200 arguments with their parents by the age of 18, according to a new survey. With an average of five battles a week for 16

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, December 5

This Lunchtime Trivia had people thinking of all sorts of old fashioned items that might have come in handy, and mostly had the idea right that it was something you would still find Today. Our Question was: This was invented

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Drivers Are Not Stopping For School Buses

School buses transport kids around every day for school bringing thousands of students to and from their day’s education; but it seems like it’s the drivers who need to learn an important lesson – Stop for Buses whose lights are

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Keep Kids Entertained For End Of Summer

We’re coming up to the second half of the summer and the kids might start to complain about being bored. So what do you do about that? While summer vacations are a great thing to occupy some time, as is

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Unbirthday Party Sunday July 8

If you remember the Kindness for Kaitlin campaign that came about in the late winter, it’s a campaign of Birthday cards for a young lady in Brantford who has Williams Syndrome and felt like she had no friends. Well, the

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Sportsmanship On Display This Week

This past week had one fantastic example of sportsmanship on display and much of the world got to see it as a couple of friends who grew up playing little league together ended up facing off as their high school

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5 Moms Share The Most Stereotypical Dad Thing Their Partners Have Ever Done

Jac “I ask him to do something, or even if he just says he is going to do something, and then an hour has passed and it still hasn’t happened, so I get up and start doing it and then

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Q#1 Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, March 20

Q: This study says it takes parents 3 1/2 months to get over this. What is it?   A: Empty nest syndrome   Source Huffington Post Image via Twitter user @kristymccay

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Kid’s Screen Time

It’s true that the best of parenting intentions start with absolute statements. I will never be that parent in the grocery store with a screaming child. I will always enjoy time with my child. Cue tantrum in aisle 13 and

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