Parenting

The Danish Difference: How Practices Like Hygge Help Families

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If we told you that three brothers whose names all started with “M” wore matching red caps and came from a far away land...

Daylight Savings Time: How to Beat the Sunday Scaries

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The clocks are set to spring forward at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 10, and parents everywhere have a sense of impending doom, as that...

Sledding Safety Tips for Winter Fun

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By Katy M. Clark There is no better way to spend a winter’s day than swooshing down a sledding hill with your family. While sledding...

Decoding Your Child’s Love Language

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Every child is unique and special in their own way. Just like adults, children also have their own love languages, which are the different...

My Turn: Karate Skills On and Off the Mat

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Teaching children karate is without question the most rewarding job a person can have. That is just my opinion, of course. When I began...

Parent You Should Know: Miko Peled

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Miko Peled has been practicing and teaching karate for over 30 years, with a full-time position as an instructor until about 10 years ago,...
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How Parental Affection Shapes Children

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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and many couples—yes, even parents—have plans for the big day. But the affection you show your partner also plays...
A young girl makes a heart shape with her hands. She is wearing a green sweater with little Santa hat designs.

How to Teach Kids to be Grateful

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I remember the days when my children made lists of desired holiday toys. They pored over the toy catalogs that came in the mailbox...

Washington Family: Parenting Media Association Overall Writing Win in 2023

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Washington FAMILY earned national recognition at The Parenting Media Association 2023 Design and Editorial Awards Program on Friday with three awards, including a silver...

Grateful Hearts in the Holiday Season: How to Avoid the ‘Gimmes’

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I remember the days when my children made lists of desired holiday toys. They pored over the toy catalogs that came in the mailbox...