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Celebrity Parenting Advice

Apr 27, 2015
By: Kids In The House
Kids In The House has gathered some of our best parenting tips from some of our favorite celebrities. Brooke Burke-Charvet , Jeff Probst , Geena Davis , Ali Landry , Sam Jaeger , Mark Steines , Tiffani Thiessen , Alysia Reiner , Ricki Lake , Elisabeth Rohm and Arianna Huffington all share their...
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The Crayon Collection

Mar 31, 2015
By: Kids In The House
brightcove.createExperiences(); The Crayon Collection was born to bridge a gap that was all too familiar in the United States. Each day news sources were announcing deeper budget cuts in public education resulting in fewer art programs and less supplies. This led to underpaid teachers forced to...
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RESILIENCE: Raising A Stronger Generation

Mar 11, 2015
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As parents, we hope to protect our children from the hardships of life. But unfortunately, our children will eventually experience the loss of a family member or friend or may feel the effects of a debilitating sickness. How do we prepare them for these experiences? How do we help them build the...
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EMPATHY: Stepping Into A Revolution

Feb 25, 2015
By: Kids In The House
Empathy is the ability to step into the shoes of another person, aiming to understand their feelings and perspectives, and to use that understanding to guide our actions. Roman Krznaric has started an EMPATHY REVOLUTION to help everyone understand each other better. Join us on Thursday, March 5th,...
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TWIN TALK: Multiple Answers For Your Multiples Questions

Jan 27, 2015
By: Kids In The House
Having one baby is hard, but having two babies seems even more overwhelming! Join us on February 3rd at 1:30pm PST for our TWIN TALK! We will be joined by psychologist Joan Friedman and blogger Gina Osher who are ready to share their wisdom on raising twins!
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The Dangers of Window Blinds

Dec 09, 2014
By: Linda Kaiser, Parents for Window Blind Safety
June 12th 2002 was a perfect summer night. I kissed my twins goodnight and laid them down to sleep in their room. My husband had taken our 5-year-old daughter for a walk in the wagon while I did some cleaning up. I could hear my little babies playing and laughing as they always did in their cribs...
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Seven Tips to Raise a Resilient Child

Aug 14, 2014
By: Kids in the House
Every experience a child has is meant to prepare them for life as an adult. Parents who want to raise resilient children must give them the tools to withstand the countless obstacles that come as they mature. With these seven tips, parents can ensure that they are raising a child that is flexible...
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Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Praise?

Aug 14, 2014
By: Kids in the House
Of course we should praise our children — and we should do it often, but is there such a thing as too much? Will we spoil our children or give them a distorted sense of reality if we fawn over them too frequently? Psychologist Pamela Varady says the simple answer is no. However, she explains, there...
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