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My Not-So-Perfect New Year’s Resolution

Like most every person, I decided to take the New Year as an opportunity to better myself, but it didn’t come as an easy decision. I’m terrified of failure, and

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Start the New Year with a Financial Fitness Plan

Starting new habits in January for a better year is great, if you know where you need to start. When it comes to finances, statistics show that most Americans —

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Summer Camp Considerations Based on Your Child’s Age

Each year, some 14 million campers pack their bags for summer camp and they come away from the experience with more than a commemorative tee-shirt and a capture-the-flag trophy. Per

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Podcast Episode #41: Sibling Relationships

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner is joined by Michal Russo, who shares her story of growing up with siblings. Listen as she discusses the factors that kept them from being as close as they could have been, the status of her sibling relationships today, and what she, as a mom, is doing to strengthen her kids' relationships. ...
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Reading Aloud: The Importance of a Bedtime Story

Did you know that reading aloud is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning? Reading aloud stimulates language development even before a child can talk. Find out other benefits associated with reading to your child. ...
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Be Ready to Start “Momgineering”

Hi! I’m Kristen Antosh. I’m thrilled to be the newest addition to the Northeast Ohio Parent blogging team! While I’ve written for Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine before (see the links

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No More Meddling Mama

My identical twins started kindergarten in separate classrooms this fall. This was encouraged by the school and child psychologists alike because it’s meant to help them develop their own identity

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How to Help Your Child Improve Their Motor Skills

For children younger than age 5, the body is organizing itself and learning how to move using two types of skills: gross motor skills and fine motor skills. Parents should watch their child’s development and mastery in these skills closely, as delays in one area likely predict other issues. ...
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Josh & Maria Cribbs set Aside Distractions to Focus on Family First

Former Cleveland Browns player Josh Cribbs and his wife, Maria — who work together to host a morning talk show, “Cribbs in the CLE" — discuss life, parenting and building a show and a brand. Find out how the couple holds each other accountable as partners and parents, strikes a good work/life balance, and more. ...
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What Type of Learner is Your Child?

While there are several models of learning styles founded by educators, here are five of the basic styles, as well as a checklist of characteristics for each. Find out the type of learner of your child, as well as tips to help them succeed in the classroom. ...
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