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Talk to the Kids about Your Work
Sharing work stories makes children feel involved in their parents’ lives while opening up priceless opportunities for parents to teach life lessons in problem-solving. 

 

Campfire Stew
It seems that food always tastes better when it is cooked in the great outdoors, and this is never truer than when you and the kids are camping.

 

Weekday Breakfasts on the Go!

Weekday mornings are hectic, especially when the kids are trying to get out the door at the same time as Mom and Dad. Don't neglect breakfast, no matter how busy everyone is.


 

How Much Is Enough Life Insurance?
While none of us like to think about it, parents of young children should be concerned about life insurance. Should either or both parents die, insurance could be vital to the children's well-being.

 

Where Did Mother's Day Come From?
Mother's Day was made official by President Woodrow Wilson and the United States Congress in 1914, when all members of the House wore white carnations in their button holes on the second Sunday in May. Two women, one from Boston and one from Philadelphia, at two different times, had fought to create a holiday to honor mothers.

 

Get Cooking with the Kids
Children love to cook and they love to spend time with you in the kitchen. Teaching them to cook is a win-win.

 

Don't Forget to Say Thank You!
It's always a good idea to encourage the kids to send notes thanking others for presents and good times. Turn the task of writing thank you notes into a craft project. It's a good way to insure the notes get written -- and it's fun for everyone.

 

Back to the Kitchen
Taking just a little time to enjoy and indulge in home cooking nourishes our families and our souls. Plus, it almost always saves money!

 

Is theTime Right for a Family Pet?
Before you decide to welcome a dog or cat into your home, give the arrangement a lot of thought and consideration. Pets require a commitment of time, energy, and money.

 

Favorite Holiday Movies
Looking for a holiday movie the whole family can enjoy? We have collected 15 all-time favorites.

 

Helping Kids Help Around the House
Chores help all children build self-esteem and a sense of responsibility. Here's how you can help your child learn to help you.

 

Get Cooking with the Kids
Children love to cook and they love to spend time with you in the kitchen. Teaching them to cook is a win-win.

 

Easy Family Suppers
American home cooks are sold on fast, easy recipes. Magazines, television programs, and Web sites (including FamilyTime!) dedicate a good amount of space and time to providing them. We want meals that take no time. Many of us seem to want to avoid sp

 

Is theTime Right for a Family Pet?
Before you decide to welcome a dog or cat into your home, give the arrangement a lot of thought and consideration. Pets require a commitment of time, energy, and money.

 

Helping Kids Help Around the House
Chores help all children build self-esteem and a sense of responsibility. Here's how you can help your child learn to help you.

 

Fitness for the Whole Family
The family that exercises together has more fun! And there is less cause for concern about couch potatoes, obesity, and over-consumption of junk food. Even as we wring our hands about overweight families and too much screen time for everyone, many e

 

Back to the Kitchen
Taking just a little time to enjoy and indulge in home cooking nourishes our families and our souls. Plus, it almost always saves money!

 

Helping Kids Help Around the House
Chores help all children build self-esteem and a sense of responsibility. Here's how you can help your child learn to help you.

 








 
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