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Author Archives: Leslie Penkunas

Best Holiday Movies for Kids (access required)

When you’re ready for some quality family time amid the chaos of the season, there’s nothing better than curling up with one of our holiday favorites. Continue reading.

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The parents raising their kids on the road (access required)

What is it like to raise your kids on the road? Two families describe how they changed their children’s lives by showing them the world, while a mum-to-be explains why she plans to do just that with her six-month-old baby. Continue reading.

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Most popular baby names for 2019 (access required)

Traditional biblical names are falling out of favor with new parents, who are now more apt to name their babies after members of the British royal family or flowers.

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Tips for picking a pediatrician (access required)

When you talk with the office staff and meet with the pediatrician, make sure to bring a list of questions to help you evaluate whether the doctor and office will be a good fit for you and your infant.

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Elf on the Shelf culture goes *deep* (access required)

Elves can dress up like a mermaid or rock star, or purchase a capsule wardrobe, allowing the elf to pivot between fancy attire and athleisure, depending on how energetic it’s feeling. And this year, your elf can carry and deliver a baby. Continue reading.

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HOLIDAY CONTEST: $150 VISA gift card (access required)

We’re giving away a $150 Visa gift card in our online Holiday Gift Card Giveaway Contest that will run December 1-15, 2019.

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The season’s hottest gifts! (access required)

The team at the National Parenting Product Awards have scoured the shelves and tested the toys to come up with their top gift recommendations for this holiday season.

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Editor’s letter: Rushing Christmas (access required)

I put the candles in the windows, draped the fake greenery along the banisters, put out the reindeer candles, the ceramic Santa figurines and the gingerbread house cookie jar, and welcomed the season a month early.

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