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EverydayFamily.com is an established resource for parents who have experiences and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from pre-conception to preschool and beyond. EverydayFamily.com provides expert advice and informative articles to its millions of members, as well as continually expanding offerings including interactive tools, personalized content, and member rewards.

EverydayFamily.com is an established resource for parents who have experiences and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from pre-conception to preschool and beyond. EverydayFamily.com provides expert advice and informative articles to its millions of members, as well as continually expanding offerings including interactive tools, personalized content, and member rewards.

We've all heard stories of bullying in schools, with students being taunted and tormented at the hands of other students. But there is another level of bullying that while it may not be as well-known, can be even more dangerous - to the point of being immediately life threatening. We're talking about food allergy bullying.  ...

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What does love really look like? I find myself asking this question -- internally of course, because who in their right mind would be brave enough to ask that question out loud to anyone else? I mean what does that say about me and my relationships with my children and my family if I am pondering what love looks like and questioning whether ...

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The kitchen area is chock-full of dangerous appliances, electric outlets, and sharp utensils and corners that can hurt a baby’s delicate skin. Not to mention the countless hazards produced by cooking, including floor spills, dormant bacteria or harsh cleaning chemicals. ...

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To make sure that no mother will ever have to rush her toddler to the emergency room because of a toy, I put together a small guide to help you in choosing the best toddler toys. ...

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Not for one millisecond would I give up the life that I have with my family. BUT, for one millisecond, just for kicks, I will think about what it would be like if I wasn't a mother, just for a day... ...

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The news that someone they love has been diagnosed with a blood cancer. That means that in the year 2017, "An estimated combined total of 172,910 people in the US are expected to be diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma."  ...

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I have bought and returned Spanx or a similar version of them three times in the past year. This is mainly because I am cost conscious or frugal or, let’s call it like I see it, cheap. For the sake of full disclosure, I am also very soft in the middle. When exactly does all of this post baby weight leave again?

For the baby I had, ...

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One of our favorite charities, the Jessie Rees Foundation, has been selected as one of eight charities to compete in the DSW Shoe Lovers Care - Leave Your Mark voting contest. The charity with the most votes will receive $75,000! Winning $75,000 would allow the Jessie Rees Foundation to stuff and send 3,000 of Jessie’s JoyJars to kids fighting ...

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Check out the comments on almost any breastfeeding article or blog online and you're going to find at least one commenter talking about how they totally support breastfeeding - as long as the mama only does it in the privacy of her own home so as not to shock and pervert the world by a possible glimpse of nipple. But how many people really feel ...

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In the age of technology and social media, cyberbullying is a very prominent, serious problem. As a parent, it can leave you feeling helpless and frustrated. There are a number of steps that you can take, however, if you find your child has been bullied online. ...

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