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Tech from My Childhood Is Starting to Look Retro!

Nothing like having to explain “antique” devices like a Walkman or cassette tape to your kindergartner to make you feel old!

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Daylight Saving Day 2014—Top 10 Family Safety Tips

Resetting Clock on Daylight Saving Day

Twice a year, when Daylight Saving Time begins or ends, make it a habit to not only change your clocks, but do a few other semi-annual tasks that will improve safety in your home…

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Creepy & Inappropriate Children’s Costumes

Here are just a few frighteningly inappropriate costumes I’ve found marketed for kids. And for contrast here are some vintage Halloween costumes. Which to you think are creepier?

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12 Tips You Must Know to Keep Your Kids Safe this Halloween

It’s almost time for our streets to be filled with princesses, pirates and super heroes, ringing bells in search of sugary goodness. How can we keep them safe?

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Ebola in Our Back Yard – Are Our Children Safe?

Are Dallas School Children Safe from Ebola?

I’m confident the Dallas Ebola outbreak will be rapidly contained. That said, as rational as we may like to think we are, this is scary stuff. It was hard for many Dallas parent to send their kids to school today. Are they safe?

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Hilarious Video Spoof of Apple Ads by IKEA

IKEA unveils their new BookBook in a hilarious video spoof that channels Apple’s minimalist advertising style. It’s a great video pitting low-tech against high!

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Top 5 Random Acts of Road Kindness

Top 5 totally awesome random acts of road kindness we all can and should commit. It’s really fun! Also, did you sign the “Drive Safe Today Day” pledge? Do it now!

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7 Tips for the First Day of Kindergarten

Here are the 7 top tips from parents regarding a child’s first day of Kindergarten. I’d love your advice. Is there anything you’d add to this list?

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My Name is Not Pumpkin!

After I finished her bedtime story and started to turn off the light, our nearly six-year-old daughter said, “Don’t call me Pumpkin. That’s not my name.” While I don’t remember saying it, I must have said, “Goodnight, Pumpkin. I love you.” The pet-name is now a long established habit. She followed up with, “Goodnight, Banana!” …

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