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The Comprehensive Guide to Car Seat Safety Part III (Harnessing)

See also Part I of this series: Car Seat Selection and Direction, and Part II: Installation. Car Seat Harnessing Once the car seat is installed, you will want to secure your child properly using

Her last moments were happy so how come we’re sad she died like that

Her last moments were happy so how come we’re sad she died like that? That is, texting about happiness. WHILE DRIVING. It’s like this: Remember how before you had teenagers you felt all smug

Is There a Right Way to Teach Kids About Death?

Is there a right way to teach kids about death? Death is a touchy subject for most parents, right up there with the birds and the bees. You wish you didn’t have to explain

EDU Review 4/24/2014

EDU Review The latest trends in education and parenting          April 24, 2014 If you have a child with dyslexia, join the club. It is estimated that as many as 1 in 4 people have

Two Men Go Through Simulated Labor As Their Wives High Five

The pain of childbirth carries with it certain implications. There’s the biblical idea that women experience the pangs of childbirth due to Eve’s sin in tempting Adam to eat from the Tree of Knowledge.

EDU Review 4/17/2014

EDU Review The latest trends in education and parenting          April 17, 2014 Every year parents start the school full of resolve: this year will be different. My child will never have to search the

Tips on How to Pick the (Almost) Perfect Babysitter

Yesterday you were promised tips on how to pick the (almost) perfect babysitter. Because, as explained in THAT POST, what you don’t want, what NO MOTHER wants, is the perfect babysitter. Almost perfect will

Choosing the Perfect Babysitter Is Something I Never Want to Do Ever

If you’re reading this you’re probably nervous about choosing the perfect babysitter. That may be due to news items A/K/A horror stories related to nanny cams and abuse. But more likely, you’re just meticulous

EDU Review 4/10/2014

EDU Review The latest trends in education and parenting          April 10, 2014   Part of being a parent is helping to nurture a child’s talents. That’s fine when a child is set on doing

Does a Child Really Need a Father?

As anthropologist Margaret Mead famously said, “A father is a biological necessity, but a social accident.” Does a child really need a father or is the father merely an accessory before the fact? Handy