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- Parents' planner (April 25-May 1)
Prom raises questions about teen dating, how parents can help
But the big dance raises big questions about how parents handle dating issues with their teens and how they can help their teens with romantic issues. And the most important thing parents can do is keep the door wide open to conversation and to those prospective dates.
- Parents' planner (April 18-24)
Sarah Coyne: Toddlers' aggression based on exploration
Tiny teeth dug into my skin around his giggles, and I yelped, pulling him away. This, of course, amused him greatly, and he dove forward again, teeth first.
Think like an artist when spring cleaning this season
Spring cleaning is a good time to look at the world like an artist, said Linda Kyger, office manager at Spiva Center for the Arts.
- Parents' planner (April 11-17)
Sarah Coyne: Menus cut down shopping trips
It's no secret that I adore the idea of being organized. The level of simplicity and control gained by having a plan and sticking to it makes me giddy. I'll never deny my love of order, I just hope I can manage to harness it better in the future.
Attention to details can slip during school's final days
Now that spring break and Easter holidays have passed, this is it. No more breaks until school ends in about a month. Minds start to turn to the upcoming summer break.
- Parents' planner (April 4-10)
Sarah Coyne: Cleaning with kids a learning process
He's such a little parrot right now, acting out whatever he sees or hears, and I'm using it to my full advantage. Because he also has a little bit of Tasmanian devil in him at the moment, this means he's mimicking a mother who's in a constant state of straightening.
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