The Family Channel

My Facebook group is ablaze in worries. Here’s the 411: Iain Morrison, a concerned father posted a disgusted, and I’m sure scared, Facebook post about Roblox, an iPad game designed for kids to create adventures, have fun, and learn in a 3D environment. So what went wrong? ...

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I love Valentine's Day because it's an excuse for me to eat chocolate and also maybe buy myself some flowers (hey, I keep my standards low and I'm okay with that). We always make an effort to celebrate Valentine's Day in our house, whether that be through aforementioned chocolate, small gifts, or did I mention chocolate? ...

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If you're looking for a family-friendly resort with a touch of luxury, the Bahia Principe Fantasia is the place for you. ...

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I want to tell you about my experience with Ask.fm: what went well, what didn’t go well, and what I'll do differently when my next child asks to use Ask.fm. ...

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Do you approach your child’s annual IEP with a mixture of fear and dread? Or perhaps it’s your first time, and the anticipatory anxiety has you running for the hills? You’re not alone. Preparing for your child’s IEP isn’t easy, and IEP meetings can trigger many emotions. ...

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As a parent, you’re used to your schedule being dominated by your children. Whether you’re a new parent exhausted from sleepless nights, a pre-school parent trying to fit in bonding time between work and bed, or a parent of school-aged children who spends the afternoons and evenings in the car on the way to practice, classes, and activities, ...

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The other day I was speaking with a group of kids about the apps they use and how they use them. Twitter came up as a favorite and this group (of really great kids) gave me the 411 on how they love to use it. I learned so much! It’s so important to keep up with not just what apps our kids are using, but how they use them—this tends to be ...

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If your home is carpeted, it is inevitable that your little one will have a puking accident at some point. Cleaning up baby vomit is no one’s favorite activity, but luckily Sears Clean has some helpful tips that will make the job easier and less dreadful for you! The next time your adorable baby has a not-so-adorable vomiting accident, consider ...

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When my son was born, we joked that he was a little lizard because his skin was rough and irritated from the beginning. Then there was the reflux, the eczema that was so harsh his skin would bleed, the hives all over his body after eating eggs. Allergies have been a part of his life forever. For my daughter, it's the sniffles, the coughing and ...

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It's that time of year again, when you are dreaming of fun family adventures, cozy memories in front of the fire, and playing in the snow. And for the most part, this is definitely the season of joy. But it's also very much the season of snot. A lot of snot. I don't think any single member of my six-person family has stopped sneezing or ...

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